Disposal of industrial and oily sludges by land cultivation.
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Published by Resource Systems and Management Association in Northfield, N.J .
Written in English


  • Factory and trade waste.,
  • Petroleum waste.,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal.

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The Physical Object
Pagination277 p. :
Number of Pages277
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16510308M

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Hazardous wastes are incompatible not only with the environment, but also with other more common wastes of industry. Because of the direct and insidious dangers of hazardous wastes, they must be considered separately. Segregation involves the removal of hazardous industrial wastes from other process wastes for subsequent special handling. Supercritical Water Gasification of Municipal Sludge: A Novel Approach to Waste Treatment and Energy Recovery have been repeatedly demonstrated in laboratory experiments to thoroughly destroy wet wastes such as sewage and oily sludges with efficiencies exceeding 99% (Cao et al., land available for waste disposal has also become more Cited by: The problem of treating industrial waste waters is more complex and permits of less generalization than that of sewage treatment. Town sewage, which consists mainly of domestic wastes, is comparatively constant in its content of mineral matter, organic matter, sludge and grease, biochemical oxygen demand and pH value and is less variable in its rate of flow than most industrial kauainenehcp.com: F. Langbein. and the relatively small land requirement. The activated sludge process is widely used by large cities and communities where large volumes of wastewater must be highly treated economically. Activated sludge process plants are good choices too for isolated facilities, such as hospitals or hotels, clus-ter situations, subdivisions, and small.

Waste water book treatment. Sludge Disposal. Disposal of the sludge generated by wastewater treatment plants is dependent on government regulations (such as the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act), geographical location, and sludge characteristics, among other things. Final disposal methods include reclamation, incin-eration, land application, and landfill. Reclamation. 2. In addition to environment-friendly disposal of industrial sludges, it is recommended that special emphasis is laid on developing safe (meeting NEQS) and socially acceptable biofertilizer from bio-remediated sludges; to make the whole process sustainable and commercially viable. 3. The Complete Book on Cultivation and Manufacture of Tea (2nd Revised Edition): How to start a business in the tea industry, How to start a successful Tea business, How to start a tea business, How to Start a Tea Garden Startup Business, How to Start a Tea Production Business, How to start manufacturing business of tea, How to Start Tea.