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Main Title Economic and Engineering Aspects of Water in Delaware's Agri-Business Industry.
Author Smit, Raymond C. ;
CORP Author Delaware Univ., Newark. Water Resources Center.
Year Published 1970
Report Number DI-14-01-0001-1888; OWRR-B-003-DEL; 13658,; B-003-DEL(1)
Stock Number PB-203 738
Additional Subjects ( Food processing ; Water pollution) ; ( Water pollution ; Industrial wastes) ; ( Poultry ; Food processing) ; Water quality ; Industrial waste treatment ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Regression analysis ; Waste water ; Economic analysis ; Delaware ; Poultry processing
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NTIS  PB-203 738 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Data on processes that contribute to wastewater pollution were obtained from five of the six poultry processing plants in Delaware. BOD, COD, and suspended solids tests were run on samples of wastewater from various locations within the plants. A regression analysis of COD and BOD in poultry processing wastewater indicated a fairly good approximation of BOD values can be estimated from COD values. For the various plants, BOD values averaged between .9 and 2.3 lbs/1,000 birds for the scalding operation, between .2 and 7.8 lbs./1,000 birds for the dressing operation, .4 to 13.4 lbs./1,000 birds for the eviscerating operation, and .4 to 4.6 lbs./1,000 birds for the chilling operation. It appears that most poultry processing plants could reduce the volume and strength of their wastewater. (Author)