industrial waste recovery Articles

  • Waste water recovery

    Wastewater Treatment Recovery and Recycling Supports the Environment. Industrial Waste Water Treatment has encompassed industrial waste water recovery and recycling for a long time now, and it's getting better and better.No longer do wastewater producing industries nonchalantly discharge wastewater into runoff systems that eventually merge with the water cycle whether in lakes, streams or in the ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Do You Need a Microfiltration or Ultrafiltration Membrane System for Your Plant?

    Determining whether or not an industrial plant needs a microfiltration (MF) and/or ultrafiltration (UF) membrane system isn’t always as straightforward as it seems. While these systems are not essential for every industrial process, when thoughtfully implemented within an intake, process, or waste stream, they can go a long way in improving a facility’s efficiency and/or cutting ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Mercury recovery from industrial waste and toxic residues of natural gas drilling

    econ's client in the east of Germany is one of the few specialised companies in Europe for the treatment of mercury contaminated waste. Typical input material for this type of treatment is sludge from the natural gas industry or other residues from chemical processes, i.e. contaminated filter cake from waste water treat-ment. Among their most important clients are Shell, ExxonMobil, Wintershall ...


    By econ industries GmbH

  • Study of the aluminum recovery from different industrial and urban waste

    The preliminary accomplished studies, practical as well as theoretical, demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of the process for the treatment of this material, in addition was applied to other related materials as rubber tyre, waste cars and other. For this, a pilot plant is built in order to acquire data and experiences in the development of this type of process. In the future, ...


    By Energy & Waste S.l

  • Oil Recovery

    Industrial Wastewater Treatment Success Stories Oil Water Emulsion Wastewater Treatment Industry Oil Recovery - Improved Efficiencies A refinery was having several upsets in their ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Waste Recovery Quick Wins - Improving recovery rates without increasing costs

    Executive summary Implementing good practice waste minimisation and management on construction projects will help to reduce thesignificant quantities of construction waste sent to landfill and make a substantial contribution to sustainable development. Reducing the amount of waste from a construction project will: reduce material and disposal costs; conserve natural ...

  • Municipal solid waste and recovery potential: Bangladesh perspective

    Rapid urbanization and population growth are largely responsible for very high increasing rate of MSW generation in the urban areas of Bangladesh, one of the densely populated Least Developed Asian Countries (LDACs). These scenario posses a social, environmental and professional threat for city dwellers, urban planners, development authorities and other concerned stakeholders. In Bangladesh, a ...


    By University of Tehran

  • Environmental evaluation of systems for the recovery of biogenic wastes

    The recovery of waste materials is promoted by the German Waste Act 'Kreislaufwirtschafts- und Abfallgesetz'. It requires that among the recovery routes available for a specific waste category the priority has to be on those which are more environmentally compatible. As a restriction given by the law, only those recovery routes which are technically feasible and economically reasonable must be ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Plastics waste management and resource recovery in India

    Exponential growth in plastic production and consumption has evoked concerns for its effective management. Within a decade, India has witnessed a substantial growth of 890% and 340% in plastic production and per capita consumption, respectively. Plastic recycling industries have mushroomed autonomously and accounts for 47% of annual recycling. Further, unscientific collection, transportation, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Waste recovery and recycling. Process intensification by ABC-100

    Recycling of industrial waste via use of electromagnetic field which is created by ferromagnetic particles is most effective among traditional technologies. ABC-100 or Intensifier of Technological Processes by PC GlobeCore is completely new device designed  for intensification of all chemical anf physical processes. Intensification of physicochemical processes on ABC permit to reach desire ...


    By GlobeCore GmbH

  • Food Recovery Innovators

    A YEAR ago, ReFED: Rethink Food Waste released its groundbreaking report, “A Roadmap to Reduce Food Waste by 20 Percent” (Roadmap). Integral to the Roadmapare 27 solutions, categorized into Prevention, Recovery and Recycling. ReFED applied four screening criteria to identify the highest priority solutions for its report, including: “Is the solution limited to specific ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Food scraps recovery in Ohio

    THE STATE of Ohio launched the Ohio Food Scraps Recovery Initiative in June 2007. Prior to the launch, there were internal discussions at both Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) for months and years prior to the formal announcement. In September 2007, the State invited grocers, haulers and composters to a stakeholders meeting to ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Recovery, Recycling and Revenues

    Earlier this year, the UK’s Local Government Association (LGA) revealed that almost 615,000 tonnes of material is disposed of in England, even though it can be reused. It was calculated that by reusing this household waste, British tax payers could save up to £60 million. Most industries produce some form of waste whether it’s broken machinery, surplus food, or unused packaging. ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • The risky business of resource recovery

    Waste management operations, like any transport business, have many risks attached to them and all operators should avoid the “Dodgy Brothers” ignore-the-risks to save costs approach! Any transport business with large vehicles working in tight city and site access areas is prone to accidents and near miss incidents. Add to that the hazards of working with lifting, loading and compacting systems. ...


    By Wastedge.com

  • Heat recovery from wastewater

    Heat recovery from gray water is particularly important in water-intensive industries such as pulp and paper plants, dairies and breweries. Rather than flushing used water down the drain, consider whether a heat exchanging system can help you put that energy to work in your process again. Most plant operators arc aware of the need to save money and reduce the environmental impact of their plant ...


    By DDI Heat Exchangers Inc.

  • Designed for a Challenge – New Dow Product Line Helps Maximize Industrial Water Recovery, Minimize Waste

    Cost of water on the front end and discharge fees on the other end are squeezing industrial water users. Increasing water efficiency is a clear solution but facilities reusing and recycling must now treat water that is more fouled and more expensive to treat. To help alleviate these challenges in the market, Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: ...

  • Recovery Of Metals Using Combustion

    Process industries generate a number of hazardous waste streams containing metals bound with organic components. These metals can be quite valuable if they can be separated from the organic components and recovered. Four projects are discussed. ...

  • Liberating contaminants for easy recovery

    The number one challenge associated with most site remediation designs and methodologies is that 90-95 per cent of all environmental contaminants are present in an adsorbed phase onto soil and bedrock surfaces within both saturated and unsaturated zones. Contaminants, including hydrocarbons (LNAPL), chlorinates (DNAPL) and heavy metals, are sorbed onto the substrates and so have reduced mobility ...


    By Ivey International Inc.

  • Household waste recovery and recycling: a case study of Kigoma-Ujiji, Tanzania

    Management of waste in most developing countries has become important for most of the cities as they try to curb and control city growth and urbanisation. The general norm where waste management had been the sole duty of municipalities has proved not to work due to lack of funds, public participation, political will and awareness. This paper looks at the general problems faced in household waste ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Perspectives on organic waste recovery relative to composting and anaerobic digestion

    Generally speaking, organic waste renders its self suitable for recovery purposes owing to the nutrient elements it contains and the energy stored in the biochemical bonds of its constituent organic compounds. Both composting and anaerobic digestion (AD) have been used since a long time ago in reclaiming organic material. It seems that the first modern composting process was developed in 1920s in ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

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