How to dispose of waste oil? If you are looking for an answer to this question, then you have a stock of oil larger than just one liter, formed as a result of operation of power transformers, rolling mills, turbines and other industrial equipment.
In fact, the problem of disposal of waste oil is not new, and it is not losing its relevance. The fact is that dumping of even small amounts of waste oil into the ground or waterways has negative consequences for the environment. Hundreds and thousands of liters of water become unfit for consumption; plants and animals die. It is dangerous for people too. Waste oils contain carcinogenic substances. That’s why it is against the law to discharge waste oil. The only way is to recycle used oil using the existing methods and machinery for oil disposal.
If the volume of used oil is relatively small, it should be disposed of at collection points. The authorities issue licenses for businesses which have the necessary equipment and capabilities of disposal of waste oils.
If the volume of used oil is large, then, in our opinion, it is necessary to consider the possibility of on-site regeneration to extend the life cycle of oil. GlobeCore provides a wide range of equipment for regeneration of waste oils with different degree of contamination. GlobeCore plants are versatile and work with transformer oil, industrial oil, turbine oil, transmission and other types of oil.
Regeneration equipment fully restores the operating properties of waste oils to standard values, and allows the oil to be re-used for its intended purpose.
Thus, regeneration saves funds on buying fresh oil for replacement, which becomes unnecessary. An even more important aspect is that regeneration does not produce waste, which contributes to the preservation of the planet.