Ecological and energetic assessment of re-refining waste oils to base oils: Substitution of primarily produced base oils including semi-synthetic and synthetic compounds
The regeneration of waste oil for the recovery of base oils leads to significant resource preservation and relief from environmental burdens,...
GEIR news September 2018
Building on the Communication it published in January 2018 on the interface between chemical, product and waste legislation, and as part of the...
2019 UEIL Annual Congress
23-25 October 2019
2018 NORA Conference and Trade Show
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2018 UEIL Annual Congress
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Who are we?
Used lubricating oils represent the largest amount of liquid, non-aqueoushazardous waste in the world. GEIR member companies are active throughout Europe in supporting the collection of used oils and re-refining these back to valuable lubricant base oils.
GEIR (Groupement Européen de l’Industrie de la Régénération), the European Re-refining Industry section of UEIL (Independent Union of the European Lubricants industry), is located in Brussels.