EnviroSafe Demil Relocates-Plans TexAmericas Center, Texarkana, Texas, Operations
The TexAmericas Center facility will handle the demilitarization of military munitions to include 20MM, artillery fuses, aircraft countermeasure flares, as well as rocket motors.
“TexAmericas Center recognized that ESD required a specific type of property, specific safety and security protocols, as well as a certain infrastructural footprint for implementing our technologies. TAC and the State of Texas has been an absolute pleasure to work with and we look forward to maintaining a long and fruitful relationship,” said TJ Ogden, CEO and founder of EnviroSafe Demil.
Formed in 2018 and located in Fallon, Nevada, EnviroSafe Demil LLC seeks to solve the problem of the disposing of energetic materials, explosive contaminated items, and munitions in an environmentally-friendly manner.
“EnviroSafe Demil is a perfect fit at TexAmericas Center. They are innovative and strategic and represent the forward-thinking we strive for at TAC,” said Scott Norton, Executive Director and CEO of TexAmericas Center. “We’re thrilled to say, ‘Welcome to Texas.’ We’re even more excited to watch this partnership grow for the people at EnviroSafe Demil and Texarkana. We have the space, facilities, and resources that companies need to grow. We also match that with how we treat people and help them grow their business.”
Demilitarization is the process by which munitions are deactivated, disabled, and rendered safe for final disposition.
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