Category Archives: Solvent Recovery

Which of the following is not considered a hazardous waste?

5 Step Guide to Determining if your Solid Waste Becomes a Hazardous Waste Under The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), which governs the proper management of hazardous waste and non-hazardous solid waste under the EPA, a solvent must first be classified as a solid waste before it can be considered a “hazardous waste.” Under RCRA, the…
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Hurricane Harvey Aftermath: Why Solvent Recycling is Mission Critical

Hurricane Harvey wiped away 40% of the nation's supply of ethylene, arguably the world's most important petrochemical. Solvent recycling is needed now more than ever. A once-in-a-1,000-year flood across the Gulf of Mexico is proving to have ramifications on the entire world. Before Hurricane Harvey began its destructive path through Texas and Louisiana, ethylene, a…
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Common FAQs of the Solvent Recovery Process

There is a lot to digest when it comes to the solvent recovery or recycling process. What type of solvent recycler should I choose? What overhead costs in addition to the still should I be concerned about? How much time will I need to devote to an operations team? We'll seek to answer the most common…
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How Do I Choose a Solvent Recovery System?

What is a solvent recovery system? Hazardous waste disposal is not just expensive, it's dangerous. Instead of simply disposing of your solvent waste, you can reduce your need for raw materials using an IoT-enabled solvent recovery system. Solvent recovery systems can reduce the demand for raw materials by recovering solvent waste that can then be reused…
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