Why Recycle?

Natural Gas Processing Company Contaminated Gycol Options

When it comes to contaminated glycol, natural gas processing companies have two options.

  1. Purchase new glycol.
  2. Recycle their existing glycol.

Purchasing New Glycol

In today’s market purchasing new glycol is very costly. Additionally, disposal cost and transportation of the contaminated glycol can add up quickly.

Probably the most significant expense to gas producers is the amount of money lost due to downtime and loss of production when replacing contaminated glycol with new glycol.

These costs do not include the massive amount of money spent cleaning the system with steam cleaners or chemical agents so that the new glycol doesn’t become re-contaminated.

Recycling Existing Glycol

By recycling the existing glycol in the system, the cost savings can be immediately identified. Waste disposal is greatly reduced to only a few drums and there is absolutely NO DOWNTIME. Learn more about our recycling process.

Additional Recycling Benefits

  • Gas flow is uninterrupted.
  • Reduces new TEG purchases.
  • Reduces waste by 97%
  • Increases dehydration equipment life expectancy
  • Reduces BTEX and VOC emissions 
  • Helps lower Dew points
  • No shutdown!