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Main Title Projects of the Industrial Pollution Control Branch.
Author Lac, William J. ;
CORP Author Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1970
Report Number FWPCA-12000-01-70; 04045,; DAST-38
Stock Number PB-189 766
Additional Subjects ( Water pollution ; Wastes(Industrial)) ; ( Chemical industry ; Water pollution) ; ( Paper industry ; Water pollution) ; ( Petroleum industry ; Water pollution) ; ( Textile industry ; Water pollution) ; Abstracts ; Scientific research ; Metal industry ; Food industry ; Glass industry ; Industrial waste treatment
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NTIS  PB-189 766 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 173p
Abstract
The objective of the industrial pollution control R and D program was to develop and demonstrate the required technology to achieve required degrees of pollution control by lease cost methods for all significant industrial sources of pollution. This report includes summaries of 150 research, development, and demonstration efforts necessary to resolve industrial pollution problems. A total of 1200 program efforts are listed in tabular presentation. These projects include the latest developments in physical, chemical, biological, and combinations of treatment methods. It is expected to develop further the cooperation of industry to participate in meaningful pollution abatement demonstrations and to increasingly demonstrate the feasibility of in-plant measures, by-product recovery, and wastewater reuse as methods to abate pollution and to reduce treatment costs. Research through in-house efforts and by contracts to industries and universities are to complete state of the art studies related to treatment and control technology for selected industry groups. Industrial wastewaters are to be identified, characterized, quantitized, and classified for all industries of pollutional significance. (Author)