State-of-the-art environmental protection and maximum safety: A dark brown, oily mixture is pumped from the tanker into the two-step evaporation system. In the first step, a large part of the water is evaporated; in the second step, the residual water and oil can be perfectly separated from one another in the evaporation process. Clear water, which complies with European environmental standards, flows under one of the sight glasses and, after regular analysis, can be fed directly into the sewage system. The oil emerging from the separation is captured, transported to a cement plant and used there as an energy-rich and quality-assured fuel. The plant was built with a capacity of 12,000 t/a and was expanded to approx. 35,000 t/a by 2019 (status 2019).