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Dispose of My leftover naphtha

Dispose of My leftover naphtha

Dispose of My leftover naphtha

How Can I Safely Dispose of My leftover naphtha?

RE: Dispose of My leftover naphtha

To the furnaces.

RE: Dispose of My leftover naphtha

did you mean incinerator?!!

if you mean furnace, it is not possible because the quantity of the naphtha is limited about 1000 m3

RE: Dispose of My leftover naphtha

Blend it into fuel oil. Or re-process with slop oil?

Process Engineer, MSChE

RE: Dispose of My leftover naphtha

Flare it or sell it to someone who wants naphtha as a feed!!!

RE: Dispose of My leftover naphtha

We don't know anything about your company, so you can't expect good answers.
Many things are possible, return to storage, in the cracking furnaces, or like dsb sais: sell it.

RE: Dispose of My leftover naphtha

thank you everybody for your cooperation

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