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Enviro Tech to Open $8M Chemical Production Plant

September 11, 2019

Modesto,CA-based Enviro Tech Chemical Services is investing $8 million to open a new chemical production plant in Levelland, TX, a company press release announced Monday. Once completed, the facility will be capable of processing 10,000 tn/yr of raw material. 

The plant, located in the Industrial Rail Park in Levelland, will contain automated machinery, rail service, and environmental technologies, including water treatment and reuse equipment. 

Enviro Tech will manufacture EPA-registered biocides for use in the oil and gas, agriculture, municipal wastewater, and food processing industries. The facility will also produce FDA-registered no-rinse processing aids for direct food contact in the food and beverage market. 

The Levelland plant will be one of three production sites operated by the company that are EPA registered and FDA approved and capable of producing Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) compliant products. 

“Upon facility completion, service companies in the Permian and surrounding areas will be able to appreciate quick shipments of high-quality chemicals, plus benefit from local expertise and technical assistance as needed,” the company said in the release. “In addition, current water treatment and food processing customers will realize better transit times and increased capacity.”

A groundbreaking ceremony for the Levelland plant has been scheduled for September 20. 

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