My thanks to Gary
Hunt, Richard Illig, Sue Schauls and Deb Jacobson for their responses to Mr.
Vinsonís question. We happen to be working with a NH metal fabricator
that generates > 3,000 gallons of spent machine lubricant and coolant, per
month. They just asked us the exact same question and the replies to Mr.
Vinsonís query will be invaluable to us.
Although some people
find it annoying to deal with a string of possibly irrelevant list serve
responses, there are just as many, like me, who appreciate and surreptitiously
use the resulting information.
NH Department of Environmental
firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Gary Hunt
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2009 9:03
Subject: RE: Cutting Oil Life
depends on the type of cutting fluid that is being used, the quantities
involved and the machining requirements. There are a number of well proven
ways that synthetic cutting fluids can be recycled and a lot of
info available. Check out http://wrrc.p2pays.org/industry/indsectinfo.asp?INDSECT=45
. References are a little dated, but the basics have not changed. Good
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firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Vinson, Thomas
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2009 1:15
Subject: Cutting Oil Life
Busan Korea. Jeff and I are in a meeting and we are being asked about
alternatives to extend the life of cutting oil. Does anyone have an
option for reuse of cutting oil, or any specific options for this