Reduce Carbon Emissions
Concerns about the environment are on the rise and companies are looking for solutions to decrease and control their carbon emissions, thereby reducing their carbon footprint. Regulations on greenhouse gas emission have become increasingly strict and complex. By capturing these emissions and recycling them into products that can be used in industrial and essential food, beverage, and medical operations, we are doing our part to positively impact the environment by reducing the release of CO2 emissions and supporting these essential operations.
A strong knowledge base backed by a cost-effective design is key as facility carbon footprint awareness increases and industry CO2 emission regulation continue to move into view. Options for excess carbon dioxide gas include sequestration methods to place molecules back into the ground, or capturing, reclaiming, and processing the gas for use in industrial processes that are not only friendly to the environment, but also essential parts of the food and beverage supply chain and critical industrial and agricultural processes.
Carbon dioxide is a critical common byproduct and reactant of many chemical processes for refineries, chemical plants, and power plants. By partnering with companies to capture or recover CO2 when in excess and vented, we ease the effects on the producer and the atmosphere. Industries producing carbon dioxide by-products will greatly benefit by capturing and processing these gas streams into usable and sellable products rather than venting out into the atmosphere. This process is four-fold: increased profits for industrial groups selling the CO2, decreased carbon footprints and regulation compliance for these entities, liquefaction carbon dioxide sales for CO2 processing facilities, as well as supplying all related CO2 products to applicable gas markets which creates a constant carbon dioxide supply source for applicable business chains on down the line.
Sources we have utilized include:
- Ethanol production plants
- Ammonia production plants
- High pressure, supercritical CO2 pipelines
- Low and high pressure geologic sources
- Natural gas separation facilities
Uses for Recycled CO2
After the CO2 is purified and liquified, through Reliant's marketing entities, the CO2 can serve many purposes in the food and beverage, medical, industrial, and commercial industries including but not limited to:
- Beverage carbonation
- Flash freezing
- Dry ice production
- Shipping food and medical supplies
- Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
- Accelerated crop growth in greenhouses
Product Analysis Monitoring
CO2 is measured at multiple points from process, to storage, to
load-out to ensure the final product is within required specifications. Liquid loads can be sent with a Certificate of Analysis (COA) to prove the composition of liquid delivered.
Electrical and Automation
Through integration of transmitters and control system we are able to maximize efficiency, minimize process variances, and maintain safe operating conditions. Trends and data backup allow us to look back and identify when any upsets occur so we can correct them and mitigate any future problems.
Finished Product Liquid CO2 Specifications
- All CGA Grades
- ISBT Beverage Grade
- OSHA Reporting