Martlin Dist. Announces New Production Facility, Free Solidification Product Consultation

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Martlin Distributing activates additional production facility in Southwestern Virginia to better serve customers along East Coast and Mid-Atlantic states.

Martlin Dist. CEO Mike Dorsch at New Production Facility

Our clients insist that PowerPellets provide a cost-effective solution to managing liquid waste, from mix-off to haul-off and disposal.

This year, Martlin Distributing meets increased demand for liquid solidification materials with an additional production facility in Southwestern Virginia. Through the new facility, Martlin aims to provide greater materials access and decreased transportation costs for customers along the East Coast and Mid-Atlantic states.

“Our new facility will produce higher volumes of patented, eco-friendly products for the solidification, transportation, & disposal of both hazardous and non-hazardous liquid waste,” explains Mike Dorsch, company Founder and CEO. Core offerings include PowerPellets™, Eco Mega Zorb (EMZ), and Super Absorbent Polymer (SAP)—3 unique products designed to provide unparalleled cost savings when stabilizing various forms of industrial liquid waste.

PowerPellets™ are a patented blend of organic agricultural fibers and proprietary additives that quickly solidifies liquid waste for transportation and disposal. Compared to traditional materials like sawdust, fly ash, and high calcium lime, PowerPellets have been shown to reduce haul-off volume by up to 80%. Customers also report corresponding savings related to disposal fees, site storage, and labor liability.

In 2018, Dorsch expects demand for PowerPellets to increase substantially. “PowerPellets convert liquids to non-liquids,” he explains. “Once solidified, you don’t have to worry about liquid separation during loading or transport.”

That’s a critical advantage for customers who face the challenge of liquid waste solidification, transportation, and disposal. Solidified liquid waste must pass a Paint Filter Test prior to deposit at landfill. Per U.S. EPA compliance, a solidified waste sample is placed on top of a paint filter for 5 minutes. If any amount of free liquid passes through, the haul is rejected.

“Our clients insist that PowerPellets provide a cost-effective solution to managing liquid waste, from mix-off to haul-off and disposal.”

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Readers are invited to visit for a free, no-obligation quote and cost-savings assessment. Visit the following Drying Agent Estimation Form to learn how Martlin products like PowerPellets, Eco Mega Zorb, and SAP can significantly reduce haul-off, labor, solidification, and disposal costs.

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