• Published 1982 in Environmental science & technology


Sunohio PCBX rigs arrive at the site of contamination "clean", no PCBs onboard. And the rigs leave "clean", no PCBs onboard. Contaminated oils are processed at the rate of 500 gallons per hour, and are perfectly reusable after processing. Over a half million gallons have been processed for customers. PCBX destroys PCBs. They are not buried, to become an ecological problem for future generations. They are not burned, a process that wastes valuable naphthenic base oils. They are not transported (over land . . . or sea) with the associated high risks of spills. They are not given off to the land, the air or the water.

DOI: 10.1021/es00101a717

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@article{1982Sunohio, title={Sunohio.}, author={}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={1982}, volume={16 7}, pages={372A} }