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Best Practices


Saheli’s awareness of environmental issues has led us to develop a range of eco-friendly products for use in many applications where leakage or accidental spill can occur and cause serious damage to the environment.

Furthermore, Saheli provides you with advice beyond practical rules about handling lubricants and greases, as well as managing waste products to reduce environmental impacts.

General Informations

A. Different types of waste oils

There are two main types of waste oils:

  • Black oils, regrouping motor oil and some industrial oils (tempering oil, metal rolling oil, wire drawing oil, etc.). These oils after use are highly degraded and contaminated, having undergone severe mechanical and thermal stresses and then heavily loaded with metals and residues from combustion. They mainly come from automotive lubrication.
  • Light oils, mainly from industrial applications, transformers, hydraulic systems, turbines, etc. These oils are generally slightly contaminated or deteriorated. They can easily be regenerated by simple purification (filtration, centrifugation).
B. Hazards to humans and the environment
C. Recycling of waste oils

How to handle the used oils ?

A. Storage
B. The Collection
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