Integrated Environmental Services, Inc. (IES)

Integrated Environmental Services, Inc. (IES)

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Our experience and leadership, excellent client relationships and outstanding reputation are our strengths. All of this and more has placed us as one of the most respected environmental firms in the world.

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Technologies for the on-site remediation of high hazard waste.

Technologies for the on-site remediation of high hazard waste.

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IES is an inventor and innovator of the most advanced equipment used in the environmental remediation community. We hold 30 patents related to remediation, reclamation, and processing of high hazard materials.

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Compressed Gas Cylinders

Compressed Gas Cylinders

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Handling waste compressed gas cylinders poses unique hazards and challenges associated with the chemical composition of each gas, the energy of compression, and the capability of a gas to move and flow freely when not contained.

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Process Safety Management

Process Safety Management

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"In response to the Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (HHC) standard IES has developed programs designed to prevent or minimize the consequences of catastrophic releases of HHCs.

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Wet Scrubbers

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Wet Scrubber

IES manufactures and uses two primary types of wet gas scrubbers. Each unit is designed and constructed for on-site treatment of hazardous gases.

The largest wet scrubber (top right) produces an inlet flow rate in excess of 600 cfm. A single centrifugal pump re-circulates neutralization reagent through both a venturi column and a counterflow packed bed. Inlet gases are entrained in the venturi and travel upward against the reagent flow through a packed bed. A flexible 4-inch hose is used to “vacuum” target gases into the scrubber and allows operators to easily capture leaks or gas emissions from multiple points.

IES also uses a high-vacuum scrubber (bottom right) designed to facilitate cylinder decontamination. This unit effectively removes residual gas

from processed cylinders. A high vacuum is created at a venturi suction inlet by pumping reagent through an ejector. After connection to acylinder, the rapid flow of reagent through the venturi establishes a high vacuum. This action removes even minute quantities of residual gas from the cylinder. As the gas contacts the extremely turbulent reagent stream, it is neutralized instantly.

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