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Electrolytic treatment of oily wastewater from manufacturing and machining plants

Roy Lee Gealer

Electrolytic treatment of oily wastewater from manufacturing and machining plants

by Roy Lee Gealer

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Cincinnati, Ohio, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Factory and trade waste -- United States.,
  • Oil pollution of water.,
  • Water -- Pollution -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. L. Gealer, A. Golovoy, M. Weintraub.
    SeriesEnvironmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-80-143, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-80-143.
    ContributionsGolovoy, A., Weintraub, M., Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio), Ford Motor Company.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 49 p. :
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17822327M

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Electrolytic treatment of oily wastewater from manufacturing and machining plants by Roy Lee Gealer Download PDF EPUB FB2

EPA/ June ELECTROLYTIC TREATMENT OF OILY WASTEWATER FROM MANUFACTURING AND MACHINING PLANTS By R. Gealer A. Golovoy M. Weintraub Ford Motor Company Dearborn, Michigan Grant No. *17* Project Officer H.

Durham Industrial Pollution Control Division Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio * INDUSTRIAL. Get this from a library. Electrolytic treatment of oily wastewater from manufacturing and machining plants. [R L Gealer; A Golovoy; M Weintraub; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio); Ford Motor Company.].

Electrolytic processes applied to the treatment of oily wastewater. According to in the s, Zhdanov used iron and aluminum electrodes to break down emulsions and promote flocculation of wastewater impurities from drilling platforms, aiming at its by: 8.

Electrolytic wastewater treatment is rarely used in comparison to chemical treatment. However, this treatment is convenient and may be more efficient to produce high quality water. Electrolytic Treatment of Wastewater in the Oil Industry 5 sand, clay and other materials, along with a ra nge of dissolved colloidal substances, such as detergents, salts, metal ions, etc.

Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. Gealer: Principal Research Engineer at the Ford Motor Company Engineering and Research Staff, earned a degree at Wayne State University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering at the University of is currently involved in studies and process development work related to industrial wastewater treatment, waste disposal.

As an electrochemical wastewater treatment process, electrocoagulation is a process based on dissolving Al +3 and Fe +2 /Fe +3 ions from anode electrodes as coagulant, which forms metal hydroxides with high adsorption capacity in water, via aluminum and iron electrodes.

Removal mechanism can be modeled by adsorption by: the wastewater. It usually constitutes 5% to 10% of wastewater volume being treated. It can be dewatered by a filter press and roughly 10% of the float volume will be generated as pressed organics.

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ppm, oily wastewaters cannot be sewered and must be taken care of in other ways. Oil can also not be landfilled as long as it is a liquid. Therefore, disposal of oily wastewater is an expensive operation. Volume reduction of the oily wastewater will reduce the treatment costs to dispose of the material.

There are also many types of membrane File Size: KB. Most plants generate wastewater that must be treated before being discharged. This article looks at crucial parameters for wastewater, as well as the various technologies used for primary, secondary and tertiary treatment.

Treatment of oily wastewaters is performed by a variety of methods and the degree of oil removal depends mainly on the concentration and physical nature of the oil present and its droplet size. The purpose of this work is to study oil/water system characteristics and properties, and techniques for removing oil and grease from industrial Cited by: Oily Wastewater Disposal & Recycling.

As large generators of oily wastewater tighten effluent controls, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is targeting smaller generators. Some of the firms receiving their attention are smaller manufacturing plants, automotive garages, mobile equipment service shops and truck farms.

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Reactive time also influenced the treatment efficiency of the electrochemical process ().COD Cr, oil and greases were removed increasingly during the EC process.

>99% of oil and 77% of COD Cr were degraded within 60 min, and the main removal occurred in the first 20–30 min. Therefore the optimal reaction time is 20–30 min for this equipment considering the treatment cost and by: In oily wastewater treatment, aerobic processes can biodegrade the O&G into fatty acids and then to biomass, carbon dioxide and water, thus reducing the residue.

Many studies on aerobic treat-ment of oily wastewater have been May |43 Wastewater Treatment There are many conventional methods of treating oily wastewater. EPA/ September ELECTROLYTIC TREATMENT OF JOB SHOP METAL FINISHING WASTEWATER by Bruce E.

Warner New England Plating Company, Inc Worcester, Massachusetts Grant No. GUG Program Element No. 1BB Project Officer John Ciancia Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Edison, New Jersey MUNICIPAL.

Manufacturers utilizing machining, turning, cutting, and other metal fabrication operations are often faced with recovery and disposal of coolant and cutting fluids. These fluids include extremely high levels of emulsified oils that can be reused if other contaminants are removed, but cannot be easily discharged.

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