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Main Title Evaluation of VOC (volatile carbon) emissions from wastewater systems (secondary emissions) {MICROFICHE}
Author Cox, R. D. ; Steimetz, J. I. ; Lewis, D. L. ; Wetherold, R. G.
CORP Author Cox, R. D.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Research Laboratory,
Year Published 1984
Report Number EPA-68-03-3038; EPA-600/2-84-080
Stock Number PB84-173780
Additional Subjects Air pollution ; Organic compounds ; Chemical industry ; Water pollution control ; Aeration ; Anaerobic processes ; Assessments ; Sampling ; Field tests ; Gas chromatography ; Mass spectroscopy ; Sites ; Tables(Data) ; Design criteria ; Performance evaluation ; Volatile organic compounds ; Air water interfaces ; Air pollution sampling ; Air pollution detection
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NTIS  PB84-173780 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation 155 p.
Abstract
The technical objective of this project was to obtain data for evaluating volatile carbon (VOC) emissions from wastewater treatment facilities for the synthetic organic chemicals manufacturing industry (SOCMI). VOC emissions data were obtained using the Concentration-Profile technique and were compared to emission rate data obtained by predictive modeling. Methods for sampling and analysis of VOC emissions in ambient air were evaluated and refined to obtain the necessary data. The comparison of measured and predicted flux rates was performed on data obtained from two wastewater treatment facilities; one that used forced aeration and one anaerobic facility. The field sampling procedure (Concentration-Profile) involved determining temperature, wind speed and VOC species concentrations at six logarithmically spaced heights above the water surface. VOC species were determined by collecting time integrated air samples in evacuated stainless steel canisters and analyzing these by cryogenic concentration and high resolution gas chromatography using simultaneous flame ionization and photoionization detection.
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Microfiche.