Quantcast Appendix B Energy Usage and Waste Oil Generation -Cont. - mo9110052

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Energy Usage
Waste Oil Distribution
Location
All Fuel/ Fuel Oil/
Waste
Fuel Oil
Burned/
Disposal
Oil
Generated
All Energy All Fuel
Only
Method
(%)
(%)
(%)
(MBtu)
(%)
Sunnyvale, CA (1)
0
16.1
0.0
0
-
-
-
Treasure Island, CA (1)
36,101
64.2
9.2
0
0.0
-
-
Twentynine Palms, CA (1)
30,551
39.8
8.5
17,922
58.7
0
A
Vallejo, CA (4)
0
41.0
0.0
8,141
-
0
A
Bayview, ID (1)
0
0.0
-
Fallon, NV (1)
146,684
53.4
78.6
8,005
5.5
74
D,E
Cooshead, OR (1)
8,496
31.0
100.0
47
0.6
0
B
Magna, UT (1)
0
73.3
0.0
Bangor, WA (4)
178,415
23.2
34.5
20,353
11.4
0
F
Bremerton, WA (4)
1,149,986
38.3
88.5
88,195
7.6
0.2
E,F
1,588
1.0
100.0
Jim Creek, WA (1)
Keyport, WA (1)
33,328
35.3
916.2
6,785
20.4
0
A
Manchester, WA (1)
13,650
65.1
100.0
Oak Harbor, WA (1)
223
45.1
2.8
Pacific Beach, WA (1)
11,492
30.8
100.0
90
0.8
0
F
Seattle, WA (2)
24,498
52.7
11.0
204
0.8
0
F
Whidbey Island, WA (2)
28,136
37.2
6.2
6,784
24.1
0
A,D
Notes :
Figure in parentheses indicates number of activities surveyed at each location. Based on
information found in CY83 report of DEIS II supplied by NEESA. One gallon of waste oil =
0.1357 MBtu.  Disposition method notation: A = NAVSUP, DPDO or DLA handles resale;
B = Sell or give to haulers; C = Pay to have hauled away; D = Used for local firefighting
training; E = Used as an alternate boiler fuel; F = Give or sell to fuel depot for processing.
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