TRI and P2 Reporting at Defense Contractor

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CASE STUDY:  Toxic Release Inventory Reporting Made Easy A New England-based aerospace and defense company had been using traditional methods to calculate the information for their TRI (Toxic Release Inventory) and Annual Air Inventory reporting for years.  Looking to improve their process, they commissioned GoatThroat pumps to build a system with a  meter to improve the accuracy for reporting this information. GoatThroat sealed systems substantially reduce fugitive air emissions prevent chemical spills and mitigate worker exposure to hazardous liquids and emissions.  Used for flammable liquids as well as food grade materials, the systems improve efficiency and the bottom line.  At GoatThroat Pumps, there is no compromise in terms of performance, safety or sustainability. In the market for over 25 years, our systems are specifically designed with that balance in mind by experts who understand your application.  GoatThroat fluid friendly pumps are the safest, most reliable, and easiest way to accurately transfer any liquid.  Custom configured pumps, fitting and accessories are fluid specific, meet compatibility requirements, and are designed as complete turnkey solutions to fit your exact transfer application.  You don’t have to choose between what is important for your business and what is good for your people.  See the short video to see how they work. Here, there is no “no” there is only “not yet”.  Starting with ideas drawn from customer needs, we design and build useful equipment for safe liquid transfer for manufacturing, laboratories, agriculture, food and beverage, the energy sector and more. Our customers are very demanding, and we are grateful  Only through their demands and their  input can we grow.  Deft and thoughtful, the team pares down each new design project to its essence to deliver the right product  for the right price. The engineering department at GoatThroat developed two versions of the meter system. One version has the meter at the end of the remote tap.  This allows the user to identify exactly how much liquid is being dispensed at any given time. This system also lets the user know when it is time to put a new barrel in place.  Several of these are being used with highly evaporative liquids such as Novec’s HFE series. For the aerospace company GoatThroat created a version with the meter attached to the pump because the only person who needed to read the information was the record keeper for the TRI, P2 (Pollution Prevention)  and GHG (Green House Gasses).  In his own words, the EHS professional stated :  ” The gauges are a great tool for data collection in support of TRI reporting. Also very useful for annual Air Inventory Reporting.” Please contact us to find out how we can improve your data collection. or call us at 646.486.3636.