Glycol Recycling Facility Begins Operation in Gulfport, MS
LandGas Recovery LLC began operation of a glycol recovery plant in Gulfport MS on March 13, 2013. The facility has a capacity of 1,400,000 gallons per year.
Chicago, Illinois -- LandGas Recovery LLC proudly announces the start of operations at its glycol recycling and remanufacturing facility at 12440 Seaway Road, Building CLB in Gulfport, Mississippi 39503. The unit began operation on March 13, 2013 and it is presently processing 3,000 gallons of triethylene glycol per day. The plant has the capacity to remanufacture 1,400,000 gallons of various glycol compounds annually.
The LandGas Recovery plant was located and developed to concentrate on the used triethylene glycol market. However, the patented process can recycle/remanufacture all five major types of waste glycols.
LandGas Recovery has storage capacity and procedures to recycle, remanufacture and market triethelyne glycol, ethylene glycol and other glycol waste products that are made available. The facility was designed and constructed by Glycol Specialist, Inc. of Denver, Colorado. It utilizes a multi-stage process including vacuum distillation and a patented dilutive distillation unit developed by Glycol Specialists, Inc. The dilutive distillation process reduces distillation temperatures and protects the glycols from oxidative and thermal damage. The resulting products are glycols that are recycled/remanufactured to the original product’s specifications.
LandGas Recovery’s goal is to produce recycled glycol products of exceptional, marketable quality. That is why LGR is proud to be able to state that its glycol products are not just recycled, but “remanufactured”. With its process and procedures, LGR can ensure consistently clean, uniform quality recycled/remanufactured glycols. LGR’s superior level of purity standards for its recycled glycols allows for direct substitution of remanufactured glycols for virgin glycols.
In the present market, a large percentage of used glycol materials are destroyed and disposed as opposed to recycled. Recycling/remanufacturing waste glycols is an inventive approach to combat glycol supply shortages and increased production costs. LGR’s process and procedures open new avenues of supply in a challenged market to the benefit of the glycol user.
Generators of waste glycols can reduce waste and disposal liability while caring for the environment at no additional cost to them. The Principals of LandGas Recovery LLC take pride in their commitment to sound environmental practices. They have over 20 years of experience with recycling/remanufacturing all types of glycols including TEG and ethylene glycol.
Remanufacturing glycol saves natural resources. With the proper handling procedures used by LGR, glycols can be recycled and reused indefinitely, creating a sustainable source of these valuable commodities and consequently conserving resources.
LandGas Recovery is developing similar operations in Asheville, North Carolina and Kerrobert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Both of these plants should be in operation during the first half of 2013. Other operations are also in development.
If you are interested in working with LandGas Recovery LLC to responsibly handle your glycol waste products or if you simply want more information on our plans and operations, please contact us.
- Contact Information
- David S. O’Neill
- LandGas Recovery LLC
- (1) (773) 792-1310
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