||Demonstration of ultrafiltration and carbon adsorption for treatment of industrial laundering wastewater /
Kleper, Myles H. ;
Goldsmith, Robert L. ;
Gollan, Arye Z.
||Abcor, Inc., Wilmington, MA. Walden Research Div. ;Institute of Industrial Launderers, Inc., Washington, DC.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab.-Cincinnati, OH. Industrial Pollution Control Div.
|| Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Available through the National Technical Information Service,
Laundry industry--Waste disposal. ;
Water pollution control ;
Industrial waste treatment ;
Activated carbon ;
Capitalized costs ;
Operating costs ;
Cost analysis ;
Pilot plants ;
Process charting ;
Design criteria ;
Waste water reuse
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||xii, 109 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
This study of industrial laundry wastewater treatment by ultrafiltration and activated carbon adsorption has indicated that a consistently high quality product water, potentially reusable within the laundry, can be produced. The operation of the spiral-wound ultrafiltration modules was, however, hindered by the fouling tendency of the feed stream. Average module permeate flux was therefore low. This factor, in turn, resulted in high capital and operating cost estimates for full-scale treatment systems.
Prepared in cooperation with the Institute of Industrial Launderers. Submitted by the Walden Division of Abcor, inc., under grant no. S-804367-01. Includes bibliographical references (page 85). Microfiche.