Thermaldyne to Exhibit at TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair and Conference
Company will showcase its innovative reclamation technology that benefits oil refineries throughout the Gulf Region
BATON ROUGE, La., May 14, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Thermaldyne, an environmental solutions company benefiting oil refineries, today announces it will exhibit at the TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair and Conference at the Austin Convention Center on May 14 and 15, 2019. Thermaldyne utilizes innovative technology to reclaim oil bearing materials in a clean, proven and accepted process that separates oil bearing material into treated water, reclaimable assets and solids.
“We’ve spent years perfecting this reclamation process and are excited to introduce it at the TCEQ Conference,” states Randall Tolbert, CEO of Thermaldyne. “Our process is safer for the environment and more efficient and effective for oil refineries. We look forward to showcasing our sustainable solution and how it will benefit the industry.”
Increased liability associated with landfilling, and the growing number of federal and state regulations, have forced oil companies to look for better, alternative solutions for managing their oil-bearing materials, and there are few options available. Thermaldyne utilizes a dewatering and indirect thermal desorption process which provides a clean, proven and accepted process for treating refinery materials.
The TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair and Conference will take place on May 14 and 15, 2019, at the Austin Convention Center. Attendees can visit Thermaldyne at Booth 1525.
To learn more about Thermaldyne, visit www.thermaldyne.com.
Thermaldyne’s leadership team comprises professionals with decades of experience in the environmental management and oil and gas industries. Currently, the company is actively breaking ground on plants in the Southeast with additional sites planned nationwide. Thermaldyne, an environmental solutions company, uses innovative technologies to reclaim oil bearing materials in a clean and efficient manner that saves a company time, money and resources. The company’s reclamation plant design separates oil bearing materials into treated water, reclaimable assets and solids. It benefits oil refineries nationwide.