By

Keith Rensink
Hard work and focus on safety by the outstanding people at VLS have culminated in One Year Accident Free! Daily huddles, routine observations, monthly focus topics, and more have driven the success. Thank you to the outstanding people at VLS for this and continued safety!
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VLS is proud to announce the opening of a Solid Waste processing facility in Hockley, TX. The Solid Waste permitted facility has the capability to process non-hazardous waste, liquids and solids, and containers and bulk. This facility was built as a greenfield project on land adjacent to the VLS Hockley railcar cleaning facility.
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VLS is proud to announce the opening of an Alternative Engineered Fuel facility in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. VLS Charleston manufactures Engineered Fuel, called Shredded Heat, from Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials (NHSM). This fuel will be used by cement kilns and gasifiers as a coal-substitute.
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VLS has continued its rapid expansion in Sustainable concepts by commissioning an Engineered Fuel processing station at its Mt Pleasant, Tennesse, location. The facility is designed to take Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials and manufacture an Engineered Fuel to be used as a coal-substitute for cement kilns. Material is dry, non-chlorinated secondary materials, typically from automotive manufacturing....
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VLS has increased capacity at its Mauldin, South Carolina, facility to accommodate the increased volume of business attracted to VLS Piedmont. In addition, a secure location was built to provide a safer management system for solidification media.
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Expanding on its partnership with cement kilns, VLS has built an Industrial Recycling Facility in Gray Court, SC, and named it VLS IRF. The facility is designed to take Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials and manufacture an Engineered Fuel to be used as a coal-substitute for cement kilns. Material is dry, non-chlorinated secondary materials, typically from automotive...
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VLS Armor received a face lift with over $2 million in a facility upgrade. Solidification pits were reinforced concrete and steel lining. A roof was placed over the solidification pits area, and concrete was added around the facility.
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