Advantages of On-Site Solvent Recycling Systems

On-site solvent recovery provides the following advantages over off site disposal:

  • Reduced volume of hazardous waste.
  • Reduced solvent purchase, and disposal cost.
  • Small generator status is available.
  • Recycled solvent life is indefinite.
  • No TSD permits required.
  • Tax rebate available in Oklahoma.
  • Units available to process up to 400 gallons/hour.

Solvent Recovery Systems sells and services the full line of NexGen and PRI products. We specialize in easy cleanout and/or liners. We can advise you in which unit will fit your needs as well as help in setup and training.

Waste Reduction Tax Break in Oklahoma

The state of Oklahoma offers a 20% tax credit toward the cost of equipment for the reduction of hazardous waste. Visit the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality’s website for more information and to download an application and other documents relating to this tax credit.

The following criteria for approval of the tax credit are taken from the Oklahoma DEQ website.

252:205-17-4. Criteria for approval of tax credit

To qualify for approval of a tax credit under this subchapter:

  1. The tax credit must be taken within three years of the installation and initial use of the facility.
  2. The proposed facility or equipment must have been previously demonstrated to be effective and to perform as specified unless unproven technology procedures are followed in accordance with 252:205-17-5.
  3. The facility must be physically located in the State of Oklahoma.

Agency note: There is no minimum amount of a hazardous waste which must be recycled, reused or reduced.

Solvents That Can Be Recycled

This is only a partial list of some common solvents that can be recycled. Call (479) 439-0483 for more information on how you can improve your bottom line with solvent recycling.

  • Acetone
  • Alcohol
  • Amyl Acetate
  • Butyl Acetate
  • Ethyl Acetate
  • Ethylene Glycol Ethyl Ether
  • Ethylene Glycol Ethyl Ether
  • Isobutyl Acetate
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Lacquer Diluents
  • Methyl Alcohol (Methanol)
  • Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)
  • Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK)
  • Methylene Chloride
  • Mineral Spirits
  • Toluene (1-2-3)
  • Toluol (Aromatic Hydrocarbon)
  • Turpentine Gum
  • Xylene (1-2-3)
  • And many more