To ensure no burning of condensate or overboarding of treated fluid, contaminated condensate would first be treated at the surface and then reinjected back into the production pipeline. It was critical that the condensate be acid free when reinjected back into the production pipeline, as traces of acid could have negative effects on the metallurgy of both the production pipeline and downstream facility. To neutralize any acid recovered at surface, a complex fluid treatment facility was designed comprising two surge tanks, three gauge tanks, and five 125-barrel ISO tanks. The facility enabled the recovery of both contaminated condensate and bulk acid from the separators and provided the ability to accurately apply a neutralizing agent prior to reinjection. This treatment facility design minimized acid contamination risk and allowed fluid to be transferred within the operator’s environmental objectives.