FSE is a permitted landfill service by the Environmental Protection agency of Pakistan (EPA) and a market leader on waste management practices by reducing its environmental impact.
We are committed to the environment and inspect all loads and sort out any materials that can be recycled and do not accept material that is not in compliance with the EPA standards. We are more focused on oil & gas sector as we understand the needs.
FSE yard is a permitted yard trash and land clearing disposal and recycling facility.
A leader in the tank cleaning industry FSE is recognized for its outstanding performance, safety record and over 21 years of experience cleaning, repairing and maintaining a huge variety of storage vessels. This wealth of experience has earned FSE the reputation of being The Tank Cleaning Professionals, serving customers throughout Pakistan.
Our services have provided solutions across a broad spectrum of industries, with Oil & Gas (onshore and offshore) and Petrochemical facilities a specialty. Typical applications include Super Tanker Tanks, Pressure Vessels, Cargo Tanks, Hydrocarbon Tanks, Ballast tanks, Mercury Contaminated Tanks/Turbines and Silos. Whatever the shape or size of tank and regardless of the contents our professionally trained staff assess each job on an individual basis and provide a tailored solution which guarantees you a clean, gas free tank.
Our vacuum transfer systems and pumping solutions can be engineered and configured to meet the scope of work and specific gravity of material requiring removal thus ensuring optimum performance is achieved. Our highly trained workforce specializes in all aspects of confined space entry and rescue.
Equipped with an extensive range of breathing apparatus and gas monitoring detection equipment along with water-tight procedures and safe systems of work, we ensure that our clients’ confined space
working requirements are safely and efficiently carried out. When a FSE crew arrives on site you can be assured we will be equipped to handle all eventualities.
We recognize the commercial pressure placed on vessel and facility owners and the need for faster, safer and more effective cleaning. That is why we constantly strive to improve and perfect our techniques and processes. Over the years FSE has developed a range of technologies and methods to clean tanks and vessels to ensure down time is kept to a minimum. And of course, our teams work around the clock 24/7 to get the job done.
The solids that result from wastewater treatment may contain concentrated levels of contaminants that were originally contained in the wastewater. A great deal of concern must be directed to the proper disposal of these solids to protect environmental considerations.
Failure to do this may result in a mere shifting of the original pollutants in the waste stream to the final disposal site where they may again become free to contaminate the environment.
A more reasonable approach to ultimate solids disposal is to view the sludge as a resource that can be recycled or reused.
All the sewage sludge produced at a treatment plant must be disposed of ultimately. Treatment processes such as have been described may reduce its volume or so change its character as to facilitate its disposal, but still leave a residue which in most cases must be removed from the plant site. There are two broad methods for the disposal of sludge.
1. Disposal in Water
This is an economical but not common method because it is contingent on the availability of bodies of water adequate to permit it. At some seacoast cities, sludge either raw or digested is pumped to barges and carried to sea to be dumped in deep water far enough off shore to provide huge dilution factors and prevent any ill effects along shore.
In the past few years there has been an increased problem of pollution loads, well above safe standards, affecting the south-shore beaches on Long Island, facilitating the closing of the beaches to the public. Some of these pollutional loads have been attributed to sludge deposits coming to shore form off-shore sludge barging operations.
Where barged to sea, the value of some treatment such as thickening or digestion, depends on the relative cost of the treatment and savings in cost by barging smaller volumes, or the value of gas produced by digestion. 2. Disposal on Land
Under land disposal the following methods may be included :
– Burial. – Fill – Application as fertilizer or soil conditioner.
BURIAL: This method is used principally for raw sludge, where, unless covered by earth, serious odor nuisances are created. The sludge is run into trenches two to three feet wide and about two feet deep. The raw sludge in the trenches should be covered by at least 12 inches of earth.
FILL: se of sludge for fill is confined almost entirely to digested sludge which can be exposed to the atmosphere without creating serious or widespread odor nuisances. The sludge should be well digested without any appreciable amount of raw or undigested mixed with it.
Either wet or partially dewatered sludge, such as obtained from drying beds or vacuum filters can be used to fill low areas. Where wet sludge is used the area becomes a sludge lagoon, which has been discussed. When used as a method of disposal, the lagoon area is used only until filled, and then abandoned. When used as a method of treatment, the sludge after some drying, is removed for final disposal and the lagoon reused. Lagoons used for disposal are usually fairly deep. Sludge is added in successive layers until the lagoon is completely filled. Final disposal of digested sludge by lagoons is economical as it eliminates all dewatering treatments.
It is applicable, however, only where low waste areas are available on the plant site or within reasonable piping distance. They are frequently used to supplement inadequate drying bed facilities.
Dewatered digested sludge from drying beds and vacuum filters can be disposed of by filling low areas at the plant site or hauled to similar areas elsewhere without creating nuisances.
The ash from incinerators is usually disposed of by using it for fill. Where fill area is available close to the incinerator, the ash can be made into a slurry with water when removed from the ash hopper and pumped to the point of disposal. If the fill area is remote, the ash should be sufficiently wet to suppress the dust and transported by truck or railroad cars to the point of disposal.
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SOIL CONDITIONING OR FERTILIZER
Sewage sludge contains many elements essential to plant life, such as nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, and in addition, at least traces of minor nutrients which are considered more or less indispensable for plant growth, such as boron, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, sulfur, and zinc.
In fact, sometimes these trace elements are found in concentrations, perhaps from industrial wastes, which may be detrimental. The sludge humus, besides furnishing plant food, benefits the soil by increasing the water holding capacity and improving the tilth, thus making possible the working of heavy soils into satisfactory seed beds. It also reduces soil erosion.
When something goes wrong, we need to react fast to keep our businesses running, our roads and highways moving smoothly and our people and environments safe.
FSE is there to support you in emergency and spill response services. After an accident or spill our professional teams respond quickly to get everything back on track to ensure minimum disruption to your business.
We respond fast to hazardous, chemical spills and non-hazardous spills with our fleet of specialist vehicles with onboard spill kits, absorbents and specialist equipment to contain and clean up the spill to prevent contamination of the environment. After the incident, the dedicated response team at FSE provides a range of timely and cost effective site remediation services and consultancy that put you and the environment first.
We offers a nationwide, 24/7 emergency response services with the below salient features
Mercury has been an ongoing concern for hydrocarbon processors in Pakistan over the years, and with new production and development in natural gas it will continue to be an important issue to address.
Produced mercury affects exploration and production operations, midstream operations (Natural Gas Liquids Plants), downstream operations (refining), and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Plants.
NGL and LNG plants are most at risk since mercury is corrosive to aluminum cryogenic processing systems, but downstream processing is also affected since mercury poisons precious metal catalyst and complicates turnarounds and shutdowns.
The new highly specialized mercury services resulting from the FSE provides a uniquely qualified, highly specialist and world-leading offering in mercury management and chemical decontamination for both operating assets as well as those scheduled for decommission.
Naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) deposits have been identified and recognized within the oil and gas exploration and production industry, for a number of decades. NORM is also known as LSA (Low Specific Activity Scale). Equipment can be cleaned of scale, sludge or other forms of NORM and the radioactive waste generated is properly disposed of.