2 edition of degradation of kraft pulping wastes in estuarine waters found in the catalog.
degradation of kraft pulping wastes in estuarine waters
Gary Lewis O"Neal
Written in English
|Statement||by Gary Lewis O"Neal.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||125|
United States. Environmental Protection Agency: Color removal from kraft pulping effluent by lime addition. (Washington, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency], ), also by Interstate Paper Corporation and Charles L. Davis (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) United States. Subpart BB - Kraft Pulp Mills. 40 CFR through 40 CFR (digester systems, brown stock washer systems, multiple effect evaporator systems, black liquor oxidation systems, recovery furnaces, smelt dissolving tanks, lime kilns, condensate strippers and kraft pulping operations) Subpart CC - Glass Manufacturing Plants.
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WP, pp. VAN HORN, W. A Study of Kraft Pulping Wastes in Relation to the Aquatic Environ- ment. We studied sequential long-term photochemical and biological degradation of estuarine dissolved organic matter from the Satilla River, an estuary in the southeastern United States that is.
The reactions of wood constituents during sulfite and kraft pulping and bleaching are dealt with in Chapters 7 and 8. Chapter 9 covers cellulose derivatives and related products. The two primary types of chemical pulping processes are the Kraft and sulfite processes.
The Kraft process dominates, with 80% of global pulp production performed through this process  due to the favorable economics of chemical recovery, the ability to process softwoods with high extractive contents, and the improved bleachability of the pulps.
Kraft pulping. Because kraft pulping and optional subsequent bleaching of wood-based and non-wood cellulosic pulps can involve solubilization of about 30 to 60% of the solid mass, depending on the manufacturer’s objectives (Biermann ), it is easy to understand why such operations have the potential to produce highly contaminated wastewaters.
Degradation of dissolved organic matter in humic waters by bacteria. In D. Hessen (Ed.), Aquatic Humic Substances: Ecology and Biogeochemistry (pp.
EIA Guidelines for Pulp and Paper and Timber Products Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines for New Source NPDES Permits Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard and Timber Products Processing Point Source Categories September U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Office of Federal Activities M Street, S.W. Washington, D.C. R*eycl*d/R*cyclaM««Printed with Vegetable OO Based. The potential effect of pulp mill effluent on the survival, growth, and condition index of marine mussels (Mytilus edulis) was investigated.
Mussels were exposed to five environmentally relevant concentrations (,and % v/v) of pulp mill effluent diluted with ambient seawater, and a seawater control for 89 d.
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An illustration of text ellipses. In this thesis I study the economic cost of the environmental impacts of pulp and paper mill effluent in British Columbia. The thesis is not a benefit-cost analysis of the industry. Rather, my primary objective is to assess what the process of trying to estimate the costs reveals about the difficulties and limitations in the economic analysis of environmental damages.
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Microb. Ecol. 42, 11– 9. Covert, J. and Moran, M. () Molecular characterization of estuarine bacterial communities that use high- and low-molecular weight fractions of dissolved organic carbon.
Aquat. Box Black Liquor: An Economically Viable and Significant Source of Bioenergy Black liquor is a by-product of the kraft (or sulfate) pulping process used to manufacture paper. Mine wastes are of particular concern because of past and present disposal practices that have resulted in the widespread degradation of surface-water and ground-water quality.
Mine wastes have therefore come under increasing regulation. This book provides an interdisciplinary overview of recent research on geochemical processes of sulfide.This book is designed for a course on wastewater treatment and engineering for senior level or early graduate level students.
As the name suggests, the book covers the fundamental concepts of wastewater treatment followed by engineering design of unit processes for treatment of .“This is an entirely different process,” she says.
Kraft pulp involves using chemicals to break down wood fibres while the other processes — thermal and mechanical — use heat and mechanical movement along with chemicals for pulping. 5. The Kraft process is also a water hog.