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Main Title Treatment technology for pesticide manufacturing effluents: bentazon /
Author Handy, Robert W., ; Smith, D. J. ; Green, D. A.
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Smith, Doris J.
Green, D. A.
CORP Author Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, NC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Publisher GPO,
Year Published 1985
Report Number EPA/600/2-85/015; EPA-68-02-3626
Stock Number PB85-176816
Subjects Pesticides--Environmental aspects. ; Factory and trade waste. ; Daphnia. ; High performance liquid chromatography. ; Water--Pollution ; Sewage disposal
Additional Subjects Pesticides ; Water pollution control ; Chemical industry ; Manufacturing ; Industrial waste treatment ; Operating costs ; Cost analysis ; Oxygen organic compounds ; Basagran ; Water pollution detection ; Benzothiadiazinone dioxide/isopropyl ; High performance liquid chromatography
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NTIS  PB85-176816 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 51 pages : illustrations
Abstract
The report gives results of laboratory studies of the treatability of wastewater generated from the manufacture of bentazon. The wastewater was characterized for pesticide content by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Toxicity determinations on bentazon and its major treatment product (dichlorobentazon) were conducted with Daphnia Magna. Bentazon was not toxic to the daphnids at concentrations of up to 50 ppm. The major known by-product of chlorination of bentazon is dichlorobentazon, which is toxic to daphnids at 50 ppm. The removal of bentazon from wastewater by treatment with sodium hypochlorite was emphasized. The effects of variations in the pH, amount of hypochlorite, temperature, and mode of hypochlorite addition were studied. Temperature and the mode of addition had little effect on the removal of bentazon. It was found that bentazon is most efficiently removed by hypochlorite when the pH is 2 or below and when a 245- to 370-fold excess of hypochlorite is used. Based on assumed rates of process wastewater production, the total cost of the treatment was estimated.
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Caption title. "March 1985." "EPA/600/2-85/015." Microfiche.