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ZOIL SERVICES LIMITED COMMISIONS USD3 MILLION ANAEROBICS THERMAL DESORPTION UNIT
ZOIL SERVICES LIMITED COMMISIONS USD3 MILLION ANAEROBICS THERMAL DESORPTION UNIT

Managing Ghana’ s Oil waste has been given a boost with the commissioning of a three million United States dollar Anaerobic Thermal Desorption Unit (ATDU) by Zoil Services Limited in the Western Region.


The waste treatment facility would help in contributing to the protection of the environment and life through the provision of industry tested waste management services to oil companies in the country.

 

The waste plant was capable of handling and treating up to eight tones of drilling waste per hour, and has the potential to utilize indirect heat and negative pressure to separate organic contaminants from oil waste.

The facility is the first of its kind in Ghana and could manage and treat waste from crude oil tankers, drill cuttings, oily sludge, filter cakes, engine and hydraulic oil, kitchen and galley grease and soil contaminated with poly-aromatic hydrocarbons.

At the Ceremony in Takoradi, Mr. Paul Evans Aidoo, Western Regional Minister said the indigenous nature of the Zoil, meant that with the right resources and the enabling environment, businesses could grow and compliment government’s effort at socio-economic advancement.



ZOIL SERVICES LIMITED COMMISIONS USD3 MILLION ANAEROBICS THERMAL DESORPTION UNIT

ZOIL SERVICES LIMITED COMMISIONS USD3 MILLION ANAEROBICS THERMAL DESORPTION UNIT

ZOIL SERVICES LIMITED COMMISIONS USD3 MILLION ANAEROBICS THERMAL DESORPTION UNIT

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