Shelton Services holds 2023 3rd Quarter Leadership Meeting

Shelton Services recently held its 3rd quarter Leadership & Team Building Meeting at Top Golf. During the event, the group conducted several teamwork exercises and updated the Shelton Services SWOT analysis, and discussed ways to build upon and improve its services while continually putting safety at the forefront. Time was taken to recognize the Employees

By |2023-11-07T14:14:00-06:00October 13th, 2023|News|

Changes to MACT and how it affects shutdown, startup, and malfunction

A MACT standard, or Maximum Achievable Control Technology standard, is developed to reduce hazardous air pollutant (HAP) emissions. On October 9, 2019, the EPA proposed revisions to the Generic MACT (GMACT) Standards. These revisions impact various sectors, including OLD MACT (Organic Liquid Distribution other than gasoline) and EMACT (Ethylene facilities). In July 2020, the EPA

By |2023-10-13T14:27:11-05:00October 11th, 2023|News|

Shelton Services Holds Grand Opening of Its Port Arthur Facility

PORT ARTHUR, Texas — Shelton Services Inc. recently held the grand opening of its facility in Port Arthur to better serve customers in the Golden Triangle. Founded in 2006, Shelton is an environmental and industrial services firm focused on emergency spill response (OSRO), bulk liquid storage tank cleaning, and mobile degassing and vapor control. The

By |2023-10-11T14:11:35-05:00October 11th, 2023|News|

Shelton Services Attendees 14th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank Tradeshow

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Shelton Services participated and exhibited at the 14th Annual NISTM Conference & Tradeshow in December 2021 and shared information with attendees and guests on how Shelton Services provides cost effective solutions needed for cleaning and degassing of storage tanks. Headquartered in Crosby, Texas, Shelton maintains operations in Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma,

By |2023-10-11T13:37:28-05:00October 11th, 2023|News|

Recovering The Capsized Golden Ray

On Sept. 8, 2019, the oceangoing ship MV Golden Ray capsized in St. Simons Sound soon after its departure from the Port of Brunswick, Georgia. When the accident occurred, the 656-foot roll-on/roll-off vehicle carrier vessel was carrying nearly 4,200 new vehicles and over 380,000 gallons of a combination of oils, the majority of which was

By |2023-10-11T13:37:36-05:00October 11th, 2023|News|
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