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Hunting Oilservices Inc.

Year Submitted: 2005

Process: Stormwater

Industry: Industrial Equipment Manufacturer

Wastes Reduced: Coolant water

Location: Houston TX

No. of employees: 100

Contact: Eddie Johnson

Phone: (281) 821-5577


Hunting Oilfield Services is a manufacturer of oil field equipment. It receives pipes of different sizes and composition from the customers. The pipes are cut, washed, and cleaned in a phosphoric acid bath, and are furnished with threads. A large volume of water is used to cool the blades of the pipe cutting machinery. Since the Site Assistant Visit (SAV), Hunting has been using a section of its roof to collect rain water which is used as a coolant medium.

Environmental Benefits:

An annual 150,000 gallons of drinking water is saved by Hunting.

Details of Reductions

Additional Information :

Although the cost savings are less than $500.00, by conserving 150,000 gallons of water, the company contributes significantly in preservation of water resources.

Source: TCEQ

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