1. directly into transformers from our road tankers,
2. in bulk, from our dedicated regenerated oil road tankers, into storage vessels,
3. in new drums that we hold in stock, and
4. into customer supplied drums, intermediate bulk containers (IBC) or other suitable containers.
Enviroil has successfully completed all the processes and applications required, in terms of South African environmental legislation, to enable PCB decontamination and regeneration on Enviroil’s Wadeville site Erf number 788 in Wadeville.
The Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development issued Environmental Authorization, number Gaut. 002/10-11/0075 on 20 August 2014.
The City of Ekurhuleni Air Quality Officer issued a Provisional Atmospheric Emission Licence, number 14/1/1/7/2/164/EnviroilCC/Alb on 28 November 2014.
The Department of Environmental Affairs issued the Waste Management Licence, number 12/9/11/L515/3 on 12 June 2015.
The South African standard SANS 555 limit for PCB is currently 20 parts per million (ppm).
All our regenerated mineral insulating oil (regenerated transformer oil) is processed, treated, analysed and certified (SANS 555 and / or customer specific specifications).
Enviroil has 4 road tankers with 4 compartments totalling 82 cubic meters capacity dedicated to regenerated transformer oil handling and transport. Road tankers used are owned and operated by Enviroil and dedicated to carrying regenerated transformer oil only. We supply uninhibited and inhibited product. Road tanker usage is fully traceable / auditable.
We stock various drum sizes, from 10 to 210 litres and will fill any drum size required. We also fill and label customer supplied drums as per their requirement.
All our transformer oil is supplied with a certificate of analysis.