ChemStation Opens 57th Manufacturing Center

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ChemStation has opened its 57th Manufacturing Center. The new operation in located San Antonio, Texas.

ChemStation is proud to announce the opening of its 57th Manufacturing Center in North America. Since 1984 ChemStation has developed a process that creates and maintains products that reduce environmental impact.

With four other ChemStation locations in Texas (Houston, Longview, Dallas, El Paso), this location will be called ChemStation of South Texas. The new facility in San Antonio is owned by Doug Epperson, who also owns the Oklahoma City Manufacturing Center. Epperson’s leadership helped the Oklahoma location soar to the top ten facilities on the sales charts. ChemStation is predicting the same future for San Antonio.

The San Antonio location began production on February 1, 2013. ChemStation offers custom-formulated, environmentally friendly industrial cleaning chemicals and process chemicals, delivered to refillable containers. Their refillable container method helps keep hundreds of thousands of containers out of landfills annually.

ChemStation of South Texas is located at 6856 Fairgrounds Parkway, San Antonio 78238. The contact there will be Doug Epperson at 866-855-4935.

About the company:

The ChemStation System is a combination of two components: custom formulated, environmentally friendly industrial cleaning and process chemicals delivered to refillable containers. It’s refill...not landfill. And, it has remained the same since 1984. Being "green" is nothing new to them. ChemStation has been a steward of the environment since 1984, creating and maintaining products and conditions that minimize environmental impact. Creating environmentally friendly products and delivering them to refillable containers makes life safer and healthier for everyone. Their path to sustainability involves the development of their products and their system of delivery; meeting the needs of today with care and concern for the natural resources that are necessary for future generations. For more information visit their Web site at

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