Tecam has announced its new environmental technology project for emissions treatment in Chile. Under the terms of the agreement, Tecam will supply a hydrocarbon tank storage company in Chile with the engineering, procurement, installation and maintenance service of a regenerative thermal oxidiser (RTO) system for the elimination of the gas venting emissions generated at the tank farm.
As a result of the implementation of this turnkey project, the tank storage company will be able to eliminate 99.9% of its polluting emissions by using an environmentally-friendly exhaust gas cleaning system. Tecam has proposed a custom-made RTO as the most optimal solution after analysing the customer’s technical requirements, and taking into account the air flow to treat, and the nature and characteristics of the emitted vapours during gas venting.
“We are happy to announce this new project in Latin America for another key player in the hydrocarbon tank storage sector,” said Bernat Sala, CEO of Tecam. “We are glad to deliver cost-effective cleantech solutions to our customers, and thus help them adapt to the strictest and most demanding environmental legislation requirements and reduce their carbon footprint”.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/10122020/tecam-announces-new-emissions-treatment-project-in-chile/
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