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Main Title Environmental Technology Verification: Hydromatix 786E Ion Exchange Rinsewater Recycling System.
CORP Author California Environmental Protection Agency, Sacramento. Dept. of Toxic Substance Control.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Year Published 2002
Report Number DTSC R-02-01; EPA 600/R-02/038
Stock Number PB2013-100284
Additional Subjects Ion exchange ; Recycling ; Waste water ; Analytical techniques ; Anions ; Cations ; Cleaning ; Electroplating ; Functionality ; Hazardous materials ; Metals ; Resin ; Solid waste disposal ; Verification ; Environmental Technology Verification(ETV) ; Hydromatix 786E system
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NTIS  PB2013-100284 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 11/19/2013
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Abstract
The verification report found in this document reviews the performance of the Hydromatix 786E Ion Exchange Rinsewater Recycling System. The 786E system is used in various Metal Products and Machinery (MP&M) industries to treat rinse wastewaters, and features special provisions to minimize the regenerant waste volume produced. The 786E system treats rinse wastewaters by removing the cations and anions resulting from electroplating, cleaning, and anodizing operations, and minimizes the regenerant wastes produced by reusing portions of the regenerant waste solutions. Regeneration of ion exchange resins consists of a series of acid and base rinses which result in restored resin functionality. The regeneration technology utilizes a process logic controller (PLC), sensors, and associated plumbing for regeneration of the resins and for collection and reuse of portions of the regenerant waste solution. This verification report quantified the rinse wastewater treatment by measuring the volumes and concentrations entering and leaving the 786E system, and characterized the regeneration procedures by measuring the regenerant waste volume produced and by determining the regeneration efficiency.