Industrial Wastewater and Best Available Treatment Technologies

Performance, Reliability, and Economics

Editors: Alan Bowers and W. Wesley Eckenfelder

ISBN13: 978-1-932078-17-6, 1-932078-17-7, 2003, single CD-ROM with installation instructions

 

Performance, Reliability, and Economics

Editors: Alan Bowers and W. Wesley Eckenfelder

ISBN13: 978-1-932078-17-6, 1-932078-17-7, 2003, single CD-ROM with installation instructions

  • Complete presentations from February 26-28, 2003 conference co-sponsored by the US EPA and Vanderbilt University
  • Advanced treatment technologies for industrial wastewaters, general and industry-specific
  • Fully-searchable CD-ROM with full texts and all tables and figures (including illustrations)

The 27 conference reports contained in this new CD-ROM provide in-depth information on new and current industrial wastewater treatment technologies. The authors are leading industrial wastewater specialists with industry, government agencies and universities. The CD-ROM contains the full texts with tables and figures of all reports, and is fully searchable.

This CD-ROM presents the best available technologies needed to treat many kinds of industrial wastewaters. The publication shows how physical, chemical, and biological technologies are being modified and improved to meet or exceed removal and reduction criteria for pharmaceutical, chemical, textile, automotive, pulp, paper and other wastes.

The work focuses on the best and most up-to-date processes and systems and those that have the greatest promise for the future. It presents and explains hundreds of technical modifications designed to improve removal efficiencies in wastewaters. Technical information is based largely on empirical data derived from full-scale plant operations.

Papers investigate nitrogen removal, new solids-liquid systems, liquid ion exchange, and advanced membrane and UF technologies. In addition, it addresses issues of monitoring and troubleshooting.

The CD-ROM displays figures and illustrations in articles in full color along with a title screen and main menu screen. Each user can link to all papers from the Table of Contents and Author Index and also link to papers and front matter by using the global bookmarks which allow navigation of the entire CD-ROM from every article. Each paper has internal links from figure and table references to view the actual figures and tables and links to all e-mail addresses and URLs mentioned in any paper. Search features on the CD-ROM can be by full text including all key words, article title, author name, and session title. The CD-ROM has Autorun feature for Windows 95 or higher products along with the program for Adobe Acrobat Reader with Search 5.0. One year of technical support is included with your purchase of the CD-ROM.ROM can be by full text including all key words, article title, author name, and session title. The CD-ROM has Autorun feature for Windows 95 or higher products along with the program for Adobe Acrobat Reader with Search 5.0. One year of technical support is included with your purchase of the CD-ROM.

Introduction

  • Physical/Chemical Treatment Technologies: Applications, Constraints and Opportunities

James W. Patterson

  • Overview of Biological Treatment Technologies: Applications, Constraints, Opportunities

W. Wesley Eckenfelder

  • Overview of Wastewater Treatment Technologies at a Large Multi-Category Company

Robert A. Reich and Kenneth Wood

  • A Case History of Environmental Evolution in a Complex Chemical Plant: Formosa Chemicals USA

Davis L. Ford

  • Performance of Steel Industry BAT Wastewater Treatment Systems

Gary A. Amendola

  • Process Modification at a North Carolina Pulp and Paper Facility Directed at Achieving Water Pollution Reduction Results Beyond BAT

Forrest Westall

  • On-line Monitoring and Control of Wastewater Treatment Plants Using Respirometric Measurements

James C. Young

  • Water Quality Management for the 21st Century: A Re-examination of Aeration Versus Oxygenation

R.E. Speece

  • Anaerobic Pretreatment for Reduction of Mass Loadings to Local POTW and Reduction of Residuals

Bob Hickey

  • Full-Scale Aerobic Selector Evaluation at a Recycle Fiber Mill

Henryk Melcer, Michael Roeder, John McKinnon, and Richard McGuffin

  • Effective Biological Treatment Technology for the Treatment of High-Strength Pulp Mill Wastewater-A Case Study

Kar Munirathinam

  • The Use of Membrane Technologies for Reuse or Enhancement of Existing Facilities

Sara Montag, Larry Novachis, and Roland Lamoca

  • Design, Construction, and Start-Up of a Full-Scale Ultrafiltration/Membrane Bioreactor for Treatment of Medium-Strength Oily Wastewater at an Automotive Engineering Plant

William A. Gaines

  • Membrane Biological Reactors for Treatment of High-Strength Pharmaceutical Wastewater

Paul Togna, Sam Frisch, William Guarini, and Paul M. Sutton

  • Produced Water Polishing: Filtration and Filter Monitoring System Promotes Compliance During Conventional Treatment Upsets

Jerald Darlington and Jeffrey J. Smith

  • Paper Mill Utilizes Ingenuity to Solve Effluent Turbidity Issue Quickly and Cost Effectively

vRay Pepin, Bruce Hunt, Bruce Hills, and Frank Woodard

  • Approaches to Comply With Total Nitrogen BAT Criteria

Lili Gellner, Heyward Suber, Ned Fiss, and Robert Stein

  • An Integrated Industrial Effluent Management Facility for Treating High Nitrate and Carbonaceous Wastewater

Ralph Beeman and Joseph Reitberger

  • Application of a Revolutionary Solids Liquid-Separation System in Industrial Wastewater Treatment

Perry Lankford

  • Arsenic Removal in Groundwaters and the Interference of Methylated Arsenic Compounds

Jason W. Mullen

  • Metals Treatment and Recovery by Liquid-Liquid Ion Exchange (LLX)

Paul Usinowicz, H.Nicholas Conkle, Bruce Monzk, J. Kevin Rose
and Satya Chauhan

  • Immobilization of Chromium and Antimony with Granular Ferric Hydroxide (GFH)

Kashi Banerjee, Shokoufeh Nour, Charles Blumenschein
Mike Selbie, and Gary Amy

  • Electrowinning for High-Strength Metal Stream Waste Reduction

Eric J.Y. Wu and Matthew S. Lamb

  • Physical-Chemical Pretreatment of Process Wastewater from a Phosphorous Plant for Discharge to a POTW

Charles B. Bott, Jay Brummer, and John H. Koon

  • New Materials Validation Protocol: A Phased Approach to Quantify New Production Materials Impact on Treatment Performance and Equipment

William A. Gaines

  • Continual Cost Reduction

Bethany J. Thompson

  • Case History: An Industrial-Municipal Partnership for Joint Wastewater Treatment

George R. Schillinger and Kay Anderson

Author Index

ISBN13: 978-1-932078-17-6, 1-932078-17-7, 2003, single CD-ROM with installation instructions

 

Performance, Reliability, and Economics

Editors: Alan Bowers and W. Wesley Eckenfelder

ISBN13: 978-1-932078-17-6, 1-932078-17-7, 2003, single CD-ROM with installation instructions

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