Lubricants permeate every aspect of our lives and are needed wherever machines are used. All moving parts, like engines, motors, compressors and drive-trains require lubricating oil which needs to be changed periodically. As a consequence, every year over 40 BILLION litres of used oil is generated globally, a significant portion of which is NOT adequately disposed.

Just to give you an idea of the environmental impact of improper disposal of used oil, 1 litre of used oil can contaminate and poison over a million litres of potable water.

An effective method of addressing the environmental hazards posed by the burgeoning volume of used oil generated globally is USED OIL REGENERATION.

There are 2 major differences between producing lubricating oil from crude oil versus regenerating used oil - Time and Energy. Without prospecting, trailing and extracting crude oil, regenerated oil actually saves energy, reduces emissions and saves on our planet's fossil fuel reserves. That means regenerated oil has less of an environmental impact compared with producing the same product from crude oil. It not only meets international standards but also meets our own stringent standards for base and lubricating oils. The same quality, same protection, same effectiveness and it also protects our precious environment for ourselves as well as our future generations.