Recycling of Waste Oils: Technology and Application
Garroni, Sebastiano (editor)
Mannu, Alberto (editor)
The increasing demand for alternative energy feedstocks is pushing many stakeholders toward the development of new processes, technologies, regulations, as well as new production and economical models. Waste oils represent a consolidated source of valuable raw materials for many industries and, as in the case of used vegetable oils, fit well with the medium- and long-term sustainability objectives of industrialized countries. Waste oils are transversal to many value chains, such as food, the plastic industry, and fossil fuel extraction; thus, they could represent precious raw materials if properly exploited. In this context, a state of the art is provided, which covers technical, regulatory, and research aspects of the topic.
Keywordspolymer-flooding produced water; filtration; interception characteristics; filter medium pollution; PPSO; volatiles; FAs; antioxidant activity; phenolics; waste cooking oil; biolubricant; biodiesel; recycling; vegetable oil filtration; vegetable oil degumming; nuclear magnetic resonance; free fatty acids; acid value; NMR quantification; waste cooking oils; waste oil characterization; used vegetable oil; bio-lubricant; legislation; waste plastic pyrolysis oil; paraffin enrichment; DMF equilibrium extraction; DMSO equilibrium extraction; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general