Field Specialties Inc.

FSI Industrial Degassing Field Specialties, Inc. uses unique technology and procedures to manage high concentrations of vapors from storage tanks, vacuum trucks exhaust, pipelines, sumps, ships, marine barges, soil & groundwater flare reduction and co generation is part of our systems features. <p>We also provide major advancements to removing heavy sludge with little or no slurry while simultaneously providing VOC Vapor Destruction without the use of carbon. Patents & Patents Pending<p> ProGreen® Degassing Services: Industrial Degassing - Centrifuge Vapor Destruction - Vacuum Truck Vapor Abatement Scrubbing - Industrial Waste Vapor Processing<p> Our FSI crews consist of full-time personnel trained by WorkSafe and LPS to do their work safely and efficiently. FSI will do a professional job at a competitive price and keep your out-of-service time to a minimum.

Company details

7887 FM 2004 , Hitchcock , Texas 77563 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Air and Climate - Air Pollution Treatment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:

Mission Statement
To provide superior innovative environmental solutions to the oil and gas industry to meet the ever changing rules and regulations as they relate to soil, groundwater, and air remediation, and to do so more cost effectively and efficiently than current technology allows for, while recovering and producing renewable energy from normally waste products and reducing current carbon footprints as they exist from other vapor abatement technologies.

Our services include tank cleaning & degassing, vacuum truck vapor abatement, hybrid supervac services with vapor abatement. All FSI specialty services include vapor abatement in the process no carbon or scrubber media to deal with. Our focus is provide unique advances to removing heavy tank bottoms with little or no slurry while treating the vapors without generating any waste safely.

Patents and Patents Pending
RSI currently owns or licenses patents for its current use of its systems having to do with soil vapor recover and ground water remediation. We will continue business as usual with this product line. A provisional patent has been filed with the US Patent office on May 19, 2008 to maintain rights of patent-ability of new enhancements to this proven technology, however with or without a patent; RSI’s IP is not easily or readily reproduced.