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Joint municipal and semichemical pulping waste treatment a pilot plant study evaluating combined treatment of domestic sewage and weak semichemical pulping and papermaking wastes by Erie (Pa.)

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Published by Federal Water Pollution Control Administration]; For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Paper industry -- Waste disposal.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby City of Erie, Pennsylvania and Hammermill Paper Company.
SeriesWater pollution control research series
ContributionsHammermill Paper Company.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD899.P3 E75
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 137 p.
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5738474M
LC Control Number70605765

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Joint municipal and semichemical pulping waste treatment; a pilot plant study evaluating combined treatment of domestic sewage and weak semichemical pulping and papermaking wastes by Erie (Pa.) (Book). Some sectors, such as pulp and paper industries, treat and use their own wastewater, thus reducing their municipal water demands and the cost of effluent disposal. The Middle East Paper Company (MEPCO) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, once purchased treated wastewater from the Khumarh wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). Joint municipal and semichemical pulping waste treatment; a pilot plant study evaluating combined treatment of domestic sewage and weak semichemical pulping and papermaking wastes Message of the mayor, and department reports. Mechanical pulping is the original form of pulping. It has been largely replaced by chemical pulping, is still used for lower grade papers such as newsprint, and is the only process used for recycled paper (Casey, a). Mechanical pulping relies more so on mechanical actions to separate and develop wood fibers, rather than using chemical means.

Pulp and paper waste treatment sludge is typically buried in landfills, incinerated or spread on land as a nutrient enhancer. Research is under way to improve the performance of microbes in the conversion of nutrients in effluents to PHB and other fermentation products. There are two main methods of chemical pulping: (1) sulphite pulping and (2) sulphate (kraft) pulping. The first process—sulphite cooking process—uses aqueous sulphur dioxide (SO 2) and a base of calcium, sodium, magnesium or by: 2. The wastewaters of high yield pulping processes are characterized by their suspended solids content (including particles of bark), organic substances, chromophoric compounds (mainly labile extractives and lignin fragments), inorganic compounds (nitrogen and phosphorus, as result of the effluent treatment) and salts. Semichemical processes. In the Pulp and Paper Industry several types of solid wastes and sludge are generated. Solid waste is mainly produced from pulping, deinking processes and wastewater : Pratima Bajpai.

R Joint Municipal and Semichemical Pulping Waste Treatment; A Pilot Plant Study Evaluating Combined Treatment of Domestic Sewage and Weak Semichemical Pulping and Papermaking Wastes SW Joint NRC-EPA Guidance on a Conceptual Design Approach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities: Action . According to the Environmental Protection Agency [EPA], 27 percent of municipal solid waste (MSW) is comprised of paper waste. Fiber is the main component in paper production and is extracted from two main sources, wood and recycled paper products (United States Environmental, ). There are various kinds of paper mills, and depending on the. This two kinds of industries are normally separated. The pulp (raw material for paper industry) and the paper industry, produce different kind of waste water. There is also a third related industry, the paper recycling industry, which has a similar kind of waste water. In the following text the three branches of industry are separated. Full Article. Anaerobic Digestion for Use in the Pulp and Paper Industry and Other Sectors: An Introductory Mini-Review. Anlong Zhang, a, * Jing Shen, b,c, * and Yonghao Ni c Anaerobic digestion is a well-established biological process for converting biomass in waste streams into a renewable energy source, and it also contributes to the treatment of these waste streams.