hazardous waste treatment system News

  • OZONATOR Optimistic Forecast for 2016

    2015 was an exciting year for OZONATOR and we believe one of the main highlights was the COP 21 agreement in Paris. This consensus places the “environment” front and centre as a priority for almost the entire population of our fragile planet. We are no longer simply paying lip service to the urgent need for reform in how we are living and utilizing resources and the significant ...

  • Ceilcote Air Pollution Control announces major hazardous waste treatment project award

    Ceilcote Air Pollution Control, a global leader in the design and manufacture of systems for industrial waste treatment and air pollution control, received a 7.2 million dollar contract for the design and supply of a complete process system for destruction of gaseous and liquid silicone chemical waste streams.  The system will consist of a down-flow incinerator followed by exhaust treatment to ...

  • DOE Issues Final Request for Proposal for Oak Ridge Transuranic Waste Processing Center Services

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a Final Request for Proposal (RFP), for support services at the Oak Ridge Transuranic Waste Processing Center (TWPC) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The total estimated value of the contract is $100 Million - $300 Million. The period of performance will be 5-years, with a three-year base period and one, two-year option period. A Draft RFP was released ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Biowaste Treatment System Goes Global

    Suncombe announced this week the global release of the EDS+™ BioWaste Treatment System for biologically hazardous waste decontamination and growth media sterilisation. The systems, certified to ASME and ISO/EN standards, are now suitable for local standardisation and offer dual controls in the local language and English. Following 5 years of successful internal and external testing ...


    By Suncombe Ltd

  • Fort Lewis Agrees to Pretreat Hazardous Wastes

    OLYMPIA, Washington (ENS) - The Washington Department of Ecology and Fort Lewis have agreed to eliminate potential discharges of hazardous wastes to the Fort's wastewater treatment plant. The memorandum of understanding signed Tuesday outlines the steps and timeline Fort Lewis will follow to develop and implement a pretreatment program for any industrial wastes generated by the Fort and other ...

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