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Uzbek-Bulgarian facility to recycle motor oils

Europe – A new plant for recycling waste industrial oils is to be started up in Uzbekistan. On a yearly basis, the facility will be capable of processing up to 43 000 tonnes of waste motor oils.

The project has been initiated by the Uzbek-Bulgarian joint venture Uz-Prista Recycling which has been created by Bulgaria’s Prista Oil Holding EAD and Uznefteproduct JSC of Uzbekistan. Uz-Prista already produces up to 30 types of synthetic, semi-synthetic, mineral, hydraulic and gear oil, as well as special fluids and antifreezes.

The products are supplied into the domestic market and exported to several Central Asian countries.

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