airport wastewater glycol Articles

  • Airport deicing effluent treatment and regulatory guidelines

    Airport and airplane deicing is employed with the use of brines, salts, alcohols or glycols to remove and prevent or delay the formation of snow and ice.  In the United States (US), the Federal Aviation Administration requires airlines that operate during icy conditions to perform deicing and anti-icing of aircraft and airfield pavement (USEPA 2011a).  These deicing operations use large ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Sub-surface flow wetlands to treat glycol-contaminated stormwater from aircraft de-icing operations, Batea

    Airports use glycol-based aircraft de-icing fluids (ADFs) for removing ice and snow from aircraft surfaces during winter and under frost conditions. Some relatively concentrated, spent ADF (Concentrate) may be collected from beneath aircraft for recycle or disposal at a local wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), but a significant part of the ADF at everyairport will end up in sewers and ditches, be ...

  • Inland waters of Ohio cleveland-hopkins airport - case study

    Application Inland Waters of Ohio, a Division of Inland Services, is a part of a 1,100 employee environmental industrial services company. Among the services that Inland provides at airports are the containment, collection, management, recovery and recycling of spent Aircraft Deicing Fluid (SADF). At Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Inland collects spent ADF using ground recovery vehicles, and ...


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