Green Oil

Green Oil
Green Oil
petrochemical waste recycling

Different waste petrochemicals recycling. Raw materials are used lube oils and slop oils: fuel mixture collected in sea oil tankers onboard after each tank operation carrying diesel, petrol, oleochemicals as a cleaning and pipe residues, as well as unconditional fuel mixtures from refining plants. Area of action is Germany, The Netherlands and Baltic Sea ports.
The basic idea is recycling of used industrial oils and fuel mixtures using a refining technology and equipment by physical treatment and elimination of sulfur and other unwanted impurities. Derived materials are suitable for further blending into high class finished lube oils and low sulfur fuels with sulfur content less than 10 ppm according to EN590 for diesel fuel (ultra low sulphur diesel) and Group II+ for base oils. By adding necessary additives into base oils new fuels and lube oils meeting international standards will be produced. Company plans to earn incomes from ready product sales – diesel fuel, gasoline, motor, transmission, hydraulic and industrial oils, bitumen emulsion. The recycling process does not create new pollution. EU regulations require recycling as a preferable way currently which also applies to the Baltic States.

Ventspils
Petrochemicals Recycling, Waste Management, CleanTech
2012
https://ec.europa.eu/eipp/desktop/en/projects/project-123.html

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