||Use of Coal and Modified Coals as Adsorbents for Removing Organic Contaminants from Waste Waters.
Johnso, G. E. ;
Kunk, L. M. ;
Forne, A. J. ;
Fiel, J. H. ;
||Bureau of Mines, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Coal Research Center.
Chemical removal(Sewage treatment) ;
Organic compounds ;
Fly ash ;
Activated carbon ;
Tertiary sewage treatment
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||Batch tests of coals and coal-derived materials were made to determine their effectiveness in removing organic contaiminants (COD and ABS) from the final effluent of secondary-treated waste waters. The adsorptive capacity of flyashes, coals, including at least one sample of each rank found in this country, pretreated coals, and miscellaneous materials including commercial chars and coke was determined and compared with that of granular activated carbon. (Modified author abstract)
||Prepared in cooperation with Public Health Service, Washington, D.C.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Final rept. 1 Feb 63-31 Jan 64.
|PUB Date Free Form
||31 Jan 64,
||PC A05/MF A01