Texas Aircraft Milling, Inc.
The company was using a maskant product as part of its manufactuing operations that contained a high amount of VOC (toluene). No control was in place. The company evaluated various control options and maskant formulations including aqueous based products. Ultimately, the most beneficial solution was to convert to a maskant containing an exempted solvent. VOC emissions were reduced over fifty percent.
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VOC emissions have been reduced over 50%. The company has moved into compliance with the Texas Clean Air Act and satisfied requirements imposed by NOV. The company expects to reduce its regulatory reporting requirements on both State and Federal levels.
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The company has saved money by reducing its environmental liability and regulatory requirements.
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