CEA Project Logistics recently received official certification from the Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research and further approval from the Marine department for their Jumbo Waste bags. These bags have now been recognized by the United Nations and registered with an official UN number.
CEA started producing Jumbo Waste Bags in early 2012 after noticing a gap in the Asian market for servicing the oil and gas sector. The bags are used to collect the waste by-products from off shore drilling which can contain many heavy metals (mercury, lead, cadmium, zinc, chromium, copper, and others) that come from components of both drilling fluids and drilling cuttings.
The bags have a safe load weight of two metric ton and are lined with an inner Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) bag which ensures that if any tears occur to the outer bag the contents will still remain sealed in the inner bag. The bags are produced at their Laem Chabang facility situated on Thailand’s eastern seaboard.
CEA’s client list includes Chevron and PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP).
Such is the demand for these bags that the CEA plastics team are now working at maximum output.
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