Meeting today’s regulatory requirements for water treatment and air pollution control can be a challenging and costly endeavor. Maintaining market competitiveness does not have to conflict with environmental stewardship. At Monroe, we understand your challenges for creating sustainable solutions for your plant’s air pollution control and water treatment operations. We have the experience and expertise to provide you cost-effective systems that never compromise on quality.
Monroe Can Help
Monroe Environmental has successfully engineered, fabricated, and installed countless air pollution control and water treatment systems for refineries, chemical, and petrochemical plants along the Gulf Coast and across the country.
Proof of results delivered:
Air Pollution Control
Water & Wastewater Treatment
Wastewater experience for refineries and petrochemical plants in the Texas gulf coast region
Refineries, Chemical, and Petrochemical plants use significant amounts of water in their processes. Water consumption can be reduced by optimizing and improving the efficiency of a plant’s water and wastewater treatment processes, as well as its wet scrubbing and water consuming applications for air pollution control.
Consider these findings from independent studies:
- Oil refineries use about 1 to 2.5 gallons of water for every gallon of product produced. United States, which refines nearly 800 million gallons of petroleum products per day, consumes about 1 to 2 billion gallons of water each day to produce fuel (USDOE, 2006).
- According to the United Nations, the energy sector is responsible for approximately 15 percent of global water withdrawals, making the reduction, reuse and mitigation of water a top priority.
API Separator to remove free oils and solids from plant runoff wastewater at an aviation lubricants plant in Louisiana. The system included an energy dissipating influent, solids collection and surface skimming conveyors, and was rated for 100 GPM.
API Separator for primary oil water separation of refinery wastewater for a deep-conversion facility in Louisiana. The unit was 150 ft. long and included a cover, explosion protection vents, and was built to API 421 standards.
API 421 standards, 140 ft. long API Separator rated for 900 GPM for primary oil water separation and solids removal from refinery wastewater.
Monroe Environmental provided a 660 GPM Lamella Plate Vertical Clarifier for the reduction of cobalt hydroxides from a process water stream at a petrochemical plant.