Acid Technology Center

We operate according to a Goal Zero culture, which is focused on continuous improvement towards an overarching goal of zero injuries, zero incidents and zero impact on the environment.

The challenge as we see it

Both sulfuric acid and hydrofluoric acid behave in very similar manners and have severe safety consequences if mishandled. Finding an experienced business partner who can support your need for critical information to keep your facility operating safely is imperative.

Our differentiated value

Our Acid Technology Center (ATC) not only troubleshoots and solves sulfur management problems, but is keenly focused on establishing and sharing best practice solutions across our organization and network of sulfuric acid facilities.

  • Product quality management
  • Capital coordination and execution
  • Product stewardship
  • Technical service
  • Site maintenance and reliability support

Our solutions within our acid technology center

Eighteen engineers — and nearly 30 personnel in total — support our customers, external stakeholders and our world-class operators. Our ATC Manufacturing Technology group includes chemists, metallurgists, process controls, instrumentation and electrical and reliability engineers.

  • Product safety, handling and stewardship guidance
  • Non-fuming and fuming acid safety seminars
  • Fuming acid spill mitigation school – desert training
  • Transportation equipment and logistics support
  • Customer onsite safety training
  • Emergency spill response drills and training
  • Safety and technical literature
  • Corrosion consultation for materials of construction
  • Best practices – procedures and equipment, such as storage tanks, handling equipment, PPE, hoses, pumps, fittings, instrumentation, etc.
  • Providing alternatives to improve reliability of facilities
  • Improving customer downstream quality concerns
  • Assistance during upsets to support return to normal operations

Veolia is uniquely positioned to service industry, government and commercial entities in improving performance, managing water, waste and energy.
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