Treatment facility for pumped oily waste
The treatment of hazardous liquid oily waste (petroleum, oil, liquid fuels and waste containing bituminous minerals) takes place in a designated treatment facility. Waste suitable for treatment:
- Bilge water and sludge
- Scrubber residues
- Bottom residues and wash water of fuel terminal tanks
- Other fuel waste
- Used engine, gearbox, transmission and hydraulic oils
- Other petroleum-based pumped waste
The oily waste treatment facility established in 2010 has the capacity to turn treated waste into products that can be recycled. The treatment facility has now become one of the most modern and efficient oily waste treatment complexes in the Baltic region. We will find a swift and environmentally friendly solution to our clients’ problems even if some waste oils or fuel have got into the water tank or if any fuel residues are discovered in an old underground fuel tank. Contact us and we will be sure to find a solution to your waste-related problem!
Waste management services
Learn more about the waste management services below, select the ones that best suit your needs and contact us.
How does it work?
In short, the handling of oily waste consists of the following steps.
Oily waste is transported to the treatment facility for further treatment
Waste oil is pre-treated
Sludge and water are removed from waste in the centrifuge and decanter
The fuel component, a recyclable resource, obtained from purified waste is pumped into the tank
What is liquid oily waste?
The treatment of hazardous liquid oily waste takes place in a designated treatment facility.
Bilge water and sludge
Bottom residues and wash water of fuel terminal tanks
Other fuel waste
Used engine, gearbox, transmission and hydraulic oils
Other petroleum-based pumped waste