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Westlake Longview Corporation

Year Submitted: 2010

Process: Process Modification

Industry: Polyethylene Manufacturing

Wastes Reduced: Ethylene

Location: Longview TX

No. of employees: 155

Contact: Carolyn Bogany

Phone: 903-242-7862



Description:

As a result of this project, the plant was able to reduce upset conditions which reduced the amount of gas emissions venting to the flare from the compressor and the reactor. The project was primarily driven by economics.

P2 Application:

Dual strainers were installed on the suction line to the recycled gas compressor. This project eliminated the need to shut down the compressor which vented gases to the flare prior to this project.

  • Total Cost Savings: $110,000.00

Details of Reductions

  • 65.0 - Tons/year of   Ethylene

Additional Information :

Westlake Longview Corporation Longview, Texas

Source: Westlake Longview



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