EAMX 25710 is operated by Everest Railcar Services, Inc who is the second owner of the car. It originally was owned by Ineos Olefins & Polymers, USA (ACMX), and sold sometime around 2010. EAMX kept the same number but just slapped on new reporting marks. I have no idea what the car carries now, as both pictures I have of it have no placards.
The prototype car is 58' 4" in length, with a 23569 gallon capacity. The model is not a perfect match, but close enough for my purposes. It is an Atlas car that I bought used for a couple of bucks. I stripped the car, detailed the underbody with piping and hangers, added cut levers and Sergent couplers, semi-scale wheels, etc. I sprayed the car with dark gray automotive primer, then proceeded to weather using oils to create the subtle rust coloring. I used acrylics to brighten the colors and correct the gray. The black patches were done with black acrylic, then overlayed with Future floor polish. I decaled the entire car, and finalized the weathering with details and some mild use of powders