REVIEWED P2 OPTIONS
for the Oil and Gas - Liquid Hydrocarbon Separation Process
Following are a set of P2 options you may wish to implement. No option is perfect for everyone, but sometimes options that have worked at one facility can work at yours. They might also serve as inspiration.
Reviewed Oil and Gas - Liquid Hydrocarbon Separation Options
Following are a list of options that have been reviewed by pollution prevention specialists.
These options have worked at other facilities and may work at yours.
Manage surplus chemicals
Control inventory by accurately estimating amounts required or purchasing smaller quantities only as needed.
Offer (or exchange) unused chemicals to other facilities in lieu of recycling, treatment, or disposal.
Use non-hazardous products.
Store and maintain chemicals properly to prevent spills or leaks. Use impervious primary and secondary containment.
The Zero Waste Network is a project of the University of Texas at Arlington's Enviornmental Training institute. The tools on this site are presented free of charge to help you find pollution prevention alternatives that work for your facility. They were originally developed throught the support of grant funding from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and contributions from several state, private and non-governmental entities. If you need assistance implementing these options contact us, or enroll in one of our upcoming classes .