post date: 7/18/2022
If your company uses air compressors, condensate management is critical for several reasons. Contaminants like oxides, water, and small particles build up and can cause serious internal damage and premature wear. They can create clogging and rust. It is also essential that this contaminated condensate is disposed of properly. This is not just important for the environment, but it keeps your organization within EPA guidelines.
post date: 7/12/2022
Most people would count themselves as those who participate in recycling in their everyday lives, reusing either soda cans or plastic water bottles rather than dumping them in the trash. Do your part for the environment at work as well with the Clean Resources Recycle Program for spent oil-water separators and reduce waste.
post date: 7/5/2022
The 4th of July weekend evokes pride for many Americans across our great country as we celebrate our freedom and independence as a nation.
post date: 6/29/2022
There is so much to look forward to in the summer months of the year: spending time outside, plenty of sunshine, warm temperatures, and… increased algae growth?
post date: 7/9/2020
One of the features our clients appreciate is the low maintenance these units require. Not only are they easy to install, but once installed, they simply perform their job,
post date: 7/6/2020
Are you making resolutions for your company for 2020 and beyond? If your organization uses air compressors to help accomplish your work, you should resolve to make your compressor room EPA compliant.
post date: 7/3/2020
The Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972, The Clean Water Act of 1977, and the Water Quality Control Act of 1987 all give the EPA authority to regulate pollutants, including oils, across the country.
post date: 7/1/2020
When potential customers read about our units, there is a tendency for them to view this innovative technology as new development.