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VeryOne Newsletter Issue nÂ°4
New VeryOne Storage in the Chicago Area
NOx Emissions at EURENCO Sorgues Plant
VeryOne production is carried out through two parallel lines, for a total annual capacity of 80.000 tons.
Thanks to the command of a clean technology, specific to EURENCO and developed since the 1980s, the production of VeryOne Cetane Improver generates a very low level of NOx emissions during the various stages of the process.
Compounding a low reaction temperature with the specific geometry of our nitration facility induces very low gas emissions in our nitration process (< 80 mg/Nm3 of air).
Regular monitoring is carried out, using EURENCO internal resources, on each of the facilities that can potentially generate NOx emissions. This expertise reveals VeryOne’s commitment to the respect of environmental standards.
Furthermore, old acids deriving from our production process are entirely reprocessed in dedicated facilities. In these units, NOx emissions are captured in adapted systems, treated and recycled as low concentration nitric acid, to be reconcentrated later on, prior to being reinserted in the production process.
The final gas emissions generated by our acid treatment facilities are compliant with the prefectoral decree and the NF EN 14792 standard, as it is much lower than 500 mg/Nm3 of air.
Once again, VeryOne reasserts its commitment to the respect of the environment.
Aging of VeryOne Cetane Improver
BUSINESS NEWS DIESEL
Â Diesel Consumption in France: a Heavyweight in Europe
In 2014, diesel consumption in France for cars and light vehicles went up 0,7% to reach 19.622.000 m3, whereas gasoline consumption went down 0,2% to 8.719.000 m3. Overall, diesel consumption by cars and light vehicles represents 70% of fuel consumption in France.
This light rise almost compensates the 1% drop in 2013. However, for gasoline, consumption has been steadily dropping since before 1990, at a rate of 5% each year before 2014. This might be due to the recent change of mind in France’s executives towards diesel fuel.
As far as trucks are concerned, diesel consumption dropped 2,4% in 2014, versus 0,4% in 2013. This might be due to the frozen economy in Europe that does not help commercial exchanges.
On the whole, diesel consumption for motorized vehicles represents 80% of the total fuel consumption in France, an all-time high.
Focus on Paris (France) and its Diesel Policy
War on Air Pollution in China