Wastewater Treatment

Our recovery and treatment system biologically cleans wastewater so it can be returned to local waterways. We even find new purpose and value for troublesome extracted oils and fuels—and it doesn’t involve the liquid landfill.

Service Details

We utilize state-of-the-art technologies to provide efficient and effective wastewater management solutions. Our stainless steel solids handling unit (SHU) can separate solids from wastewater generated from sumps, below-ground pits, or manufacturing processes. Separation and recovery of valuable oils and fuels helps us conserve precious resources.

Fuels recovered from Petroleum Contact Water
-Unleaded Gasoline and/or Diesel
-Petroleum Condensate
-Crude Oil
-Petroleum Product and Coproducts
-Used Oil
-Unused Non-Chlorinated Solvents
-Unused Petroleum Solvents

Marine Terminal services provided
-Annex I & II Slops
-Cargo Washings
-Off-Spec Cargos
-Engine Sludge and Bilge Water
-Barge to Shore Transfers
-52-Space Barge Fleeting
-Fuel and Lube Sales
-Barge Stripping

Why CIRCON Sustainability is a Better Way

In 2020, CIRCON treated and discharged 158 million gallons of water back into the ecosystem. Alternative methods of disposal and waste management include sending challenging materials to a landfill for solidification or utilizing deep well injection—both of which create lifetime liability for businesses. In contrast, at the end of a CIRCON project, the job can truly be considered complete and final, and the client receives a detailed report quantifying sustainability benefits so they know exactly how their better choice has helped to create better results for the industry.

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158 million gallons of water back into the ecosystem

Where we work

Bay Park, Pasadena, Texas
Located within five miles of the Houston Ship Channel, our RCRA Part B-permitted
Bay Park facility offers centralized waste treatment (CWT), hazardous and non-
hazardous wastewater processing, and container storage, all managed by a team of
industry vets.

Bayport, Pasadena, Texas
Located in the Bayport Industrial Complex, this fully permitted CWT facility is one of the leading liquid management sites in the country. We handle both non-hazardous and hazardous wastewaters as well as recyclable liquids and boast more than 775,000 gallons of storage in a concrete containment system, which eliminates the risk of ground contamination.

Marine Terminal, La Porte, Texas
Our eight-acre marine terminal is located in the Houston Ship Channel and offers 85,000 barrels of storage capacity and easy access to our marine vessel recycling services, which include annex I & II slops, cargo washings, off-spec cargos, and barge-to-shore transfers.

Greenwood Facility, Dolton, Illinois
At this treatment facility, we process and recover oil from emulsions and non-hazardous wastewaters. Thanks to our advanced treatment technology, we can accept and process difficult materials at this location.

Hodgkins, Illinois
This RCRA Part B-permitted centralized waste treatment facility is located just 15 minutes outside of Chicago and is home to a fleet of vacuum and tanker trailers.

Gary, Indiana
At this treatment facility, we process and recover oil from emulsions and non-hazardous wastewaters. Thanks to our advanced treatment technology, we can accept and process difficult materials at this location.

Kenosha, Wisconsin
At this treatment facility, we process and recover oil from emulsions and non-At this treatment facility, we process and recover oil from emulsions and non-hazardous wastewaters. Thanks to our advanced treatment technology, we can accept and process difficult materials at this location.

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