Mr. Jameeluddin Shaikh

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JAMEELUDDIN
SHAIKH
Manufacturing
Manager,
UNILUBE
 Jameeluddin is currently working in “UNITED
LUBE OIL COMPANY LTD” since 2001.
 He Holds a Bachelor Degree in Chemical
Engineering.
 He is having extensive experience in refinery
operations, process, quality and Business
development. He is responsible for Plant
production and reliability of operations.
 Prior to this, he was associated with SABIC for 3
years.
INDEX
 Introduction
 Sources of Used Oil & Global Share of Lubricants.
 Used Oil Management/Disposal Options.
 Legal regulations & Environmental Benefits.
 Generic Technologies for Waste Oil Rerefining/Recycling.
 Screening and Ranking of Technologies.
 Products from Used Oil Re-refining.
 Used Oil Collection and Regulation requirements.
 UNILUBE Contribution towards Environment.
 Contact us
INTRODUCTION
What is Used oil?
Used oil is an oil from industrial or non-industrial sources
which has been used for lubricating or other purposes and
has become unsuitable for its original purpose due to the
presence of contaminants / impurities or the loss of its
original properties.
“ Lube oil doesn’t wear out, its just get dirty only “
USED OIL MANAGEMENT
Used Oil Disposal Options
APPLICATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN
Re-refining
Environmentally sound and Most Preferred Option to
handle used oil.
Reprocessing
Acceptable, but produces toxic residues in the form of
sludge which require special handling and disposal.
Direct re-use
Environmentally safe, if separated contaminants are
properly disposed
Burning
Particulate Emission, Deviating ambient air quality
guidelines. Direct and Indirect effect on Human health.
Road Oiling For Dust
Suppression
Prevents dust pollution but leads to soil contamination,
wash off with rain water, if poorly applied oil can run off
directly into culverts.
Disposal to Landfills and into
waterways.
Severe Environmental Impacts
COMPARATIVE EMISSIONS
Burned in Small Boiler
Lube Re-Refining
(TPY)
(TPY)
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
228
<25
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
60
<1
Sulphur Oxides (SOx)
882
<25
Particulate Matter (PM)
62
<2
Emissions
WHY RE-REFINE OIL ?
 Disposal of Used Oil into the eco-system creates
Environmental Hazards.
 US-EPA quoted: "Just one gallon of used oil has the potential
to contaminate upto one million gallons of drinking water.“
 Burning used-oil is highly toxic that can release carcinogens.
 Helps reduce the depletion of the world Oil reserves.
 Generates Employment.
LEGAL REGULATIONS
 In 1992 Saudi Arabia adopted the Basic Law(commonly
referred to as the constitution of Saudi Arabia) Article 32 of
the Basic Law states that,
"The state works for the preservation, protection, and
improvement of the environment, and for the prevention of
pollution".
 Saudi Arabia is a signatory to the 1989 Basel Convention on
the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous
Wastes and their disposal.
CRUDE VS. RE-REFINING
ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS
 Effective management of used oil is important to human
health and to the environment.
 Re-refining promotes proper collection of used oil and
protect contaminating landfills and soil; out of rivers, lakes,
streams and groundwater; and away from the beach, aquatic
life and wildlife.
 Re-refining causes far less environmental impact than
processing from crude oil.
 Significant energy savings: Re-refining option requires less
energy to produce base Oil than to refine from the Crude Oil.
TECHNOLOGIES FOR RE-REFINING
Generic Technologies
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Acid Activated Clay Technology.
Vacuum Distillation/Evaporation Technology.
Hydrogenation Based Technologies.
Ultra-Filtration Technology.
Extraction Based Technologies.
Based on the generic technologies referred in, many companies
have developed specific processes for Re-refining/recycling
waste oils.
SCREENING OF TECHNOLOGY
Does the
Does the
Is the Does the
technology
Is the
technology
Is the
Is the
technolo technolo
comply technology
use
technology
technolog
gy
gy have Outcome
with
technically indigenous
generally
y
simple flexibility (Selected/not
national suitable in materials and
environme
generally
to
in use of selected)
and local the local
is it nonntally
safe?
operate raw
regulations context? dependent
friendly?
?
material?
?
on imports?
Technology
Does the
technology
comply with
international
regulations?
Vacuum distillation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Selected
Thin film evaporation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Selected
Falling film evaporation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Selected
Acid-clay process
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Not Selected
Extraction based
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Not selected
Acid activated clay
process
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Not Selected
RANKING TECHNOLOGY
Ranking
Score
Technology
1
770
Extraction based
2
710
Vacuum distillation based
3
640
Falling film evaporation
4
520
Thin film evaporation
5
360
Acid activated clay process
RE-REFINING STAGES
 Used oil collection from industries (All Type of
Industries) and oil change centers.
 Pre-treatment to remove water.
 Chemical treatment.
 Separation of trace water.
 Separation of light ends.
 Separation of heavy residue.
 Fractionation of recovered base oil to various
viscosity grades.
PRODUCT FROM USED OIL
WATER
LIGHT END-1
Used Oil Rerefining
LIGHT END-2
BASE OILS
BOTTOM HEAVY EXTRACT
USED OIL COLLECTION
Industrial Sector :
The used Lube oils generated at industrial plants are generally
mixtures of various oils such turbine oil, heat transfer oil,
compressor oil ,hydraulic oil, synthetic oils, solvents and cutting
oils.
Automotive Sector :
Used oils are generated at service stations, garages, new car
dealer showrooms, other retail establishments and automotive
fleet service areas.
Collection and Transportation:
Used Lube Oils from above sectors are collected by small
volume dyna trucks and brought to the refining plant centre.
REQUIREMENT FROM AUTHORITIES
 Need for Legislation, regulations and statutes for
effective management of used oils.
 Awareness among Industries and automotive sector
to deliver the used oil to reputable management
facilities.
 Minimize the non-conventional uses of used oil.
CONTRIBUTION TO ENVIRONMENT
 Awareness among Industries and society is key for proper
disposal options such as re-refining.
 UNILUBE is carrying out noble mission of contributing to
environment since its inception(Year-2002).
 UNILUBE re-refining process is best method to deal with Used
lube Oils since it converts waste into products.
 UNILUBE provides value added products while conserving
energy.
 UNILUBE effective management of Used Oil has played key
role in environmental protection.
CONTACT US
CORPORATE OFFICE
UNITED LUBE OIL COMPANY LTD
Support Industries Park, Section 3,
Jubail Industrial City 31961
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel. No.+966-13-341 1179; +966-3-341 1168
Alternate Tel.: +966-3-340 4913; +966-3-340 4914;
Fax No. +966-3-341 1344
E-Mail: [email protected] / [email protected]
URL: www.u-lube.com
THANK YOU

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