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Representative analysis of contents of distinct oil-separators and emulsions in Berlin and West Germany concerning the composition and the presence of harmful components. Final report; Repraesentative Untersuchungen von Oelabscheiderinhalten und Emulsionen in Berlin und Westdeutschland hinsichtlich Zusammensetzung und Vorhandensein von umwelgefaehrdenden Beimischungen. Schlussbericht

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Both in Berlin (B) and Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW) about 150 samples have been taken out of oil-separators belonging to distinct branches. 90% of all samples have been had clearly separated oil/water-phases. Analytical results in the oil-phase (315 samples): PCB`s: In the range >1,5 mg/kg in B/NRW about 50/60%, in the range >3 mg/kg about 33/37%, in the range >10 mg/kg about 8/12%, and in the range >20 mg/kg about 1/4% of the analysed oils have been PCB-containing. The highest finding frequency in the range >1.5 mg/kg has been found at the Public Institutions. - The PCB-types being found in (B), resp. in (NRW) seem to be typically distinguished: In (B) have been found overwhelmingly Clophen 40/60, while in (NRW) overwhelmingly 28/40. - Chlorine in the oil-phases have been found both in (B) and NRW in 90% of the oil-phases in the range lower than 0,05% chlorine. - The heating-energy of 90% of the oils both in (B) and (NRW) have about 40000 kJ/kg oil. - The metal-freight in the oils (192 samples) have alltogether in (B) about 150-450 mg/kg oil while in NRW about 750-1900 mg/kg oil. - Chlorphenoles (30 samples) have not to be found. Results in the water-phase (because  More>>
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Publication Date:
Nov 01, 1990
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
ETDE-mf-93742759
Reference Number:
SCA: 020900; 023000; PA: DE-92:015448; SN: 93000903744
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Nov 1990
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; MINERAL OILS; EMULSIONS; CHEMICAL COMPOSITION; PHASE STUDIES; AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS; POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS; WASTE OILS; ORGANIC CHLORINE COMPOUNDS; AROMATICS; METALS; POLLUTION SOURCES; 020900; 023000; ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS; PROPERTIES AND COMPOSITION
OSTI ID:
10104965
Research Organizations:
GAB Umweltzschutz Gesellschaft fuer Altstoffbeseitigung mbH, Berlin (Germany); Bundesministerium fuer Forschung und Technologie, Bonn (Germany)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE93742759; CNN: Contract BMFT 326-4014-01450527; TRN: DE9215448
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only)
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
88 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Neuling, P. Representative analysis of contents of distinct oil-separators and emulsions in Berlin and West Germany concerning the composition and the presence of harmful components. Final report; Repraesentative Untersuchungen von Oelabscheiderinhalten und Emulsionen in Berlin und Westdeutschland hinsichtlich Zusammensetzung und Vorhandensein von umwelgefaehrdenden Beimischungen. Schlussbericht. Germany: N. p., 1990. Web.
Neuling, P. Representative analysis of contents of distinct oil-separators and emulsions in Berlin and West Germany concerning the composition and the presence of harmful components. Final report; Repraesentative Untersuchungen von Oelabscheiderinhalten und Emulsionen in Berlin und Westdeutschland hinsichtlich Zusammensetzung und Vorhandensein von umwelgefaehrdenden Beimischungen. Schlussbericht. Germany.
Neuling, P. 1990. "Representative analysis of contents of distinct oil-separators and emulsions in Berlin and West Germany concerning the composition and the presence of harmful components. Final report; Repraesentative Untersuchungen von Oelabscheiderinhalten und Emulsionen in Berlin und Westdeutschland hinsichtlich Zusammensetzung und Vorhandensein von umwelgefaehrdenden Beimischungen. Schlussbericht." Germany.
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title = {Representative analysis of contents of distinct oil-separators and emulsions in Berlin and West Germany concerning the composition and the presence of harmful components. Final report; Repraesentative Untersuchungen von Oelabscheiderinhalten und Emulsionen in Berlin und Westdeutschland hinsichtlich Zusammensetzung und Vorhandensein von umwelgefaehrdenden Beimischungen. Schlussbericht}
author = {Neuling, P}
abstractNote = {Both in Berlin (B) and Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW) about 150 samples have been taken out of oil-separators belonging to distinct branches. 90% of all samples have been had clearly separated oil/water-phases. Analytical results in the oil-phase (315 samples): PCB`s: In the range >1,5 mg/kg in B/NRW about 50/60%, in the range >3 mg/kg about 33/37%, in the range >10 mg/kg about 8/12%, and in the range >20 mg/kg about 1/4% of the analysed oils have been PCB-containing. The highest finding frequency in the range >1.5 mg/kg has been found at the Public Institutions. - The PCB-types being found in (B), resp. in (NRW) seem to be typically distinguished: In (B) have been found overwhelmingly Clophen 40/60, while in (NRW) overwhelmingly 28/40. - Chlorine in the oil-phases have been found both in (B) and NRW in 90% of the oil-phases in the range lower than 0,05% chlorine. - The heating-energy of 90% of the oils both in (B) and (NRW) have about 40000 kJ/kg oil. - The metal-freight in the oils (192 samples) have alltogether in (B) about 150-450 mg/kg oil while in NRW about 750-1900 mg/kg oil. - Chlorphenoles (30 samples) have not to be found. Results in the water-phase (because of 30 samples, only trend-report): AOX in general low (0,1-1 mg/l), metal-freight very dependent on the pH (in acid waters about 40 mg/l, in alcaline ones about 80 mg/l), acid and alcaline water-phases only in (NRW). Conclusions: (1) Analysis of PCB-types in other regions of the FRG, finding out the origine of PCB`s resp. the paths of distribution. (2) Answering the question of the dominance of PCB`s distribution in the oil-separators of Publ.Inst. (3) Because of dioxin-danger intensively controlling input-checks of the waste going to the waste-burning-plant at Schoeneiche/(B). (orig.) With 11 refs., 16 tabs.}
place = {Germany}
year = {1990}
month = {Nov}
}