In environmental protection area, we manage four main businesses: oily waste treatment for oil and gas fields, mechanical tank cleaning and sludge recovery, soil remediation as well as wastewater treatment. We offer a range of solutions to meet the needs of customers and industries across the world, including consulting, technology services, EPC services, equipment manufacturing as well as finance leasing.
Unique projects require innovative strength when we undertake complex projects for national and international clients worldwide. Many technology research and development advances are used in projects.
Backed by the strong manufacturing capability of Jereh Group, we also have a complete quality management system, which is complemented by certifications worldwide (API Q1, API Q2, ISO 9001:2015, ISO14001:2015, and QHSAS18001:2007…).
In addition, we can work at stages of the project life cycle, from engineering, design, to procurement, construction and project management to deliver comprehensive solutions and services. And many terms of cooperation modes are available, whether you want BOT or BOO, we can provide a successful outcome.
In 2014, Jereh successfully carried out the pesticide contaminated soil remediation project in Hangzhou, applying thermal desorption technology developed by Jereh. The thermal desorption unit is certified as China Major Technical Equipment by the Major Technical Equipment Office of State Department.
In 2016, Jereh helped the Northwest Oilfield of SINOPEC remediate petroleum hydrocarbons contaminated soil with Ex-situ Thermal Desorption Units, maximizing the recycling of resources, and effectively promoting the ecological development of oilfields.
In 2014, Jereh offered mechanical oil tank cleaning service to Saudi Aramco. With self-developed equipment, we finished the work in only 14 days (in only 1/3 of the time required by manual cleaning). And Jereh was evaluated as a preferred service provider by Saudi Aramco.
In 2016, Jereh provided skid-mounted drilling wastewater treatment equipment to Uganda, which completed the treatment at the drilling site while meeting the local emission standards.