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Preco Turbine Services

Year Submitted: 2003

Process: Painting/Coating

Industry: Metal Fabrication

Wastes Reduced: Solvent

Substance: Bio Remediation Washer Product

Equipment: Solvent Dispensing

Location: Houston TX

No. of employees: 97

Contact: Brett Mikeska

Phone: 281-821-9620



Description:

Switched to a bio remediation parts washer for degreasing and parts cleaning.

P2 Application:

Used a product called . "Devour" Bioremedial Cleaner

Environmental Benefits:

Reduced Hazardous waste generation. Expect to go from Small Quantity Generator to CESQG.

Details of Reductions

Additional Information :

We were paying $840/month to rent a unit and dispose of solvents. These costs have been eliminated saving about $10,000/year Payback was almost immediate. Also expect regulatory savings.

Source: TCEQ



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