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Main Title Physical, Chemical, and Biological Treatment Techniques for Industrial Wastes. Volume II.
Author Berkowitz., Joan B. ;
CORP Author Little (Arthur D.), Inc., Cambridge, Mass.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.
Year Published 1976
Report Number ADL-C-78950; EPA-68-01-3554; EPA/SW-148c;
Stock Number PB-275 287
Additional Subjects Industrial waste treatment ; Hazardous materials ; Reviews ; Water pollution control ; Design criteria ; Economics ; Energy consumption ; Separation ; Evaporation ; Filtration ; flocculation ; Stripping(Distillation) ; Sedimentation ; Flotation ; Freeze drying ; Crystallization ; Hydrolysis ; Ion exchanging ; Extraction ; Organic compounds ; Oxidation ; Reduction(Chemistry) ; Reverse osmosis ; Distillation ; Refining ; Neutralization ; Ozonation ; Biological industrial waste treatment ; Ultrafiltration ; High gradient magnetic separation
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NTIS  PB-275 287 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
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There is a strong need for treatment processes which can detoxify, destroy, or apply resource recovery principles to industrial wastes. This study examined 47 unit engineering processes for their applicability to the task of treating hazardous industrial wastes. Some of these unit processes are commonly used for industrial waste treatment while others require further R&D efforts before they will become commercially attractive. Four (dialysis, electrophoresis, freeze drying and zone refining) were found not to be applicable to waste treatment. Part Two of this report presents comprehensive descriptions of each of the unit processes, including information on the basic principles, areas of application, economics, energy and environmental considerations, and an outlook for future use on industrial wastes. Thus, Part Two is in essence an up-to-date reference textbook on potential treatment processes. Volume 2 is a continuation of the process descriptions started in volume 1.