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Identification of organic compounds in effluents from industrial sources

Versar Incorporated. General Technologies Division.

Identification of organic compounds in effluents from industrial sources

final report.

by Versar Incorporated. General Technologies Division.

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Toxic Substances in Washington .
Written in English


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@article{osti_, title = {Industrial wastewater treatment technology, Second edition}, author = {Patterson, J W}, abstractNote = {The author has organized the book by specific pollutant or class of pollutants for reference. For each topic there is a description of sources and typical industry discharge levels of the pollutant, the appropriate treatment technologies and their applications. @article{osti_, title = {Toxicity reduction in industrial effluents}, author = {Lankford, P W and Eckenfelder, W W}, abstractNote = {The toxicity of manufacturing wastewaters to fish and other aquatic organisms is now being used by state and federal regulators to monitor and restrict industrial wastewater discharges. As a result, there is a great need for guidance on the subject of.

  The bleach plant is the most important source of effluent within a pulp mill and the chlorinated effluents are more complicated to reutilize within the mill. For this reason, an important trend in bleaching development is to reduce volumes and decrease the effluent loads, especially of chlorinated compounds [ 40 – 42 ]. Some of the important sources of water pollution are: (i) Domestic effluents and sewage, (ii) Industrial effluents, (iii) Agricultural effluents, (iv) Radioactive wastes, (v) Thermal pollution, and (vi) Oil pollution. (i) Domestic Effluents and Sewage: Man, for his various domestic purposes such as drinking, cooking, bathing, cleaning, cooling, etc., uses on an average litres [ ].

Effluent Guidelines are national standards for industrial wastewater discharges to surface waters and publicly owned treatment works (municipal sewage treatment plants). We issue Effluent Guidelines for categories of existing sources and new sources under Title III of the Clean Water standards are technology-based (i.e. they are based on the performance of treatment and control. This work presents the procedures for monitoring volatile organic compounds during treatment of industrial effluents. The investigation was carried out for a specific effluent—caustic effluent from bitumen production. The developed procedures enable more detailed control of the effectiveness of wastewater treatment than standard procedures.


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Identification of organic compounds in effluents from industrial sources by Versar Incorporated. General Technologies Division. Download PDF EPUB FB2

"IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN EFFLUENTS FROM INDUSTRIAL SOURCES" FINAL REPORT Contract No. TaskS JOHN D. WALKER Prepared For: ^\ Environmental Protectior Agency Office of Toxic Substances •^ Waterside Mall Washington, D.C.

2C April, Within a wide spectrum of organic wastewater constituents, specific compounds that might act as source indicators have been determined. This differentiation was based on (i) the individual molecular structures, (ii) the quantitative appearance of organic compounds in Identification of organic compounds in effluents from industrial sources book effluents and (iii) the information on their general occurrence in the Cited by:   Organic compounds identified by GC/MS in the seven effluents and their percentage of apparition.

It is also shown the type of effects on aquatic organisms referenced according to the consulted data base (Toxicity, Endocrine Disruption (ED), Carcinogenicity Cited by:   Determination of organic compounds acting as potential molecular indicators of chemical production industries was possible due to (i) the elucidation of individual molecular structures, (ii) the quantitative characterization of the organic constituents in the industrial effluents and (iii) the literature review of their industrial by:   The short distance distribution of selected organic compounds in a river section of approx.

15 km receiving the petrochemical effluents from site B has been analysed in order to evaluate the behaviour of industrial contaminants in an aquatic system shortly after their release into the river and to verify the indicative properties of proposed Cited by: D.F.R.

Cleary, L. DeVantier, in Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, Industrial and Agricultural Effluents and Oil Spills. Industrial effluent, which includes heavy metals in addition to other toxic compounds, has been shown to impact in numerous ways the health of nt can cause physiological stress, reduce fertility, lead to deviations from normal growth of corals and other.

