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Refining used lubricating oils / James G. Speight, Douglas I. Exall.

By: Speight, James GContributor(s): Exall, Douglas IMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Chemical industriesPublication details: Boca Raton : CRC Press / Taylor & Francis Group, c.2014Description: xv, 449 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9781466551497Subject(s): Petroleum waste -- Recycling | Mineral oils -- Refining | Lubricating oils -- Recycling | Petroleum waste -- Management | | Engineering, Petroleum September2016DDC classification: 665.5389 Summary: "Used lubricating oil is a valuable resource. This book examines recycling processes for a wide range of products with different properties and different criteria. It also compares the various recycling methods and resulting products to conventional products obtained from original refining processes. The reviews, data, and comparisons provided by the authors allow readers to identify which processes are likely to produce a product with specific properties, and enables them to combine this with an analysis of the economic data to identify attractive oil recycling propositions"--
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Index : p. 443-449.

Includes bibliographical references.

"Used lubricating oil is a valuable resource. This book examines recycling processes for a wide range of products with different properties and different criteria. It also compares the various recycling methods and resulting products to conventional products obtained from original refining processes. The reviews, data, and comparisons provided by the authors allow readers to identify which processes are likely to produce a product with specific properties, and enables them to combine this with an analysis of the economic data to identify attractive oil recycling propositions"--

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