Practical Feasibility Evaluation of Combusting Waste Petroleum Oils and Lubricants in Existing Heating Plant Boilers.
Final rept. 5 Jan-1 Jul 74,
AIR FORCE WEAPONS LAB KIRTLAND AFB N MEX
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Research has begun to evaluate the practical feasibility of combusting waste petroleum, oils, and lubricants POLs in existing heating plant boilers at three Air Force bases. The three bases are Seymour-Johnson, Loring, and McConnell AFB. This report describes the heating plants at the three bases, the types and quantities of waste POLs generated, and the waste POL transfer systems that were designed for each base. Economic analysis, as reported, indicates a definite and significant monetary savings that can be realized from reduced fuel oil andor natural gas consumption by combusting waste POLs and taking advantage of their heating value. The test plan for actual several month evaluation of waste POL combustion at the three bases is described and includes air pollution sampling and identification of any operational problems.
- Lubricants and Hydraulic Fluids
- Air Pollution and Control