A large environmental services customer of PacTec, Inc. recently wrote us about their experience with our RailPac railcar liners.Read More
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Another full shipping container of PacTec, Inc.'s self-standing bulk bags, UN-rated for Packaging groups I, II, and III, arrived this morning. These bags are proving to be extremely popular, selling like hot cakes to remediation companies, waste haulers, and municipalities holding Household Hazardous Waste collection events.Read More
PacTec, Inc. continues to support the local relief efforts of the recent devastating floods in our area by donating hundreds of LiftPacs and cubic yard bags to local authorities. Several groups, including FEMA, EOC, and local parish public works are all taking immediate action to help local citizens begin the recovery process, and PacTec is proud to support their efforts.Read More
Although all PacTec, Inc. facilities were spared from the unprecedented flooding in Louisiana, many of friends, colleagues, and business partners were not so fortunate. We extend our thoughts and prayers to everyone facing difficult times ahead.Read More
PacTec, Inc. continues to revolutionize the waste industry by bringing innovative solutions to market. Our patented LiftPac™ is the only self-standing, UN rated zipper top bag currently available. It is the perfect solution for disposal of household hazardous waste, contaminated soil or PPE. The rigid corrugated fiberboard walls allow the bag to be self-standing, while the glued in 6 mil PE liner provides ultimate leak protection. It contains the equivalent of four 55-gallon drums at a significant savings in cost and storage space. It is lightweight, easy-to-assemble, and can easily be lifted by a forklift through its attached lifting loops.Read More
PacTec, Inc. was recently commended by the Navarro Research and Engineering Project Manager Paul Franco for the superior performance of our products used to dewater sludge from an evaporative cooling tower basin at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, TN. In a written letter to our Director of Nuclear Sales, Franco writes how they “were very pleased with the rapid turnaround of our orders” and continues with how “the dewatering bags performed better than expected.”Read More
Come visit the industry leader in flexible packaging for members of the Louisiana Chemical Industry, PacTec, Inc., at Booth #107 this Thursday at the LCIA Trade Show in Lake Charles. Our representatives will be there discussing our newest innovative waste packaging products for the industry, AND handing out drink tickets. Be sure not to miss it.Read More
Before the school year began in the Philippines, PacTec, Inc. employees in the Unites States came together to raise funds to purchase much needed school supplies for all children of our Subic Bay plant colleagues. This year, we were able to provide 68 students from pre-school age through college age with supplies necessary for them to be successful in school.Read More
Recently, a large refinery needed to remove coke fines from a major piece of equipment while also protecting the pumping equipment and keeping the fines from reaching the storage tanks. Several filtration options were evaluated by the process engineers, including their existing solids removal system and a continuous backflush mechanical filtration system. While all seemed promising on a small scale, when tested full-scale, the filtration data collected clearly shows that PacTec’s GeoPacs were the most efficient and cost effective solution.Read More
Employees of PacTec, Inc. of Clinton, LA continued their annual charitable fundraising efforts for 2016 by making a $1,500 donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Funds were raised in $2 increments in exchange for wearing blue jeans on dedicated days. PacTec, Inc. then matched dollar-for-dollar what employees contributed, empowering their team to make a bigger difference. The staff voted for St. Jude as their charity this year due to the impact it has on young children nationwide. “St. Jude means a great deal to us, especially because many of us know local families who have benefitted from the services,” says Trey Castleberry, Marketing Director at PacTec, Inc.Read More
PacTec's revolutionary InstaBerm with pop-up sidewalls is engineered as a single unit, where the interior folding brackets are permanently attached so they cannot be lost or stolen. The sidewalls are easily raised and lowered as an alternative to fixed bracketed solutions, allowing for equipment drive-on and drive-off.Read More
PacTec, Inc. continues to bring innovative solutions to market, and we are proud to introduce the TransPac® Transformer Containment Bag. This flexible package is the safe way to contain leaking transformers for transport to service centers. Our proprietary design is the first in the industry to utilize a zipper closure for ease of use in the field. The heavy-duty, multi-layer bag includes a full absorbent inner layer and is also lightweight, compact and easily stored on service trucks.Read More
Come visit the industry leader in flexible packaging for the Nuclear Industry, PacTec, Inc., at Booth #822 at the Waste Management Symposia March 6-10, 2016. We have some of the industry's most innovative LLW solutions, and are eager to demonstrate them to you.Read More
Each year, PacTec, Inc. attends the LSU Career Fair looking for the best and brightest young professionals to join our growing business. This year, we saw an unusually large crowd of students eager to join the workforce. Attending this year were 2 LSU graduates, Caleb Dunn and Micah Schilling. Although we are currently not hiring, we are always accepting resumes to consider when the need arises. PacTec, Inc. wishes all of this years graduates a prosperous future.Read More
In an article in "The Tennessean", the state of Tennessee is looking to enforce action and fines against the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) because of proposed coal ash pollution seeping into the groundwater, which would include the Cumberland River, the region's main source of drinking water.
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Topics: Power plant