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Title: Challenges in Pretreatment/Treatment of Oil in Water Emulsions for Oil Waste Management in the Context of Sustainable Development
Authors: Arama, Madalina Georgeta 
Kim, Lidia 
Stroia, Diana 
Keywords: Emulsions;Oil-in water emulsions;Waste oils
Issue Date: Apr-2020
Publisher: SYSCOM 18 SRL
The purpose of the article is to present practical, technical and ecological challenges in the pretreatment/treatment technologies of spent oil waste that are oil-in-water emulsion systems containing high volumes of water difficult to be temporary stored. A set of experimental tests on representative oil-in-water spent emulsions have been realized based on a set of treatment screening criteria so that any oil-waste producer/holder can use them to find best pretreatment solutions preventing on-site oil waste generation and preserving in the same time depletion of non-renewable natural resources by recovery of valuable components in the context of sustainable development.
Revista de Chimie, 71 (4), 2020, pp. 297-303
ISSN: 2668-8212
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