Waste Minimisation and End of Pipe Treatment in Chemical and Petrochemical (Water Science & Technology)
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Published by IWA Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Industrial chemistry,
  • Applied Sciences,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages436
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12254557M
ISBN 10190022254X
ISBN 109781900222549

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Waste minimisation and end of pipe treatment in chemical and petrochemical industries By A. Noyola, Hervé Macarie, F. Varela, S. Landrieu, R. Marcelo and M.A. Rosas. Proceedings waste minimisation and end of pipe treatment in chemical and petrochemical industries. By the chemical and petrochemical industries were almost refractory to the introduction of anaerobic digestion. The situation has reversed since and at least 63 full scale anaerobic plants are nowadays treating this type of waste in the Author: Hervé Macarie. Proceedings waste minimisation and end of pipe treatment in chemical and petrochemical industries. By A. Noyola, A petrochemical plant producing terephthalic acid faced a saturation of its wastewater treatment facilities due to an increase in production. In fact, the plant has been growing in the last years, and the effluents have been. Proceedings waste minimisation and end of pipe treatment in chemical and petrochemical industries. By P. Olguin Lora, M. Sjolund, Cyril Tracol and J. Morvan. Abstract. The aim of this work is to study the acclimation of an activated sludge fed at a constant COD volumetric load, to a recalcitrant substrate: the 2,4,6-TCP. Phenol was used as an.

Several reasons exist for eliminating or reducing the volume of waste, such as increasing cost of end-of-pipe treatment, current legislation, and public pressure (Phillips, ; García et al. Historically, the waste treatment and process design were addressed independently due to the relatively low end-of-pipe treatment costs and environmental awareness. In the s the emphases shifted from end-of-pipe treatment to the reduction of wastes at source as a results of the increased environmental awareness and regulations. The wastewater produced by the petrochemical industry was found to be contaminated with a variety of toxic pollutants such as heavy metals [5] [6] [7] and using it for crop irrigation led to lower. Flexible treatment of petrochemical and oil waste disposal. Treatment of petrochemical wastes using Tetronics’ plasma technology offers commercial advantage over existing waste management options whilst reducing landfill liabilities and ensuring the conservation of natural resources.

Proceedings waste minimisation and end of pipe treatment in chemical and petrochemical industries. By D. Dupasquier, A. Dreyer, S. Revah and Richard Auria. Abstract. Degradation of MTBE vapors by cometabolism with pentane using a culture of pentane-oxidizing bacteria (#Pseudomonas aeruginosa$) was studied in a liters biofilter. Waste minimisation is a set of processes and practices intended to reduce the amount of waste produced. By reducing or eliminating the generation of harmful and persistent wastes, waste minimisation supports efforts to promote a more sustainable society. Waste minimisation involves redesigning products and processes and/or changing societal patterns of consumption and production. The increasing cost of 'end of the pipe hazardous waste management,' in addition to mainstreaming and operating efficient pollution control equipment has led many industries finding better ways to. Construction waste minimisation can be viewed as a threat requiring ever-increasing expenditure on end-of-pipe recycling tools and technologies to meet ever-increasing legislation, or as an opportunity to cut costs and improve performance. The choice should be obvious, but there is a .