Category: Hazardous Waste

Permitted Used Oil Facilities

There are several types of permitted Used Oil Facilities in Utah. They are: Marketers Off-Specification Burners Re-Refiners and Processors Transporters and Transfer Facilities Contact The form for Transporters and Transfer Facilities, Off-Specification Burners, Marketers, and Re-refiners and Processors may downloaded and printed. Completed forms can then be mailed to the: Division of Waste Management and …

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Marketers:
Permitted Used Oil Facilities

Marketers are handlers who either direct shipments of used oil to be burned as fuel in regulated devices or, claim that EPA and State specifications are met for used oil. By definition, marketers fall into at least one of the following categories: Transporter Processor/Refiner Generator More information on Marketers: Registered Used Oil Marketers (18 KB) …

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Re-Refiners and Processors:
Permitted Used Oil Facilities

Re-refiners and processors are facilities that blend or remove impurities from used oil so that it can be burned for energy recovery or reused. Included in this category are re-refiners who process used oil so that it can be reused in a new product such as a lubricant. The most common method of recycling is …

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Transporters and Transfer Facilities:
Permitted Used Oil Facilities

Used Oil Transporters are companies that pick up used oil from various sources and deliver it to re-refiners, processors, or burners. Transfer facilities include facility where used oil is held for longer than 24 hours, but not longer than 35 days. Examples of transfer facilities are storage tanks, loading docks and parking areas. Annual Report: …

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Background:
Used Oil Program

Jump to: Funding and Priorities Grants Comments Because used oil recycling makes a contribution to present energy demands and offers a safe outlet for a material often dumped haphazardly into the environment, The U.S. Congress, the EPA, the Utah Legislature, and the Department of Environmental Quality have given special attention to its regulation. The 1993 …

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