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EnviroEye, LLC

Fall 2020 Press Release

EnviroEye, LLC_ Press Release Fall 2020

The recent health climate has been difficult.  We wish for everyone’s good health and a safe return to normal.  Thank you to all the servicemen, operators, managers, vendors and agencies who all have a common goal – to protect our waterways.

Bulk storage facilities utilizing the EnviroEye™ DGS (Drain Guard System) automatically respond to roof drain failures and dike drain mishaps.

EnviroEye™ received a patent in January 2020.

Demonstrations available by appointment.  Demo unit located in Houston, Texas.

EnviroEye™ upcoming tradeshow Demonstrations – (Dates subject to change due to covid)

  • NISTM, December 8-9, 2020, The Woodlands, Texas        
  • NISTM, January 20-21, 2021 at the Rosen Shingle, Orlando, Florida                    
  • ILTA, June 15-16, 2021 at the George R Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas      Booth # 369

EnviroEye™ delivers solutions for external floating roof drain protection.  The DGS can act like an extra set of eyes for your operators, who can now monitor storm water with an automated system.  Make this investment to protect your assets.

Leave your drain line valve open and EnviroEye™ will detect hydrocarbons, automatically close the valve and alert your team.  This protects the environment, your inventory and your roof.  EnviroEye™ can also be placed at dike outfalls. 

Visit our website for published articles and power points about our solutions.

Another unit is being delivered.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

EnviroEye, LLC-Drain Guard Systems

www.enviroeye.net                                        

Michael Sprung – Media Relations

Michael.sprung@enviroeye.net

(713) 627 – 1700 ext. 102

4635 SW FRWY, Suite 910, Houston, Tx 77027

PO Box 270415, Houston, TX  77277-0415

Press Release – October 14, 2020           FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Keywords:  Oil & Gas, Bulk Storage, External Floating Roof, EFRs, EFRTs Above Ground Storage Tanks, ASTs, “Floaters”, Petroleum Storage, Storm Water Management, Tank Farms, Retention Pond, Diked Areas, Dike Outfalls, Drain Guard System

About the EnviroEye – Drain Guard Systems (DGS)

The EnviroEye Drain Guard System protects floating roof tanks and dike outfalls from unintentional release of hydrocarbons associated with storm water. The system helps to automate storm water management.

The DGS can signal valves to close, a pump to turn on, and/or trigger an audible or visual alert. Option for sending a customized alert via text message.

The DGS simplifies operation protocols by automatically detecting product release and possible environmental contamination while reducing the guesswork related to storm water and storage tank management.

Upcoming Trade Shows

NISTM
December 8-9,2020 – tentative … Booth # TBD

13th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank Conference & Trade Show

The Woodlands, Texas

Waterway Marriott

NISTM

January 20-21, 2021 – tentative …  Booth # TBD

23nd Annual International Aboveground Storage Tanks Conference & Trade Show

Orlando, Florida

Rosen Shingle Creek

ILTA

June 15-16, 2021 – tentative …  Booth # 369

41st Annual Trade Show

Houston, Texas

George R Brown Convention Center

See us at other shows:  API Conference, TCEQ Conference, Clean Gulf Conference

To schedule a meeting, contact the Sales Department at:
sales@Enviroeye.net
713-627-1700 / EXT. 102

EnviroEye solves your operating dilemma…

Removal of rainwater accumulation from open top floating roofs on above ground storage tanks presents an operating concern that, until now, has had no viable solution.

Does your operation dictate the roof drain valve be left…

Open?  In cases of slight or torrential rains, all rainwater immediately drains from the roof through and out of your tank. However, if the internal roof drain line fails, the stored product drains through the failed line onto the ground, causing hazardous material discharge into the tank dike.

Closed?  In light or heavy rain conditions, it is essential that an operator immediately respond by manually opening the roof drain line. If excessive rainwater is allowed to accumulate on the roof, loss of buoyancy may occur, resulting in sinking of the roof, damage to the tank wall and release of stored product into the environment.

Both scenarios expose you to potential contamination, permit violations, media attention, tank failures and extended downtime. 

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