Minneapolis, July 29 – Environmental and rail services provider, EnviroServe, has joined the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association (MN Biofuels) as a vendor member.
“We are pleased to welcome EnviroServe to our growing roster of vendor members. EnviroServe serves the ethanol industry with 24-hour emergency response and complete plant turnaround or shut down services,” said Tim Rudnicki, executive director of MN Biofuels.
EnviroServe’s emergency and plant shut down services include high-pressure water blasting, hydroblasting, line jetting, flex lancing, boiler steam cleaning, wet and dry vacuum work (including removal of silos), mobile railcar services and 24/7 emergency response for spills and disasters.
Established in 1990, the company’s other areas of expertise include specialized waste transportation and disposal of hazardous, non-hazardous, universal and recyclable wastes and materials.
Tom Binsfeld, Minneapolis Operations Manager for EnviroServe said the company works with industrial consultants, hygienists and compliance personnel to develop the most effective solutions for its customers.
“With our new Minneapolis office now in service, it’s important for EnviroServe to participate in the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association so we can better understand the challenges and opportunities within the renewable fuels industry in Minnesota, especially as they are related to emergency response and waste management.
“This will enable us to be the best possible environmental partner for owners and operators of ethanol plants and other biofuel facilities in the state and region for spill and disaster response, scheduled transportation and disposal of waste, and turnaround projects,” he said.
Other services the company provides includes remediation and construction, which includes excavation, demolition, construction and equipment removal or replacement.
As for its mobile railcar services, EnviroServe provides AAR-approved mobile railcar services including repair, transload, cleaning and flaring to minimize downtime and prevent unnecessary freight costs, switching fees and backlogged fixed repair facilities.
Learn more about EnviroServe here.