RECYCLING

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RECYCLING

Desulfurization Diesel Fuel:
Sulfur compounds represent one of the most common impurities present in the crude oil. sulfur in liquid fuel oil leads directly to the emission of SO2 and sulfate particulate matter (SPM) that endangers public health and community property; and reduces the life of the engine due to corrosion. Furthermore, the sulfur compounds in the exhaust gases of diesel engines can significantly impair the emission control technology designed to meet NOx and SPM emission standards. The research efforts for developing conventional hydrodesulfurization and alternative desulfurization methods such as selective adsorption, biodesulfurization oxidation/ extraction (oxidative desulfurization), etc. for removing these refractory sulfur compounds from petroleum products are on the rise.
Waste oil in to good oil:
Management of waste oils is an issue of growing concern, particularly in industrial and urban areas. Generation of waste oils is closely linked with increases in the numbers of automobiles and industries. Most of these oils contain degraded additives which, along with other contaminants, render them hazardous. In many developing countries, some of these waste oils are recycled by means of primitive and obsolete technologies such as open boiling, the acid-clay method and so on, not only giving rise to toxic air emissions but also resulting in hazardous solid wastes. The market for low-grade recycled oils is usually limited and the remaining waste oils are either burnt in the open or indiscriminately disposed of, causing serious threats to both human health and the environment. Guidelines for management of waste oils have been prepared by entities such as the Secretariat of the Basel Convention. However, these guidelines provide information on management of wastes in general and contain, at best, a generic description of destruction technologies. Local authorities and industry managers are increasingly in need of reliable information on various technology options for the safe treatment and disposal of waste oils. Technologies for recycling, reprocessing and destroying waste oils are not widely available in developing countries. As a result, technology choices, when they are made, may not be well-informed, resulting in poor or uneconomic outcomes. The use of obsolete or inappropriate technologies also results in serious environmental issues due to toxic air emissions and discharges of hazardous solid wastes.
Waste oil, waste rubber, waste tires    to diesel fuel:
With the development of the world industrial economy and the rapid increase of population, the global energy shortage and the environment are facing more and more serious problems. How to recycle all kinds of (Waste oil, waste rubber, waste tires) has attracted worldwide attention. Based on the current situation, CANBOND has development the latest waste (Waste oil, waste rubber, waste tires) recycling plant, which is aimed at solving the problem of waste oil pollution
Waste oil, waste rubber, waste tires    to diesel fuel:
With the development of the world industrial economy and the rapid increase of population, the global energy shortage and the environment are facing more and more serious problems. How to recycle all kinds of (Waste oil, waste rubber, waste tires) has attracted worldwide attention. Based on the current situation, CANBOND has development the latest waste (Waste oil, waste rubber, waste tires) recycling plant, which is aimed at solving the problem of waste oil pollution.

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