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RECORD NUMBER: 25 OF 41
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||LSW-500 Disposal of Air Force Liquid Wastes.|
|Publisher||Combustion Power Co Inc,|
|Report Number||AFWL-TR-74-70; F29601-73-C-0128; AD-A010 429|
|Subjects||Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies. ; Air Pollution and Control. ; Water Pollution and Control. ; Waste disposal. ; Incinerators. ; Liquid wastes. ; Combustion. ; Fuels. ; Feasibility studies. ; Oils. ; Solid wastes. ; Thermal degradation. ; Lubricants. ; Fluidized bed processes. ; Paint removers. ; Herbicides. ; Sewage disposal. ; Garbage disposal.|
"AD-A010 429." "AFWL-TR-74-70." "F29601-73-C-0128." "Filmed 7-2-75 NTIS." Microfiche.
Presented are the results of a feasibility investigation on thermal degradation of selected USAF liquid wastes in a fluidized bed incineration system. Aircraft washrack wastes, paint stripping wastes, herbicide orange, petroleum, oil and lubricant wastes (POL), municipal garbage and sewage sludge were used for testing in Combustion Power Company's 3-foot diameter (LSW-500) fluid bed combustor. Results show that with proper liquid waste injection locations and procedures POL wastes or shredded and air classified municipal garbage can be used as fuel to dispose of non-fuel liquid wastes without requiring supplemental fuel. When using solid waste as fuel to dispose of liquid waste or when using limestone to control HCl an additional particulate emission control device downstream of the first and second stage inertial system will be required. Combustion Power Company is presently developing a dry scrubber for this purpose.