USA, Aaron Oil Co. and IUORI to Collaborate in Unique Educational Partnership
MOBILE, AL., November 18, 2014 – The University of South Alabama announced today an educational partnership that will focus on adding oil reclamation studies to some University classes. The collaboration includes Aaron Oil Co., Inc. of Saraland and the International Used Oil Research Institute of Mobile and Washington, D.C. Included in the announcement, held in the USA Mitchell Center, was the unveiling of Aaron Oil’s latest additional to its fleet of oil reclamation trucks. The $500,000 vehicle will be made available first to classes in the University’s department of chemistry to augment graduate and undergraduate laboratory work with practical industry experience. The state-of-the-art vehicle, designed by Aaron Oil, includes an on-board mobile laboratory to analyze used oil feedstock for the presence of hazardous chemicals, then transmits the results to the recycling facility.
For the full press release see the link below.
USA AOC IUORI Collaboration Press Release
From left: Dr. Jim Connors, USA Special Assistant to the Vice President for Research; Mobile Commissioner Connie Hudson; Lynne Chronister, USA Vice President for Research; Mr. Dan Cowart, Founder and CEO of Aaron Oil Co.; Dr. Raul Richardson, Director of the International Used Oil Research Institute and Dr. Jason Coym, USA Associate Director of Chemistry.
Aaron Oil is Proudly Partnering with Jubilee BEST to Further STEM Education
MOBILE, AL., September 12, 2014 – Aaron Oil Company is proud to be participating in the activities leading up to the 2014 Annual BEST Robotics competition for Mobile, Baldwin and surrounding counties as well as the Mississippi Gulf Coast. On Monday, September 15, 2014, AOC will be joining Airbus and FedEx at Davidson High School for the Industry Night event to share how their companies transport various products and the cutting-edge technology involved. BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) is a free program within the public school system designed to simulate real-world career tasks such as research, construction and marketing while also learning about science, technology, engineering and math. The program is of no cost and is available to any student who wishes to participate.
For the full press release see the link below and to learn more about Jubilee BEST please visit their website at http://www.jubileebest.org