oily waste News

  • Successful commissioning with 2 t/h oily wastes

    The VacuDry plant delivered in 2009 to England has been tested during the last months with various different input wastes. Also filter cakes coming from centrifugation units in refineries with solid contents around 40% have been operated to the required capacity of 2 t/h. Lab analysis has shown that the oil recycled from the waste has properties similar to light fuel oil while after treatment the ...


    By econ industries GmbH

  • Oily Waste Dumping Draws Record $37 Million Fine

    BOSTON, Massachusetts (ENS) - The Overseas Shipholding Group Inc., OSG, Tuesday agreed to plead guilty to 33 felony counts related to deliberate vessel pollution from nine ships and false pollution log entries in three additional ships, in six U.S. ports. The ships dumped oily waste into U.S. waters and company employees falsified records to cover up the dumping. OSG is a U.S. ...

  • PARS Improves Agro and Pyro Biogas Output

    Bioleux Polska is currently quoting enhanced-efficiency biomass/waste-to-energy installations in the 1-5 MW(e) range, based on patented PARS technology. Triple gain - feedstock savings, lower capex and maintenance, ability to avoid pressing oil from oily feedstocks. With moderate tipping fees, negative costs are achievable. Due to higher conversion efficiency can generate ...


    By BIOLEUX POLSKA sp z oo

  • Ensuring your biofuels effluent meets regulatory limits

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as other regulatory agencies around the world, have established limitation guidelines for discharges of “oily wastes” from facilities utilizing any type of oil and grease in their manufacturing process. However, recently several biodiesel plants in the US have been fined for illegally discharging vegetable-based oil and grease and polluting ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Greenland explores shark-based biofuels

    Researchers in Greenland are looking into whether or not one of the world’s largest species of sharks could be a source of biofuel for the native Inuit population. The Greenland shark causes problems for fishermen, with thousands of them dying in nets off of Greenland every year, the Ottawa Citizen newspaper reports. And while the shark’s oily meat is toxic to humans, researchers at Greenland’s ...

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