Clark Environmental Receives Permit for Biofuel Soil Treatment
Clark Environmental, Inc. Becomes First Florida Facility for Treatment of Liquid Biofuel Contaminated Soils
Mulberry, Florida (I-Newswire) September 10, 2012 - Clark Environmental, Inc. announced today it has received the first Florida Department of Environmental Protection permit to Thermally Treat Liquid Biofuel Contaminated Soils. This permit enables Clark Environmental to remediate soils contaminated with liquid biofuels, such as ethanol, methanol, biodiesel, green diesel and vegetable oils.
Clark Environmental currently has the largest and most technologically advanced High Temperature Thermal Treatment Facility for recycling petroleum contaminated soils and sludges in the South Eastern United States. This additional treatment capability will provide Clark Environmental the opportunity to better serve energy, infrastructure, commercial and industrial customers throughout the state of Florida and Georgia. The facility is also permitted to thermally treat coal tar pitch and creosote contaminated materials.
Jim Clark, Vice President states, “With the increasing focus on sustainability and biofuel production, Clark Environmental’s newest capability provides a remediation solution for soils contaminated with liquid biofuels. Our thermal treatment facility cleans and recycles contaminated soils while eliminating our customer’s future liability. This is a true sustainable remediation method as opposed to landfilling.”
To learn more about Clark Environmental visit them at http://www.clarkenvironmental.com/ or call 800.276.2187.
Clark Environmental’s Thermal Treatment Facility can Thermally Treat petroleum contaminated soils as well as “difficult material” such as oil/water separator sludge, tank bottom sludge, bunker contaminated soil, coal tar pitch and creosote contaminated soils, and much more. Clark Environmental is the only Thermal Treatment Facility in the Southeastern United States that is permitted to Thermally Treat soils contaminated with Biofuels. This includes soils contaminated with ethanol, methanol, biodiesel, green diesel and vegetable oils.
About Clark Environmental, Inc.
Clark Environmental has been Cleaning the Earth for over 21 years. We transport, treat, and dispose More..of non-hazardous and hazardous contaminated soil, sludge, and liquid wastes, in both drum and bulk quantities.
Clark Environmental is focused on improving environmental sustainability. We are committed to providing high quality customer service and innovative solutions at a low competitive price.
Clark Environmental owns and operates two FDEP and CERCLA approved facilities: Thermal Treatment and Waste Solidification, while providing Haz Waste Disposal and Transportation Services.Less..
Clark Environmental, Inc.
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Published On:September 10, 2012
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