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Water reuse in a paper reprocessing plant

Water reuse in a paper reprocessing plant

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

    Subjects:
  • Water reuse -- Costs.,
  • Waste paper -- Recycling -- Oklahoma -- Ardmore -- Costs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Leale E. Streebin ... [et al.].
    SeriesEnvironmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-76-232, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-76-232.
    ContributionsStreebin, Leale E., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development., University of Oklahoma. School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science., Big Chief Roofing Company.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 85 p. :
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17646027M

    Some opportunities for water reuse in an industrial plant may include: Wastewater recycling Cooling tower blowdown Boiler blowdown RO reject recovery and reuse Once through cooling water Collected rain waters. We needed this book. Having said that, I feel that the reuse aspects in general and the "unplanned indirect drinking reuse" in particular, have received only a marginal coverage in the book. That may be sufficient for the U.S.A., but innumerable European and Asian cities base their water supply on rivers that are mostly treated wastewater/5(39).

    WATER REUSE STUDY American Assembly Workshop I - Water Reuse Goals, Opportunities and Values October , Introduction. Water is essential to San Diego’s economy, quality of life and world-famous environment. Meeting the City’s current and future water supply needs is the mission of the City’s Water Department.   Most of this paper can be recycled, which is the process of reprocessing waste paper for reuse. Waste papers are gathered from: paper mill scraps; discarded paper waste after consumer use – for example: old newspapers, magazines, white printer paper, cardboard, and packaging papers.

    The Old Ford Water Recycling Plant, operated by Thames Water, was used to supply non-potable recycled blackwater to some of the venues at the London Games. In an effort to learn from this experience, Thames Water commissioned a survey of visitors to the Olympic Park during the Games to explore public responses to the water recycling by: 7. Reuse reduces potable water requirements and provides a consistent, quality and dependable source of process water. Wastewater generated by the paper recycling processes also needs specific treatment before being discharged or recycled to be re-used by plants. Veolia will analyse all avenues for cost-effective water reuse in your pulp and paper.


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In a paper reprocessing plant which practices water reuse, the pH tends to drop as a result of organic acids which are generated from waste paper and wood flour. In a solution with a low pH, hydro- gen evolution type of attack is the dominant form of corrosion.

Water reuse in a paper reprocessing plant. Cincinnati, Ohio: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory ; Springfield, Va.: National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.

Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory ; Springfield, Va.

REUSE AND REPROCESSING There are different reuse options for used PU foam collection point to a recycling plant is required, the of spillages on water surfaces (note: PU rigid foam floats on water).

The specific advantages are higher absorption capacity than sawdust and sand File Size: KB. produce paper. The use of fresh water has decreased significantly during the last decades and there are several reasons for this, such as: limited availability of fresh water, increased cost for effluent treatment and marketing benefits.

This decreased consumption has been made possible by the reuse of process water instead of fresh Size: 4MB. In fact, this sector is nowadays regarded as a reference for water reuse. Paper mills need to use fresh water to compensate evaporation losses and in critical applications.

In addition, the final degree of circuit closure depends on the quality of the final by: 4. An example is water optimization: to reduce the requirements for fresh water makeup in the plant by recycling or reusing process water or treated wastewater. Operational changes or capital investment decisions required to achieve this may be evaluated in computer models, guided by process integration tools such as water pinch.

Common water reuse applications include agricultural and landscape irrigation with treated municipal wastewater, indus- trial recirculation of process waters, rainwater collection, and groundwater Author: Kirsten Exall.

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The main factors that determine the suitability of recycled water for agricultural irrigation are salinity, heavy metals, and pathogens, which cause adverse effects on human, plants, and soils. In this paper, we develop a regional water reuse decision-support model (RWRM) using the general algebraic modeling system to analyze the cost Cited by: Water reuse is playing an increasing role in water management for the oil and gas industry.

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The incineration plant might be relatively easy to assess since only the ones available within a radius of a few hundred kilometres are of interest and these are few, while the paper reprocessing plants of relevance may change since waste paper is a market commodity that moves all over the by: Mine Water Reuse Process Wastewater Reuse Domestic Wastewater Reuse Surface Run-off Reuse to manage the wastewater through in-plant recycle/reuse and the stormwater through undissolved substances in a water sample retained in a glass-fiber filter paper of µm pore size.

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• Reduce or remove regulatory or cost barriers that prevent more water recycling and reuse. water supplies in your area are often limited by frequent restrictions or droughts; your large garden needs to be watered often or would not survive extended water restrictions.

Remember to check with your local council or water authority before you reuse wastewater, as standards and permission requirements vary.

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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. Water Reuse presents a portfolio of treatment options available to mitigate water quality issues in reclaimed water along with new analysis suggesting that the risk of exposure to certain microbial and chemical contaminants from drinking reclaimed water does not appear to be any higher than the risk experienced in at least some current drinking.Normally the wastewater from a paper plant is biologically treated, but the quality of the effluent may be good enough for disposal but it is not high enough for reuse as process water.

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