Linden wins wastewater treatment award
Mar 17, 2003 12:00 PM
Linden Bulk Transportation, Linden NJ, has received the 2003 Ecker Excellence in Industrial Wastewater Treatment Award. Ken States, Linden tank cleaning manager, will receive a certificate for the person largely responsible for the company’s receipt of the award, according to Linden information.
The New Jersey facility occupies over 20 acres, and has a full maintenance facility in addition to the tank cleaning and wastewater treatment operation. Over 20,000 tank trucks are cleaned annually. Linden Bulk Transportation, founded in 1982, provides bulk transportation for worldwide oil and chemical companies. The company is an ISO 9002 certified company, and also operates terminals in Philadelphia PA, Pasadena, TX, and St Gabriel LA.
The award criteria includes full compliance with applicable permit conditions, satisfactory compliance and safety records, training and operating efficiency, maintenance excellence, design, innovative technology, and waste minimization.
The award is earned by members of the New Jersey Waste Environment Association (NJWEA). The NJWEA is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing water environment. The association has a membership of 2,700 engineers, operators, scientists, students, and other professionals.