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Corrects the view that BS 7750 environmental management systems cannot be integrated in BS 7750 quality management systems. Explains that BS 7750 is compatible with European and British systems but that some managements may prefer not to integrate.
Describes the three main methods of used oil recycling. Details the laundering process carried out by Smallman Lubricants and the subsequent quality tests. Refers to environmental and health aspects. Mentions three other reprocessing technologies.
Describes the Amocut advanced monitoring system developed in the UK and Italy for the automatic monitoring of pH value, concentration, tramp oil, particulates (by abrasion), corrosivity and microbial activity of metalworking fluids.
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