Oil skimming can have an immediate and sustained impact on your business. In fact, a Brill® tube-type oil
skimmer can pay for itself within a few months
through process efficiency gains, new revenue streams, and reduced equipment and labor costs.
Railroads are among the
world’s most environmentally conscious companies. In an industry that re-fuels hundreds of locomotives every
day and can use up to 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel for just one re-fuel, railroad yards must both prevent
and properly manage spills when they occur. When it comes to storm water and wastewater treatment, fuel
spills and oil leaks can pose significant challenges.
Spilled fuel or leaked oil at a railroad yard typically ends up in a collection...
When some think about oil on water, they think only of oil
spills in open water. “But mixing oil and water is quite common in the manufacturing world,” Jim Petrucci
says. “People who use water to any degree in manufacturing are going to get oil in it, whether it’s on
purpose or by accident,” he explains.
water is a byproduct of oil and natural gas extraction. Typically, the salt water contains residual
oil. For companies involved in the disposal of salt water, removing the residual oil from the water offers
potentially significant economic benefit.
One salt water disposal facility successfully used a Model 6V Brill® oil skimmer with the
free floating collector tube, from Oil Skimmers, Inc. to remove oil from its disposal pit. The Model 6V
performed flawlessly and...