Since the industrial revolution, we create a pollutant that poisons our planet every day. This pollutant is used oils. Why?
Lubricants specifically are included in a linear economy.
This means that it is necessary to:
-Extract a non-renewable resource (Oil: it took hundreds of miles of years to do)
-Transport it-Process it (Refine it)
-Distribute it-Consume it (at this moment it becomes a pollutant)
-Discard it. Used Oil is normally Burned (67% in CR> C02) or Discarded (* 1 drop contaminated 1000L water)
But there is a solution to this problem!
Apply circular economy methods to recover base oil that only gets dirty and contaminates. We do this by passing the used oil through the same Refinement process. In this process it is purified by means of a series of towers under vacuum and at high temperature, which distills the oil to purify it more and more and obtain a quality base oil; Re-purified
As it happens in nature. It rains, the sun rises and the water evaporates, condenses and rains again. This is the circular economy for motor, gear and hydraulic oils. An infinitely better process that is already used in developed countries.
Quantity of c02 in the ATMOSPHERE
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Food for thought: Earth is 4.6 billion years old. We are going to scale that to 46 years. We humans have been here for 4 hours. Our industrial revolution started 1 minute ago. At that time, we have destroyed more than 50% of the world’s forests.
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