Green Oasis Environmental Inc.’s is focused on acquiring and providing access to today’s world-class technologies. The Company targets technology and/or operations concerning the remediation of slop oil, waste engine oil, and tank bottom oils. Through their state of the art technology, they intend to process these waste products at one of their facilities or at a customer’s site by implementing their portable processing technology. Green Oasis Environmental Inc. has their headquarters in Edmonton, Alberta.
The Company will be pursuing Canadian- and U.S.-based small- to mid-sized oilfield and industrial sites where environmental waste processing or removal is a significant concern. Via the development of a wholly owned subsidiary acquired by Green Oasis Environmental, the Company concluded the acquisition and integration of Custom Carbon Processing Inc. (CCP) to be a subsidiary entity. With added equipment and expanded technology, Green Oasis Environmental will be pursuing further sites for the processing or removal of “environmental waste”.
Their subsidiary, Custom Carbon Processing Inc., is a Wyoming company. They have their first processing facility located south of Gillette, Wyoming. They are able to put into use the technology developed by Environmental Custom Processing (ECP) for the purpose of recycling and recovery. They are able to receive product from a customer, process the product through their plant, recover maximum oil, and deliver pipeline oil for refining. In addition to their Wyoming facility, CCP is expanding their processing technology into Montana and North Dakota.
On July 27, 2010, Green Oasis Environmental Inc. announced that their wholly owned subsidiary Custom Carbon Processing Inc. (CCP) achieved success during the first week of processing operations in Montana. For the last year and a half, CCP has been working on establishing infrastructure and preparing for processing operations. They are now ready for full production. Once optimized, this site will have the ability to process slop oil at a rate of 42 gallons per minute. Since operations have begun, the Montana location has increased their estimated slop oil product at the site from 14,000 barrels to 17,000 barrels. CCP is now experiencing a 50 percent yield on their output.