Huntsman Chemical Safety Meeting

Joe Robinson, HSE Supervisor, attended the quarterly safety network meeting hosted by Huntsman Chemical, at the Huntsman Chemical O&O Facility in Port Neches, TX.  The meeting consisted of attendees from various contract companies and local chemical or refinery facilities from around the region (from Lake Charles, LA to Freeport, TX).
The meeting was designed to share safety program training, safety presentations, updates on any new finds, top trends that have been reported, as well as networking among attendees.

Showing in the picture from left to right is:
Dennis Malveaux – Safety Lead and STAT Co-Facilitator from the Huntsman Chemical O&O facility
Joe Robinson – Safety Supervisor Gulf Coast Region for Envent Corporation
David Mathewson – Global training Manager Huntsman Chemical


Regulatory compliance distinguishes top degassing performers – BIC Magazine April 2016

Envent has been featured on BIC (Business & Industry Connection) Magazine‘s April 2016 issue. Envent is aligned with BIC Alliance’s goal of connecting  people in business and industry with one another for the betterment of all. Check us out! You can also click the link to view this article on BIC’s website.

Regulatory Compliance Distinguishes Top Degassing Performers - BIC April 2016

ENVENT Corporation Presents Vapor Bladder System to Expand Fleet of Mobile Vapor Control & Degassing Equipment

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Envent Vapor Bladder System

ENVENT Corporation unveils another expansion to their mobile fleet of vapor control and degassing equipment servicing North American petrochemical clients with leading technology that meets rigorous environmental regulations.

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Cost Effective Tank Degassing – Know the Facts!

Every plant has a budget and every plant manager has to control cost. Cost and profit margin are what make the plant viable. In the tank maintenance industry, costs are looked at closely as they should be. When taking a tank out of service, the shortest duration that can do the job safely and in compliance is the path that must be chosen. The process begins with the tank be drained down until suction is lost.