Recovery Equipment

  • The Company:
    Located in Carmi and Fairfield, Illinois and Cocoa, Florida, Elastec manufactures water pollution control products specializing in oil spill recovery equipment. Established in 1990 with the invention of the ELASTEC Drum Skimmer, the U.S. Clean Water act inspired Elastec to expand its product line to include floating booms, turbidity curtains, vacuum systems, work boats and portable incinerators. Elastec’s new Omni Cat is a waterway maintenance catamaran designed to help municipalities comply with nonpoint source pollution. To control silt and sediment pollution during marine construction, Elastec also manufactures turbidity curtains. A recent project near the Golden Gate Bridge has earned Elastec an environmental award. The firm has about 110 employees.
     
    Primary Product / Service:
    Elastec manufactures and markets oil spill recovery equipment: drum, grooved disc and weir skimmers, oil boom, BoomVane, dispersant systems, response trailers and Hydro Fire Boom and American Fireboom systems. The company also manufactures work boats, such as the ELASTEC Omni Cat for waterway maintenance and landing craft response boats. ISO9001:2008 certified, Elastec has shipped products to 155 countries.
     
    The Case:
    In 2015, Elastec celebrated 25 years of manufacturing oil spill recovery equipment. As they look forward to the next 25 years, Elastec is developing new ways to keep our waterways clean from trash, debris, sediments, invasive aquatic weeds, as well as to recover oil spills. Elastec’s Hydro-Fire Boom and American Fireboom systems were deployed in the controlled burn operation during the Deepwater Horizon incident in the Gulf of Mexico. Elastec won the Wendy Schmidt Oil Cleanup X CHALLENGE with its patented Grooved Disc Skimming technology.
     
    926 County Road 1350 N
    Carmi, IL 62821
    Telephone: (618) 384-2783
    E-mail: lhenning@elastec.com
    Website: www.elastec.com
    CEO/President: Jeff Cantrell & Jeff Bohleber
     
     
    (As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News)
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  • vessels operating thoughout the world. Hyde also offers USCG and IMO certified oil water separators, pump systems, marine chemicals, oil spill recovery equipment, replacement parts, ma chinery overhauls and modifications, and onboard service anywhere in the world. For more information and a copy of

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  • The first of a new class of combination vessels, the Marco 108-ft. (33-m) Special Oil Recovery Tug (SORT 33) was launched at Lien Ho Shipyards in Taiwan. Designed by Marco for China Petroleum Corp., the vessel reportedly combines the characteristics of a tractor tug with an open ocean oil recovery

  • a n tanker started spilling oil on November 1, 1979, following a collision at sea five miles south of Galveston Bay, MARCO reported its Class XI oil recovery system was shipped to the spill site with encouragement from the U.S. Navy Supervisor of Salvage and the U.S. Coast Guard. It was put into service on

  • dealer network and a company sales force. The Case: Elastec is the industry innovator in the development and manufacture of pollution control and recovery equipment and technologies. This year celebrating 25 years of keeping the world clean, Elastec produces oil spill response equipment, floating barriers

  • ability to continue recovering oil under the conditions in Spain and New York to the "floating rope" design of Oil Mop's equipment. OMI spill recovery equipment recovers oil from the surface of water by running a floating oilattracting rope of polypropylene fibers through the floating oil. The rope

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  • Hyde Products, Inc., designers and manufacturers of ship's deck machinery, steering systems, oil spill recovery equipment and other marine and industrial equipment, recently announced the appointment of two new vice presidents at its Cleveland headquarters. Parker L. Hay has been named vice president

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