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2.8.2  Cost  of  Burning  Waste  Oil
Based  on  the  above
typical  cost  and  savings  factors  for  use  in  calculating  the
economics  of  burning  the  waste  oil  are  as  follows:
Recurring
Costs:
o
Segregation
required
only
for
burning.
o
Testing
to
determine
safe
burning
properties.
o
Mixing/blending
of
waste
oil
with
new
fuel,
if
required.
o
Price  that  waste  oil  could  be  sold  for  under  contract.
(If waste oil is burned, the  income  loss  from  potential
sale is a cost of burning.)
One-Time
Costs:
o
New  facilities
and
equipment
required
to
use
waste
oil
as a fuel.
Savings:
o
Cost of new fuel not purchased due to burning waste oil.
If  the  savings  in  fuel  purchases  are  greater  than  recurring
costs,  the  payback  period  for  the  one-time  cost  can  be  calculated
(see  Appendix  C  for  details).
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