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Main Title State of the ART Review on Product Recovery.
CORP Author Resource Engineering Associates, Wilton, Conn.
Year Published 1969
Report Number FWPCA-14-12-495; 07997,; 17070-DJW-11/69
Stock Number PB-192 634
Additional Subjects ( Wastes(Industrial) ; Recovery) ; ( Water pollution ; Wastes(Industrial)) ; ( Reviews ; Water pollution) ; Electrodialysis ; Ion exchange ; Solvent extraction ; Control ; Economics ; Taxiing ; Paper industry ; Steel industry ; Mining engineering ; Petroleum industry ; Textile industry ; Chemical industry ; Nuclear power plants ; Fertilizers ; Plating ; Evaporation ; Adsorption ; Distillation ; Chemical precipitation ; Filtration ; Water pollution control equipment
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NTIS  PB-192 634 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 113p
Abstract
The recovery, reuse and sale of materials from liquid effluents, or produced as a result of the treatment of liquid effluents is discussed. A critical review of literature up to date on product recovery in major water use industries is presented. The economical, technical and philosophical framework which determines the application of product recovery is presented wherever possible. This report does not cover water renovation for reuse and product recovery from solid wastes. However, an evaluation of the utilization and product recovery of municipal sludge is presented. The principal areas of discussion are waste reduction practices including in-plant control, recovery techniques and practices, practical operating problems and the relationship between recovery and treatment. It is concluded that product recovery is an accepted practice with increasing usage; industry needs increasingly complex processes to develop optimum recovery schemes; by-product recovery results in a net cost to industry generally of a smaller magnitude then conventional treatment; and the situation is complicated by the tax exemption laws. (Author)