Effluent control & revenue from waste
The ultimate evolution of high volume FOG separation and removal is embodied in the RECOIL system from Recovered Oil Ltd. With patent-protected balancing of phase ratios, the Recoil plant is a fully integrated, self-regulating, FOG management system. A typical arrangement (pictured here at a leading UK Dairy plant):
is PCU controlled with pumps, sensors, meters and valves which move effluent through the system at up to 120m3/hr. Recovered FOG is delivered to storage automatically, ready for bulk collection.
FOG removal, which is significant in its own right, can also dramatically reduce Biological and Chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD & COD) meaning the resulting waste water gives reduced problems and costs in treatment works.
Utilising individually specified, industrial-scale Recoil units, the recovered oil has water contents as low as 0.5%, making it a high value revenue stream.
Depending on the materials involved, the optional twin auger filter system can produce remarkably dry waste solids and a significant additional revenue stream.
Equipped with an array of sophisticated sensors and feed-back loops, the RECOIL system is entirely self-regulating. With the ability to call on fresh or re-cycled water volumes, it will successfully process an astonishing range of incoming effluent compositions.
Applications include: Abbatoirs and Rendering Plants; Edible Oil Process Plants (supply or recovery); Cooking Facilities Frying (Crisps, Oven Chips, etc); Cooking Facilities Non-frying (Ready Meals, TV Dinners, etc); Dairy Facilities; Brown Grease and Grease Trap Content; and Hydrocarbon Contamination.
RECOIL is delivering a strong competitive advantage by comparison with Dissolved Air Flotation or DAF plants.RECOIL is delivered skid mounted and pre-wired for ease of installation and commissioning. The system requires a hot water supply or connection to existing steam return lines. 32 Amp three-phase (440-460V 50/60Hz) is also required. Tailored lease or rental plans are available and offer the potential for the RECOIL system to become self-financing in a remarkably short time.
This chicken preparation plant is using RECOIL to produce high volume, high quality recovered oil.