United States, 21st Jul 2022, Tayras and Sequoia are pleased to announce the completion of one year of operations of Tayras’ state-of-the-art re-refining plant located at Osmanelli, Turkey. The plant is capable of processing 60000 metric tonnes per year of the waste into high-quality API Group 2+ base oil, meeting the most stringent specifications for sulfur, VI, volatility, and even polyaromatic hydrocarbons concentrations. Sequoia designed, specified and supplied all process equipment for the used lubricating oil processing plant based on its vacuum distillation and hydrogenation technologies.
Rohit Joshi, managing director of Sequoia companies said: “This plant represents an important achievement for our dedicated team and I am grateful to Mehmet Afsin and his colleagues for this wonderful opportunity. I hope we have met their expectations. I also want to thank all of Sequoia’s employees who worked tirelessly through covid to meet our obligations to Tayras.”
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TAYRAS is pursuing Value Products, vision and mission to achieve Clean Production Technology and Added its particularly underlined in the Environmental Law and the relevant Regulations by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization for Recycling of Used Lubricating Oil.
Since 2006, Sequoia Global Inc. (USA) and its affiliate Sequoia Energy & Environment Pvt. Ltd of Pune, India has been providing design, engineering and equipment for recycling of liquid wastes. These include spent lubricating oils, antifreeze, plastics, fuels and certain wastewaters. Sequoia has completed similar projects in the USA, UK and several other countries around the world.
Contact Rohit Joshi, Sequoia Global for more information at +1 703 565 2558 or email@example.com.
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