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Biological treatment of coke-oven effluents

Biological treatment of coke-oven effluents

labouring and pilot-plant studies using packed towers.

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Published by British Coke Research Association in Chesterfield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCoke research report -- 52
ContributionsBritish Coke Research Association.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14797777M

sequent biological treatment. The experiments were performed in a bench-scale bubble column so that they could be easily controlled. The results of the chemical and biological tests in this study can serve as a reference for evaluating the effective-ness of coke-oven wastewater ozonation and the combination of. The last edition of this successful book dealt with disposal of wastewater for pollution control. The current edition, Wastewater Treatment for Pollution Control and Reuse has been thoroughly revised and extends the discussion to the many benefits and various methods for .

Complete physico-chemical treatment for coke plant effluents[J]. Water Research, , 36(5): [4] W.T. Zhao, X. Huang, D.J. Lee. Enhanced treatment of canaerobic-anoxic-oxic membrane oke plant wastewater using an. An account of an investigation of the toxicity to fish of coke oven effluents discharged into the Tees estuary. The effluents comprise spent still liquors from the semi-direct process of ammonia recovery and effluents from coolers following the saturator in both the direct and semi-direct processes. Experiments showed the toxicity of spent still liquor to be mainly due to tar acids Author: B. A. Southgate.

The treatment of paper mill effluent for COD, TOC, total phenols and color removal was investigated using combined activated sludge-ozonation processes and single processes. The combined activated sludge-O3/pH 10 treatment was able to remove around 80% of COD, TOC and color from Kraft E1 effluent. For the total phenols, the efficiency removal was around 70%.Cited by:   Home; Industrial Waste Water Treatment; Industrial Waste Water Treatment. April 4, | Author: haris_penaberkarya | Category: Sewage Treatment, Wastewater.


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The multistep design of the biological system was coke ovens byproduct deliberately selected to provide greater protection in the event of toxic surges on the plant. effluent Pretreatment involves chemical re action with the cyanide to reduce it to levels which, after biomass adaptation, A turnkey wastewater treatment plant has been installed.

A three-stage continuous biological treatment system has been developed for removal of cyanide, phenol, organics, and ammonia from a coke oven effluent. Two stages of activated sludge treatment with completely mixed aeration tanks followed by a hybrid anoxic reactor, in series, were used.

systems will be examined for the treatment of coke oven effluents: a conventional biological treatment unit (CSTR) and a Sequential Batch Reactor system (SBR). Biological treatment transforms the wastes into simple end products (Pradeep et al.

).For this reason the interest in the use of biological methods is increasing (Lika and Papadakis ).Although the rate and extent of biodegradation of a chemical compound largely depends upon its structure and the environment in its vicinity, halogens containing organic Cited by: Download Citation | Two-step biological treatment of coke oven wastewater | Due to high concentrations of pollutants, some of them inhibitory or toxic, coke oven effluents belong to.

American Public Health Association, American Water Works Association and Water Pollution Control Federa- tion, Washington, D.C. Ashmore A. and Catchpole J. () The biological treatment of coke oven effluents by packed towers process.

In Year Book of the Coke Oven Manager's Association, pp. Cited by: of the findings are not unique to the biological treatment of wastewater from coke-oven plants. However, the fol-lowing findings are of special interest for the pilot opera-tion at SSAB.

The known problem with nitrification at high water temperature has been addressed by Kim [2] and. et al.

Papadimitriou [3]. Kim et al. [2] also pointed out. Biological treatment of coke-oven effluents book provides efficient solution for coke oven effluent treatment The German company Multi Umwelttechnologie AG (MUTAG) has been commissioned with the engineering of wastewater treatment plants in India and South Africa for two of the world’s leading steel manufacturers.

Construction works are foreseen to begin by the end of Description: Advanced Biological Treatment Processes for Industrial Wastewaters provides unique information relative to both the principles and applications of biological wastewater treatment systems for industrial effluents.

Case studies document the application of biological wastewater treatment systems in different industrial sectors such. The Biological Treatment of Coke Oven Effluents by the Packed Tower Process.

Coke Oven Managers Association Yearbook,pp Borne, B.J. Industrial Effluent Treatment: Physicochemical and Biochemical Options. The Algoma Steel byproduct coke plant consists of three coke-oven batteries capable of producing approximately 3, t/d of coke. The source of the primary process wastewater from the coke plant is the excess flushing liquor or weak ammonia liquor produced during initial cooling of coke-oven gases.

@article{osti_, title = {Biological treatment of full-strength coke plant wastewater at Geneva Steel}, author = {Shaw, K.C.}, abstractNote = {Removal of ammonia from wastewater is fast becoming a major issue for both industrial and municipal dischargers.

Geneva Steel, spurred by changes in both air and water regulations, recently installed an innovative biological. Physico-chemical treatment has been considered as a suitable option for the treatment of coke plant effluents.

A scheme has been proposed for the treatment, which can be suitably adopted for the recycling, reuse or safe di sposal of the treated effluent. Various unit process and unit operations have been discussed. Treatment efficiency of methods such as A2/O, A/O, SBR, and ASP was taken in consideration.

Due to the lack of basic treatment, a first suggestion is to optimize the biological parameters, and introduce sludge recycling to the system together with either a following sedimentation pool or a MBBR as a pre-treatment step.

untreated coke-oven wastewater and demulsification splitting plant discharge. Main aim of the application of the oxidation treatment process on coke oven wastewater was the reduction of PAHs under Law limits: UV-Photolysis and H 2 O 2 Oxidation: different percentage of COD reduction (%) have been obtained depending on pH, time of Cited by: 3.

Miscellaneous Biological Treatment Processes - Cooling towers have been used as biological treatment devices and provide a method for reuse of water through the means of "free" biological treatment. Pilot plant investigations using a percolating sand filter as a biological treatment process have indicated some promise (33).

% of the nitrogen content in the coal. During coke oven gas treatment, a portion of cyanide gas remains in the gas stream, while the rest leaves the coking system in the waste ammonia liquor – the basic constituent of coke oven wastewater.

In raw coke oven wastewater cyanides appear in the ionic form CN-and (in a lower. The Bhilai Steel Plant is an integrated steel plant situated 30 kilometers (west) of Raipur, the capital of the state of Chhattisgarh (India).

The waste generated in the coke ovens has a strong phenolic odour and contains a high amount of phenol. industrial waste water treatment Download industrial waste water treatment or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get industrial waste water treatment book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. No Coke-oven waste water b [5] Coke plant [6] Coke plant Coke plant Coke plant a a Coke plant Coke oven plant a [7] Coke plant waste [8] Coke plant waste [9] Coke plant waste streams [10] Coke oven liquor Decantation tank 8 Final cooler condensate Benzole.

In view of the above, the book has been written, and now updated in the second edition to discuss sources, characteristics and treatment of wastewater produced in industries such as textiles, dairy, tanneries, pulp and paper, fertilizer, pesticide, organic and inorganic chemicals, engineering and by: 6.

Biological and chemical oxidation characteristics of two kinds ofcoke-oven wastewaters, A and B, discharged from a conventional batch coke-oven and a newly developed continuous coke-oven, respectively, were studied for selecting effective treatment processes of the wastewaters.

Pollutants contained in Wastewater-A could be removed by biological Cited by: Water treatment plant—The effluents from the water treatment plant of a nitrogenous fertilizer unit varies from 1/tonne of urea to 1/tonne of urea, depending upon the quantity of raw water dominant contaminants in a water treatment plant effluent are anions and cations.

In a typical nitrogenous fertilizer unit manufacturing urea the amount of sodium .