All industrial production processes generate waste waters, which can pollute water bodies into which they are discharged without adequate treatment. It is, therefore, essential to treat such wastes and eliminate their harmful effects on the environment. This book discusses sources, characteristics and treatment of waste waters produced in industries such as textiles, dairy, tanneries, pulp and paper, fertilizer, pesticide, organic and inorganic chemicals, engineering and fermentation. Many flow diagrams have been included to illustrate industrial processes and to indicate the sources of waste water in such processes. After describing treatment for individual factories, the author discusses the more advanced and economical common effluent plants. The text uses simple and straightforward language and makes the presentation attractive. This book should prove extremely useful to undergraduate students of civil and chemical engineering and postgraduate students of environmental science and engineering. Industrial design consultants will also find the book very handy. To the Greens, it may offer some of the solutions to their concerns.water. The reaction requires 3-6 hrs. to go to completion at a temperature between 15AdC and 17AdC. 7. Ripening of viscose: This is done ... Filtration is done by passing viscose in upward direction through cotton wool, in order to avoid air bubbles entering the solution during filtration. ... A general flow diagram, showing the various steps in manufacture, is given in Fig. ... In addition, spills, leakages in pipes and conveying systems and floor washings contribute to the waste water streams.
|Title||:||INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT|
|Author||:||A. D. PATWARDHAN|
|Publisher||:||PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. - 2008-05-07|