Airfield maintenance crews at Portland International Jetport (PWM) in Maine had one less item on their to-do list last fall: They didn’t have to order any aircraft deicing fluid for the upcoming winter. It was a bold change for the Atlantic coast airport, which receives an average of 62 inches of snow annually and is no stranger to blistery nor'easters. The airport owns the recycling/processing facility and associated storage tanks; Inland Technologies International owns the processing and blending equipment inside the facility. Plant operators are employees of Inland, and the company owns the proprietary processes it uses at PWM.
Inland Technologies is pleased to announce the commencement of their glycol management services at Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). Inland will be responsible for the collection, treatment, and recycling of glycol generated aircraft de-icing operations.
Roger Langille, President and CEO of the Inland Group of Companies (made up of Inland Technologies, Integrated Deicing Services (IDS), and Quantem Aviation Services (QAS) is pleased to announce that Mike Svedruzic has been assigned the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Inland Technologies, a provider of airport environmental services throughout North America, announces the first delivery of Type I aircraft de-icing fluid (ADF) manufactured with recycled glycol is now in use at St. John's International Airport, Newfoundland.
Inland Technologies, through its subsidiary Integrated Deicing Services UK Ltd, today announce the acquisition of AntiDeIcing ADI Oy [ADI] of Helsinki, Finland. ADI is an aircraft de-icing operations specialist providing services at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Finland.
Inland Technologies International Limited (Inland) and Portland International Jetport (PWM) are set to stake a claim on the leading edge of sustainability and winter resilience with the commissioning of an on-airport aircraft de-icing fluid (ADF) manufacturing facility using reclaimed glycols.
Inland Technologies Canada Incorporated celebrated a landmark achievement Sunday night as their glycol distillation plant at Halifax Stanfield International Airport surpassed 100 million litres of recycled glycol impacted stormwater.
Halifax International Airport is set to stake their claim on the leading edge of winter resilience with the commissioning of Inland Technologies Canada Incorporated's (Inland) new glycol distillation plant.
Inland Technologies Canada was awarded a contract to manage the central de-icing facility at St. John's International Airport, Newfoundland, Canada on August 30, 2013.
"We are extremely happy to have the opportunity to expand the scope of our service delivery at St. John's," said Roger Langille, CEO of Inland Technologies. "We have been involved with the de-icing pad operation on the environmental side at St. John's since its inauguration in 2007 and are looking forward to an expanded role this winter."