Gulf Coast Environmental Systems LLC (GCES) can provide a full range of field and site services in addition to the equipment upgrades, modifications, and replacement offered by the GCES Service Department.
Operations Support Services
Regulatory Basis Development
Understanding Air and Water Pollution permits is important to maintaining a compliant facility. GCES can provide site support analyzing operational practices in order to best comply with existing or future operating permits.
Debottlenecking & Capacity Evaluations
As part of the field support activities, GCES can make recommendations to improve the operational efficiency of the process equipment. Many Thermal Oxidizers, Scrubbers, or Ovens operate out-of-tune that can cost thousands of dollars in excess utility consumption and possible regulatory fines and penalties.
On-Site Operator and Engineering Staff Training
Many companies have staff members that move on to other positions. With a lot of that operating knowledge moving on, GCES can fill in the gaps by providing formalized training on-site to allow the safest and most efficient operation of process equipment.
Commissioning & Startup Assistance
Whether it is Burner adjustments or PLC programming, GCES has the capability to assist in equipment commissioning to ensure fully effective and safe operation.
GCES can provide process equipment safety reviews and Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) meetings to ensure considerations have been made in the design to address Cause & Effects of a wide range of conditions.
Environmental Compliance Support Services
Based on the throughput and effectiveness of the process equipment, GCES can provide an estimate of emissions from a particular facility or process line.
Permit Preparation Support
We can assist and provide the necessary information required to obtain Construction and Operating Permits for new environmental control equipment.
Through 3rd party partner companies, GCES can expedite and obtain permits from regulatory authorities.
GCES can provide testing services on new or existing equipment. Applicable EPA testing methods are followed.