Sybest resource management utilizes a multi-faceted approach by supporting various manufacturers, refineries, and distributors by purchasing residual by-products, co-products, off-spec or out-of-date and surplus material. We truly pride ourselves on our ability to source your residual materials as a feedstock into a secondary market; thereby improving your bottom line and improving the sustainability of our environment.
How our process works
We help you eliminate the burden of excessive hazardous waste disposal cost, highly charged regulatory fees based on your chemical waste disposal volume, and other associated costs. We collect your waste or expired products to be used in the secondary market. Our process reduces your carbon footprint and enables your organization on its sustainable endeavor.
- – Methyl Nonafluorobutyl ether (Novec 7100)
- – 3-ethoxy-1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,6-dodecafluoro-2-trifluoromethyl-hexane
- – Perfluoro Compounds, C5-18 (Fluorinert FC-72)
- – 1-Propene, 1,1,2,3,3,3-hexafluoro-, oxidized, polymd (Galden HT200)
- – 1-Propene, 1,1,2,3,3,3-hexafluoro-, oxidized, polymd (Fomblin Y LVAC)
We collect your used heat transfer fluids from your site without any financial obligation from you. Our service eliminates or reduces your greenhouse gas emissions, waste disposal costs, and regulatory fees. We transform your reclaimable material into useful materials.
We have a coordinated plan for managing used heat transfer fluids, including how much fluid is reclaimed and how much is recycled. Cleaner production methods and a focus on minimizing waste are the first steps to reduce heat transfer fluids.
However, once the heat transfer fluids reach the end of their useful life, they should be either reclaimed or recycled. If reclaimed, the oil may continue to serve its designed function for many more operating hours.
If the heat transfer fluids are a mixture of contaminants or has been severely degraded and cannot be reclaimed, then it should be reprocessed by a recycler or repurposed into other useful materials. Of course, all of this is dependent on the type of contamination in the heat transfer fluids.