Spent caustic treatment and reuse

July 1, 2023

Over the past 50 years, the oil industry has faced
increasing reputational challenges across a wide
range of stakeholders, including customers, employ
ees, suppliers, shareholders, the communities in which they
reside and serve, and the general public at large. With the
heightened focus on a greener environment, the oil indus
try’s gifts to the world of ample, reliable, and affordable
supply have come under question.
The processes and systems involved in oil production
and distribution are highly complex. As the pressure to act
builds, the technologies built around its provisions have
become more innovative and imperative. In an industry that
is not inherently sustainable, there is an impetus to change
and reimagine its processes, including its waste streams.

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