- New vapor return system and Thermal Oxidizer
- Retrofit and addition of existing plant infrastructure
- Tight timeline to meet Environmental Compliance date
- Commissioning Support was provided to ensure Thermal Oxidizer was successfully FAT tested
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The primary goal of this thermal oxidizer construction in Texas was to install VOC capture and destruction equipment (thermal oxidizer) to substantially reduce VOC emissions to the atmosphere. This project included modification of a tank farm, truck rack, warehouse, and rail spurs in addition to the installation of a thermal oxidizer, bladder tanks, and all associated equipment, piping, and instrumentation.
The client needed our expertise to retrofit their storage tank farm to add a VOC capture and thermal oxidation system in order to meet a consent decree. The schedules for multiple client-procured major equipment items were critical path elements for construction.
Existing tanks and structures surrounding the tanks made the installation challenging. To ensure the timeline was met, design modifications and consultations with the designer of record and H+M’s engineering resources were required. Major equipment delivery timelines were tied to construction and therefore needed to be managed carefully.
The outcomes of the Texas thermal oxidizer construction project included the following: