Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. Launches Energy Saving Assistance Program for Plastic ManufacturersMay 1, 2018 8:21 am
Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. Launches Energy Saving Assistance Program for Plastic Manufacturers
S&SE Technology facilitates the Safe and Responsible Manufacturing of Plastics
Long Beach, CA, May 1st 2018 – Ship & Shore Environmental Inc., a leading U.S. pollution abatement firm, announced today that is has launched a limited time Energy Efficiency Program for plastic manufacturers. This program includes complimentary Ship & Shore engineering assistance with incentive/rebate program applications in order to encourage plastic manufacturers to produce their products responsibly, efficiently, and effectively while improving environmental quality.
“The overall perception of plastics as toxic, harmful, and replaceable is nothing new; however, Ship & Shore Environmental knows that plastics are essential and useful when handled properly. There are utility companies that will reward rebates and incentives to those who implement and incorporate energy-efficient solutions into their processes,” said Anoosheh Oskouian, CEO of Ship & Shore Environmental, “We want companies in the plastics industry to know that there is a way to keep their processes clean, environmentally conscious, and efficient. Our team knows that incentive/rebate applications take meticulous amounts of time, planning, and effort that some people cannot afford. This is why we decided to launch complimentary incentive application assistance as part of our Energy Efficiency Program”
“The focus is to minimize harmful environmental impacts during the production phase of plastic manufacturing processes so that everyone can benefit. This is where Ship & Shore’s clean technology steps in,” adds Anu Vij, COO at Ship & Shore Environmental.
Ship & Shore Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs) are specifically designed to operate in self-sustaining mode. These systems help companies increase energy and operational efficiency, reduces the harmful effects of plastic process emissions in a safe and controlled environment, and minimizes overall utility consumption. Along with incentive/rebate application assistance by a Ship & Shore engineer, the company is also offering a complimentary energy efficiency assessment for overall plant optimization. This Energy Efficiency Program is aimed to help everyone: manufacturers, the environment, and consumers.
“Companies that manufacture plastics should have strategies to address the negative impacts. The key is that plastics can be made responsibly. Our pollution abatement equipment helps minimize environmental impacts on the production side and combining this with energy-saving efforts can help our common mission to improve the quality of the environment. Ship & Shore believes that with new technology and preventive measures on the manufacturing side, we can address these issues and focus on sustainability,” concludes Oskouian.
For more information about S&SE’s Energy Efficiency Program for plastic manufacturing companies, consult our website at www.shipandshore.com.
About Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc.
Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. is a Long Beach, Calif.-based woman-owned, certified business specializing in air pollution capture and control systems for industrial applications. Ship & Shore helps major manufacturers meet Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) abatement challenges by providing customized energy-efficient air pollution abatement systems for various industries, resulting in improved operational efficiency and tailored “green” solutions. Since 2000, Ship & Shore has been prepared to handle and advise on the full spectrum of environmental needs with its complete array of engineering and manufacturing capabilities and multiple offices around the U.S., Canada, Europe and most recently, China. With over 100 specialized professionals spread throughout the world, the company is dedicated to designing tailored solutions for its energy clients. For more information, visit www.shipandshore.com
This post was written by Evan Lamont