A highlight of Monday's session was a roundtable discussion on improving relationships between carriers and tank cleaning facilities. From left are Greg Winters of PSC Environmental Services, Peter Nativo of Transport Service, Ed Matlage of Miller Transporters, Travis O'Banion of Trimac Transportation, and Charlie Stock of Tank Trailer Cleaning.
Members of the National Tank Truck Carriers Tank Cleaning Environmental Council visit exhibitors at the council's annual meeting March 30-31 at the Marriott Riverfront Hotel in Savannah GA.
Among those attending the NTTC meeting are are (from left) Greg Winters of PSC Environmental Services, Bruce Smart of Smart Welding and Fabrication, Ken Shafer of Superior Bulk Logistics, and Charlie Stock of Tank Trailer Cleaning.
Frank Reed of Benesch Friedlander, Coplan and Aronoff was a speaker at the tank cleaning meeting, focusing on environmental legal considerations.
Paul Winniczuk (left) who has completed a tank wash study at the University of Florida, and John Henderson, pilot plant manager, University of Florida Citrus Research and Education Center, demonstrate foodgrade cleaning as part of a presentation of Winniczuk's study of the process that occurs inside the tank. Equipment in the demonstration at the National Tank Truck Carriers Tank Cleaning and Environmental Council seminar was supplied by Ecolab USA Inc, Gamajet Tank Cleaning Systems Inc, Lechler Inc, and Butterworth Inc.