Established in 1979, CHEM Group-Troy, formerly Consolidated Recycling Co., Inc., specializes in the reclamation of glycols from spent automotive antifreeze. Also processed at this site are various industrial glycol streams, biodiesel based crude glycerin, and high aromatic content crude oils. In addition to toll processing activities, this site produces a number of branded and private label antifreeze products, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), secondary plasticizers, specialty solvents, and pitch products.
Located at 11210 Solomon Road, Troy, Indiana, this 18 acre site occupies three adjacent lots of the Tell City Industrial Park and features several buildings offering 47,900 sq. ft. of indoor process area, 26,712 sq. ft. of warehouse space and 5,940 sq. ft. of office / laboratory space. In addition to more than 2,000,000 gallons of on site tank storage and direct access to rail via Hoosier Southern railroad, this site includes its own waste water treatment facility, a small automated packaging plant, a boiler house capable of generating more than 16,000 pounds of steam an hour, and 2,000 tons of cooling tower capacity.
CHEM Group-Troy operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and can both ship and receive materials in drums, totes, tank trucks, and railcars. It also enjoys the distinction of being the largest U.S. producer of ASTM compliant glycol for use in automotive antifreeze.
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