We offer turnkey, integrated solutions to manage the complete life cycle of waste produced in offshore drilling, industrial downstream, upstream production, and marine dockside industries. Ecoserv offers traditional, robotic and automated cleaning to handle every job safely and efficiently.
Our waste collection services have been specifically designed and updated to process waste efficiently while ensuring the highest level of environmental safety. After receiving the waste from upstream oil and gas production facilities and testing it at Ecoserv’s transfer stations, it is consolidated into barges and transported to a processing and separation facility for disposal.
Ecoserv’s LADNR permitted transfer facilities are strategically located throughout the region, helping to accelerate projects. With leading technology, Ecoserv’s waste management team are experts in quickly collecting and managing Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM), Non-hazardous Oilfield Waste (NOW) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)-exempt waste streams.
Ecoserv’s Fannett Texas facility provides secure salt cavern disposal into bedded salt formations well below, and totally isolated from, all underground sources of drinking water.
Ecoserv is Texas’ first comprehensive, streamlined solution for E&P waste disposal. This includes the most environmentally friendly options for the decontamination and decommissioning industrial equipment and naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) disposal. Our highly trained staff deliver an unsurpassed quality of work for all customers due to their extensive knowledge of NORM regulations and wide-spread experience in support of compliant production and drilling operations.
Ecoserv’s barge capabilities offer both safe and cost-effective solutions for Non-hazardous waste transportation. We provide US Coast Guard certified double hull shale barges and closed top barges to ship E & P waste to our waterfront facilities in LA and TX. Ecoserv’s barge fleet is U.S. Coast Guard OPA 90 certified, ensuring the highest compliance standards in the industry.
Maximum capacities of 4,000 – 7,000 barrels per load make large volume shipments of exploration and production (E&P) waste quick, easy, and affordable.