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REFINERY OILY RESIDUALS - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

title: refinery oily residuals 1 refinery oily residuals cost minimization strategy dsm environmental services, inc. p.o. box 442128 houston, tx 77244-2128 (281) 870-8676

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DSM Refinery Oily Residuals Cost Minimization Prog

Slide14: Refinery Selected Strategy - Case History Optimize, modify and add management practices for 95% on-site oily residual processing Projected 5-year cost savings for Refinery validated and approved “DSM Optimization / Implementation Plan” range from $45.0 - $68.0

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Waste Minimization for Selected Residuals in the Petroleum

Volume Reduction Methods Used for Residual Oil Tank Sediment Volume Reduction Method Filtration, CentrifUging, Dewatering Distillate Wash Settling Thermal Emulsion Break Phase Separation TOTAL Number of Streams1 19 3 2 1 1 26 (32% of total streams) 1 The number of streams and percentage do not directly correlate to the total number of streams presented in Table IV-4 due to multiple volume

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DSM Refinery Oily Residuals Cost Minimization Prog Tags: Cost, DSM, Oily, Refinery, Residuals. By: Rainero 801 Views Entertainment 141 months ago Refinery Machines by Sladjana Enterprises, Mumbai Sladjana Enterprises is a Mumbai based firm engaged in manufacturing/servicing of Refinery Machines of superior quality and eco- friendly Electrolytic

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Strategic Management and Automation of Refinery Offsite

The refinery operations are categorized as onsite operations and offsite operations. All process units and ancillary facilities fall under onsite operations and they mainly focus on safe, efficient and optimized production of inter-units feedstocks.

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Waste Management in the Chemical and Petroleum

Increasingly, the need to produce without pollution is the preferred model for industry, and the strategy of waste minimization is seen as the best way forward. This is particularly relevant in the petrochemical and chemical industries, where large quantities of hazardous and toxic wastes are produced which can pose formidable disposal problems.

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