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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Assessment of industrial hazardous waste practices : electroplating and metal finishing industries, job shops /|
|Author||Hallowell, J. B. ; Vaaler, L. E. ; Gurklis, J. A. ; Layer., C. H. ;|
|CORP Author||Battelle Columbus Labs., Ohio.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Hazardous Waste Management Div.|
|Report Number||G-2959; EPA 530-SW-136c; BATT-G-2959; EPA-68-01-2664|
|Stock Number||PB-264 349|
|Subjects||Electroplating--Industries--Waste disposal. ; Metal-work--Industries--Waste disposal. ; Hazardous substances. ; Factory and trade waste.|
|Additional Subjects||Industrial waste treatment ; Metal finishing ; Electroplating ; Solid waste disposal ; Water pollution control ; Site surveys ; Hazardous materials ; Anodizing ; Dyeing ; Electroless plating ; Chemical cleaning ; Conversion coatings ; Industrial plants ; Classification ; Chemical composition ; Cost analysis ; Machining ; Nickel ; Copper ; Sludge disposal ; Precipitation(Chemistry) ; Ecology ; Tables(Data) ; Sanitary landfills ; Forecasting ; Questionnaires ; Government policies ; Management planning ; Dewatering ; Metal finishing industry ; Nickel coatings ; Copper coatings|
|Collation||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm|
The organization of this report follows four phases: Industry characterization, Waste characterization, Treatment and disposal technology, and Cost analysis. The heaviest concentration of electroplating and metal finishing facilities is in the North Central Region of the U.S., followed by the Atlantic Coast states and the state of California. Four types of wastes were identified as being destined for land disposal: water pollution control sludges, process wastes, degreaser sludges, and salt precipitates from electroless nickel bath regeneration. Estimated quantities of waste destined for land disposal by industry (job shops) during 1975, 1977, and 1983 are shown. Although metal finishing embraces many industrial operations, this study was limited to Electroplating, Anodizing and dyeing, Electroless and immersion plating, Chemical conversion coating (phosphate, chromate, etc.), and Chemical polishing and electropolishing.
Final report. Sponsored by EPA, Hazardous Waste Management Division, Office of Solid Waste. Contract Number: EPA no. 68-01-2664. Bibliographical references at the end of chapters.