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Main Title Evaluation of Waste Waters from Petroleum and Coal Processing.
Author Rei, George W. ; Streebi, Leale E. ;
CORP Author Oklahoma Univ., Norman. School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science.
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA-12050-DKF; R2-72-001;
Stock Number PB-214 610
Additional Subjects ( Petroleum industry ; Water pollution) ; ( Coal preparation ; Water pollution) ; ( Water pollution ; Industrial wastes) ; ( Refineries ; Industrial waste treatment) ; Drilling ; Petroleum transportation ; Oil storage ; Coal mines ; Coke ; Brines ; Injection wells ; Tanker ships ; Waste disposal ; Cost estimates ; Phenols ; Flotation ; Mine acid drainage ; Liquid waste disposal ; Oil pollution ; Oil wastes ; Water pollution control ; Biological industrial waste treatment
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NTIS  PB-214 610 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 209p
Abstract
The report presents an evaluation on pollution problems, abatement procedures and control techniques relevant to the petroleum and coal industries. Petroleum wastes are discussed under three broad sections: Drilling-production, Transportation and storage, and Refining. Within each section, petroleum wastes are identified as to their source, volume, and composition, and waste treatment methods are discussed. The results of a field study of three small refineries are also reported. Coal mining, coal processing, and coal utilization, the wastes associated with each, and the corresponding control measures are presented. Acid mine drainage, the most significant pollution problem from coal mining, and possible control measures are discussed. The major pollution problems associated with coal processing originate from coal cleaning, the coking process, and refuse disposal. The production of coke by carbonization of coal and its pollutants are reviewed.