Case examples of toxicant identification in effluents from municipal and industrial sources are discussed, along with a broad summary of the types of toxicants identified, and the characteristics.

This chapter aims the state of the art concerning the development of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) for treatment of organic-aqueous effluent for the reuse of liquid water.

It presents the major oxidative processes applied for industrial and domestic treatment, where the effluents are often contaminated by phenolic compounds. A special emphasis is given to a relatively new technique.

Many organic compounds that are more or less adsorbable: pesticides, macromolecual compounds, PAH, PCB detergents. coloration. Industrial effluents can be very highly coloured.

This colouring is created by colloids (pigments, sulphides) or by dissolved matter (organic matter, nitrated derivatives). Resources of organic wastewater.

There are several contaminants in wastewater, with organic pollutants playing the major role. Many kinds of organic compounds, such as PCBs, pesticides, herbicides, phenols, polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), aliphatic and hetercyclic compounds are included in the wastewater, and industrial and agricultural production as well as the.

Environmental occurrence. Arsenic is the 20 th most common element in the earth’s crust, and is emitted to the environment as a result of volcanic activity and industrial activities.

Mining, smelting of non-ferrous metals and burning of fossil fuels are the major anthropogenic sources of arsenic contamination of air, water, and soil (primarily in the form of arsenic trioxide).

Hynning P-A () Separation, identification and quantification of compounds of industrial effluents with bioconcentration potential. Water Res – Google Scholar Inglis GJ, Kross JE () Evidence for systemic changes in the benthic fauna of tropical estuaries as a result of urbanization.

The genotoxic activities of effluents from drainage water treatment plants were examined by using the novel umu tester strain NM, which lacks MutMst genes.

To enhance the sensitivity of the LacZ assay, a BugBuster mix protein extraction reagent and TokyoGreen-β Gal for a fluorescence-galactosidase substrate were applied.

Of the 24 sampling locations present in Kanagawa prefecture. Phenolic compounds exist in water bodies due to the discharge of polluted wastewater from industrial, agricultural and domestic activities into water bodies.

They also occur as a result of natural phenomena. These compounds are known to be toxic and inflict both severe and long‐lasting effects on both humans and animals. They act as carcinogens and cause damage to the red blood. For example, Aguayo et al.

() identified more than 49 compounds in the organic fraction of effluents from seven urban WWTPs in close proximity to urban and industrial areas within the. Textile Organic Dyes Characteristics, Polluting Effects and Separation/Elimination Procedures from Industrial Effluents A Critical Overview Chapter (PDF Available) February with 3, Reads.

Effluents from wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are a major source of estrogenic compounds to the aquatic environment. In the present work, estrogenic activities of effluents from eight. Identification of organic compounds in industrial effluent discharges. Athens, Ga.: Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Protection Agency ; Springfield, Va.: Available through the National Technical Information Service, The main energy source, fuel is obtained from natural gas and crude petroleum oil.

Urea is a good example which is obtained from natural gas on our planet. Coal: Another fossil fuel coal is the major source of organic compounds, coal-tar are raw materials of many aromatic compounds.

Coal is another key source of organic compounds. Industrial wastewater treatment describes the processes used for treating wastewater that is produced by industries as an undesirable by-product.

After treatment, the treated industrial wastewater (or effluent) may be reused or released to a sanitary sewer or to a surface water in the environment. Most industries produce some trends have been to minimize such production or.

On a daily basis, the effluents generated from domestic and industrial activities constitute a main cause of pollution of receiving water bodies, which is a great burden on water quality management.A series of ionic and nonionic resins are utilized to exploit the low solubility, and hence absorption, of organic molecules onto resin surfaces.

These isolation procedures can be carried out at neutral as well as depressed pH values, relying on the natural or modified (by pH) polarity of organic compounds.Identification of extractable organic chemicals in sewage effluent by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry.

Biological Mass Spectrometry12 (2), DOI: /bms