Zeeco's new fa­cil­ity in Ken­tucky op­er­a­tional

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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.”

IAN MAULE/ Tulsa World file

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.

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