#1 Cost Effective Compliance Strategy for Compressor Condensate Management

The #1 Cost Effective Compliance Strategy for Compressor Condensate Management If your company produces compressor condensate, you may be aware of some of the challenges associated with managing the fluid. Managing condenser condensate improperly can be costly. The EPA has the authority to levy significant fines on companies who are not complying with the Clean […]

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The 3 E’s of Compressor Condensate Management

  Managing compressor condensate doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Certainly proper management of compressor condensate is critical, particularly in protecting air tools, gauges and other pressured systems. It is also critical in avoiding expensive fines from the EPA. But it can be done affordably and simply if you remember Clean Resources’ 3 E’s […]

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How and Why We Stand Behind Our Oil Water Separators

When we started Clean Resources in 1997, we did it with a specific mission in mind. We wanted to provide trouble free oil water separator products for those in the compressed air and environmental markets. Our CRP and CRP/IDC Paks are our latest products to help us achieve that goal. The EPA has a minimal […]

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EPA Compliant Oil Water Separators with Minimal Maintenance

Over the past 40 years the Environmental Protection Agency has been given increasing power of monitoring and enforcing rules regarding the environment and our ground water supply. This power is sizeable and far reaching. Companies who fail to be in EPA compliance can face large fines and perhaps even be subject to the cost of […]

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Installation of Oil Water Separator Units and Disposal of Used Paks

So far, over 10,000 compressor rooms are maintaining EPA compliance using Clean Resources CRP Oil Water separators. These innovative products have become so popular in part, because they are simple to install and dispose of their spent units. Our oil water separators are guaranteed to be EPA compliant for the separation of compressor condensate and […]

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Are Clean Resources Oil Water Separators Hazardous to Workers?

They are absolutely NOT hazardous. In fact, because of the engineering and technology used in our oil water separators, they are actually less prone to pose a hazard to workers than other forms of oil water separators on the market. Let’s take a closer look. No Hazardous Materials Our CRP Paks use no hazardous ingredients. […]

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Will Your Oil Water Separator Work with the Lubricant in my Compressor?

One of the frequently asked questions we get at Clean Resources is “Will your oil water separator work with the oil in my type of compressor?” The simple answer is yes. Our CRP Paks are designed to be an affordable solution for compressor condensate no matter what lubricant is used. Prior to the 1980’s, most […]

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Compressor Condensate: An Interview with Enterprises TV

Word continues to spread about Clean Resources CRP Paks, our engineered molecular filtration solutions for oil water separation problems. Compressor condensate in general, and Clean Resources in particular, were recently the subject of an Enterprises TV segment, hosted by Terry Bradshaw. Enterprises TV takes a closer look at some great small, medium and global companies with a […]

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Are Clean Resources Oil Water Separators Proven in the Field?

When potential customers read about our CRP units there is a tendency for them to view this innovative technology as a new development. They frequently ask us if our Clean Resources oil water separators are proven in the field. They may find it hard to believe that while the EPA has set a 40 parts […]

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How Do Clean Resources Oil Water Separators Work?

  In this ‘A Closer Look’ series of blogs, we are expanding on some of the short answers in our FAQs by providing more detailed information. Here we are going more in-depth on who needs an oil water separator, how most oil water separators work, and how the units from Clean Resources work. You should […]

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