Zeeco's new facility in Kentucky operational
Local manufacturer Zeeco announced this week that its Louisville, Kentucky, location is fully operational.
The facility will provide state and federally mandated air-emission testing and monitoring for vapor control equipment in the petroleum terminal market. Zeeco, headquartered on a 250-acre campus in Broken Arrow, is a global manufacturer of combustion and environmental equipment.
“Terminal operators today face ever-tightening environmental regulations and compliance for their emission monitoring equipment,” Jim Stamm, senior environmental engineer for Zeeco, said in a statement. “We are experienced in Relative Accuracy Test Auditing (RATA) for Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) and can provide specialized support when methane is part of the stream.”
Zeeco has 20 worldwide locations.
“In Louisville, we have a team of experienced engineers, each with decades of experience, positioned to serve the midstream, light products and bulk storage facility markets,” Darton Zink, president and CEO of Zeeco, said in a statement. “This strategically located office is part of our extensive vapor control service group, enabling us to quickly serve customers anywhere in the United States or Canada.”
Fire shoots from a multipoint ground flare at Zeeco headquarters in Broken Arrow in July. The company announced that it has opened a new facility in Louisville, Kentucky.