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econ at ADIPEC 2021

econ at ADIPEC 2021

In the Gulf Region, thousands of tons of oily wastes are produced every day. Due to stricter environmental laws, and increasingly complex waste streams, state-of-the-art technology is required. Specialized waste management systems cannot continue to rely on outdated equipment from the previous century, which not only increases costs owing to additional treatment requirements, but also harms the reputation of the stakeholders involved. Under this context, we are proud to present the VacuDry® Vacuum Distillation Technology approved BAT (Best Available Technology) for hazardous industrial waste and contaminated soil recycling.

Our experts, Reinhard Schmidt (Founder & CEO), Alejandro Castilla (Head of Sales) and Michaela Zeuss (Customer Relations), will welcome you at the German Pavilion during the ADIPEC Exhibition from the 15th until 18th of November 2021.

Seize the opportunity to schedule your appointment in advance or simply drop by to discuss your topics with us: Hall 8, Stand 8732!

You may also want to attend the technical conference during the show where Alejandro will be presenting: Circular Economy in the Oil and Gas Exploration and Production – Resource Recovery from Drill Cuttings and Other Oily Wastes

 

VacuDry® technology is flexible to deal with a wide range of hazardous wastes, like drill cuttings (OBM/SBM), NORM waste, metal sludges, contaminated soils, mercury waste and fluorinated or halogenated waste like POPs, ODSs, SGGs.
VacuDry® offers cutting-edge technology to maximise resource recovery instead of using outdated incineration and landfilling procedures.

Key advantages are:

  • Recycling resources instead of destroying them
  • Highest input material flexibility from liquid to solid
  • > 60 % reduced energy consumption
  • > 80 % reduced process emissions
  • Minimum manpower requirements
  • Fully automated processing
  • Maintenance optimised plant design
  • Zero operational accidents in more than 20 years

 

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