Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

Vilokan ADF Solutions has delivered two systems that take care of used 
de-icing fluid that is collected on the de-icing surfaces at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The liquid normally contains about 10% glycol and the final product will be a filtered product containing at least 50% glycol.

These two facilities are built by our sister company Vilokan Recycling Tech in Sweden and are pre-assembled in two 40-foot containers and basically allow a “plug and play” installation on site.

"Previously 10,000 tons was disposed of. Now the glycol can be recycled instead!"

Swedish airport operator Swedavia, with 37.6 million passengers, is a leading player when it comes to environmental issues Vilokan now closes the cycle so that Swedavia can recycle and reuse valuable glycol.

"We are now global leaders in glycol recycling"

Montreal Pierre Trudeau Airport (YUL) has invested approx. 10 million CAD (approx. 65 million SEK) in a facility from Vilokan ADF Solutions. It will be operated by AeroMag 2000, who take care of the de-icing onsite.