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Main Title Evaluation of process wastewater sources, waste treatment, and disposal systems : SCM Glidden-Durkee, Adrian-Joyce Works, Baltimore, Maryland /
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Benson, Barrett E.,
Masse, Arthur N.,
Publisher National Enforcement Investigations Center,
Year Published 1980
Report Number EPA-330/2-80-025
OCLC Number 894917822
Subjects Sewage--Purification. ; Sewage disposal. ; Hazardous wastes. ; Titanium dioxide industry--Maryland--Baltimore.
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EJBD  EPA 330-2-80-025 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 06/11/2018
Collation 45 pages : ill., maps, charts ; 28 cm.
Contents Notes On January 22 to 25 and February 20 to 22, 1980, personnel from the National Enforcement Investigations Center (NEIC) and the State of Maryland Water Resources Administration conducted a plant inspection of process wastewater sources, wastewater treatment and disposal systems, and solid and hazardous waste disposal practices at the SCM Glidden-Durkee Adrian-Joyce Works near Baltimore, Maryland. The Adrian-Joyce Works is operated by the Glidden Pigments Group of the Chemical and Metallurgical Division of SCM. The facility manufactures titanium dioxide (TiO2) by the sulfate and chloride processes. Titanium dioxide, a high-volume chemical ranking within the first fifty of all U.S. chemical production, is manufactured domestically by six companies in eleven plants. Over 50% of the TiO2 produced is used in paints, varnishes, and lacquers. About one-third is used in the paper and plastics industries. Other uses are found in ceramic, ink, and rubber manufacturing. Waste streams from the chloride process fall into two categories: (1) chlorination wastes composed of sludge from titanium tetrachloride production, and (2) wastes incurred during the oxidation process and milling of the TiO2 product. The sulfate process has a very heavy water-borne waste load consisting of about 2,000 lbs of sulfuric acid and 1,000 lbs of metal sulfates per 1,000 lbs of product. Waste streams generated in the sulfate process include: (1) sludge from the digestion and subsequent filtration of the ore, (2) copperas, (3) strong acid cuts, (4) weak acid cuts, and (5) titanium dioxide losses. The sulfate process wastewater is the more difficult to treat due to impurities from the lower-grade ores and the volumes of sludge and gypsum produced in wastewater neutralization.
Place Published Denver, Colorado
Corporate Au Added Ent United States. Environmental Protection Agency. National Enforcement Investigation Center.
PUB Date Free Form 1980
BIB Level m
Medium unmediated
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Cataloging Source RDA
OCLC Time Stamp 20150515124549
Language eng
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OCLC Rec Leader 03373cam 2200385Ki 45020