mercury waste treatmen Articles

  • Mercury stabilization takes the sting out of mercury

    In elementary form, mercury is a danger to humans and the environment. But chemically bound to sulfur it loses its toxicity and can be disposed safely. The process which transforms the highly toxic metal into an unproblematic red powder is called mercury stabilization. As a specialist for cleaning mercury contaminated soil and waste by vacuum distillation econ also offers a process for mercury ...

  • VaCure Mercury stabilisation by Mobile Units

    For metallic mercury separated from various different waste streams Spent catalyst from the oil & gas industry, spent activated carbon, residues from former chlorine-alkali production, drilling wastes, fluorescent lamps powder. They all have one thing in common: Elemental mercury is separated during thermal treatment. econ industries´ competence to provide solutions to deal ...

  • 2013-05 AHK business news - Revolutionising hazardous waste management

    New interview with econs CEO about doing business down under by the German-Australian Chamber The German- Australian Chamber of Commerce released a new run of their quarterly "German-Australian Business News", where they keep their members and business partners informed about company news, chamber events and activities, trade fairs or job opportunities down under.   The current 2nd edition ...

  • Removal of ionic metals from wastewaters of COD determinations

    Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) determinations generate highly disruptive waste streams with chromium, mercury and silver. These should follow specific waste management approaches in search of environmental and economical benefits, for which this work reports simple chemical procedures allowing toxic metal removal. Chromium(VI) is reduced to chromium(III) and total chromium is precipitated with ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Phytoremediation of mercury using Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms

    Roots of Eichhornia crassipes were found to accumulate maximum content of mercury (92.21 μg g−1 dry wt) in the roots of plants treated with 1000 μg l−1 concentration of mercuric acetate on 14th day of treatment. The bioconcentration factor (BCF) was found to be highest for lowest mercury concentrations ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Aluminum Anodizer Case Study Waste Water Treatment

    Manufacturing Wastewater Treatment Case Studies Aluminum Anodizer This facility anodizes aluminum components in a bath of sulfuric acid. The pH of the untreated wastewater is around 4, so it must ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Mercury

    Abstract Mercury is a naturally occurring metal found in the Earth’s crust. At high doses, mercury is known to cause adverse human health effects. Over the past several years, EPA (the Environmental Protection Agency) has focused on mercury exposures because of its potential to cause adverse human health and environmental effects, and because of its persistence and widespread distribution in the ...


    By Valahia University

  • Legal Lookout: EPA Expands Mercury Reduction Program

    Untitled Document Mercury is a naturally occurring metal found in the Earth’s crust. At high doses, mercury is known to cause adverse human health effects. Over the past several ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

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