Myths of Solvent Recovery – Part 2: It’s Time and Resource Intensive

Myths of Solvent Recovery – Part 2: It’s Time and Resource Intensive

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In our next post in our series addressing the misconceptions associated with solvent recovery, we discuss the notion that solvent recovery equipment and processes take too much time and too many resources to manage.

Myth #2: Solvent recovery equipment and processes take too much time and too many resources to maintain

Fact: While traditional onsite solvent recovery equipment often requires near full-time attention to operate, maintain and repair—there is a better way.

At CleanPlanet, we inherently understand that facilities are constantly looking to increase production, decrease costs and become more efficient. Dedicating staff to solvent recovery equipment doesn’t help anyone’s top or bottom line. The fact is, however, that solvent recovery doesn’t have to take much time or energy from your team.

Here is how we are busting this myth:

  • MythBuster: Full-time or partially dedicated resources to manage the solvent recovery process are a thing of the past. With CleanPlanet’s new patented technology, your team’s only job is transferring the spent chemical to the recycling equipment and hitting start—resulting in clean, virgin-quality product ready to use again and again.  There are no bags to change out, no waste to manage; it all happens automatically.
  • MythBuster: Ongoing maintenance of equipment is also a thing of the past. At CleanPlanet, we take care of the solvent recycling equipment as part of our standard program, ensuring that it runs  correctly and optimally month in and month out. We take this commitment a step further by monitoring the equipment’s operating parameters wirelessly enabling us to react proactively to any changes in performance.

We recognize that you have more productive uses of your time and resources than to manage a solvent recycling program.  But, this shouldn’t be a deterrent to recovering your spent solvent.  Let us help you.

Learn more about our approach to on-site recycling.

Come back soon for Part 3 of our MythBusters series where we’ll address another common myth associated with solvent recycling.

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