2 edition of Managing and disposing of residues from environmental control facilities in the steel industry found in the catalog.
Managing and disposing of residues from environmental control facilities in the steel industry
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Energy, Minerals, and Industry, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Research Triangle Park, N.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Laszlo Pasztor and S.B. Floyd, Jr.|
|Series||Environmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-76-267, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-76-267.|
|Contributions||Floyd, S. B., Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
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Terminology. Tailings are also called mine dumps, culm dumps, slimes, tails, refuse, leach residue, slickens, or terra-cone (terrikon).. Examples Sulfide minerals. The effluent from the tailings from the mining of sulfidic minerals has been described as "the largest environmental liability of the mining industry". These tailings contain large amounts of pyrite (FeS 2) and Iron(II) sulfide (FeS. The disposal of solid waste generated from the steel industry processes is the major concern. Therefore, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle (3 Rs) philosophy and efficient waste management is need to be adopted by the steel industry. The following are the major solid wastes/co products/byproducts in various production processes of steel industry.
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During our study it became evident that presently most of the residues generated in the pollution control facilities of the iron and steel industry are arising in eight subcategories: coking, sintering, blast furnace (iron), basic oxygen process, open hearth furnace, electric arc furnace, rolling and pickling.
Managing and disposing of residues from environmental control facilities in the steel industry. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Energy, Minerals, and Industry, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Solid wastes generation in steel industry and their recycling potential.
Solid waste management in steel industry is aimed to extract the maximum practical benefits from waste products and to generate the minimum amount of waste to comply with Environmental legislation and regulations and the economics of disposal in the present : Sushovan Sarkar.
The main types of plants involved in iron and steel industry are sintering plants, blast furnaces and steel works, direct reduction plants, ferroalloy production, rolling, scarfing, pickling, iron and steel foundry, and other technologies, such as argon - oxygen decarburization, ladle metallurgy vacuum Size: KB.
Waste management is the collection, transportation, processing and disposal of garbage, sewage, car-go residues and other waste products. Waste management encompasses management of all processes and resources for proper handling of waste materials and dumping facilities to compliance with health codes and environmental regulations.
A lot of the things that people trash can be recycled. Prime examples include paper, newspaper, corrugated cardboard, high-grade paper, aluminum, steel (tin) cans, glass, plastic, motor oil, organic waste, and scrap metals. Some notes on recycling: • Paper with residues cannot be File Size: 1MB.
The traditional means of disposing of EAF dust is at a hazardous waste landfill site where the tonnage cost varies from country to country, but commonly, the costs continue to rise.
Steel plant waste is difficult to recycle back through the primary steel plant facility because of environmental compliance issues and their physical form as particulates/dusts. Infection Control in Health Care Facilities 24 Methods of disposal Sharps: • autoclave, shred and land-fill or microwave, shred and land-fill or treat by plasma pyrolysis of puncture-proof containers storing discarded sharps ; • deep burial in a secure area.
Burial should be 2 to 3 meters deep and at least meters above the groundwater table. Oil & Gas industry Waste Management. to waste coming from industrial facilities such as steel industries. on soils contaminated with residues from ore processing activities and revealed.
Waste management | • Treatment and disposal: This is a ‘last resort’ within the waste hierarchy. Treatment refers to any process that is designed to minimize the environmental impact of waste by changing the physical properties of waste or separating out and destroying toxic components of Size: 1MB.
reception facilities, the Marine Environment Protection Committee (the Committee), having received valuable input from the Industry Port Reception Facilities Forum, adopted, at its fifty-fifth session (October ), the Action Plan on Tackling the Inadequacy of Port Reception environmentally responsible disposal of MARPOL wastes/ Size: KB.
Emissions from incinerators can contaminate air and the ash residues, which contain heavy metals, also present disposal problems.
As residents of New York State, we bear the responsibility to dispose of our household hazardous waste properly in order to protect and preserve the quality of our groundwater, streams and lakes. In the following. The environmental impacts of alkaline residues can be locally severe (Roadcap et al., ) and long-lived (Mayes et al., ), and can affect terrestrial and aquatic environments.
Negative impacts can result from both accidental releases and from reuse of the residue, e.g. as construction by: Hazardous waste management programs encourage the minimization of waste in universities and provides incentives to these institutions to reduce the health environmental risks, and at the same time decrease the amount of hazardous waste to be handled, stored and transported, as well as reduce the cost of packaging, transportation, and disposal.
Residues from raw material processing (e.g., mining residues, oil field slop) Q12 Adulterated materials (e.g., oils contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls).
The book is written by leaders in the field who understand the complex issues of control surrounding food industry design, operations, and processes, contamination management methods, route analysis processing, allergenic residues, pest management, and more.
the site. These control measures include site-specific best management practices (BMPs), maintenance plans, inspections, employee training, and reporting. The procedures detailed in the SWPPP must be implemented by the facility and updated as necessary, with a copy of the SWPPP kept on-site.
The in. Managing pest populations using devices which affect them physically or alter their physical environment is called physical control. Exposure to sun rays, steaming, moisture management especially for stored grain pests, and light traps for attracting various kinds of moths, beetles and other pests are different methods used in physical by: on Port Reception Facilities () and the Guidelines for ensuring the adequacy of port waste reception facilities (resolution MEPC(44)).
Building on the Manual and the Guidelines, this Guidance suggests how modern environmental management systems and procedures can assist with the improvement of MARPOL residue/waste delivery Size: KB. Recycling and reusing used motor oil is preferable to disposal and can provide great environmental benefits.
Recycled used motor oil can be re-refined into new oil, processed into fuel oils, and used as raw materials for the petroleum industry. Waste Management Standards ASTM's waste management standards provide the guides, practices, and test methods pertinent to the process of handling residential, commercial, and industrial wastes.
This process involves the collection, transport, processing, and recycling or disposal (whichever is applicable) of waste materials for health.Check with your local solid waste management authority, environmental agency or health department to find out whether your community has a household hazardous waste collection program or a similar program for getting rid of unwanted, leftover pesticides.
These authorities can also inform you of any local requirements for pesticide waste disposal.Metal stamping companies are required to comply with a number of regulations relating to the collection, transport, treatment, and disposal of the wastes they generate.
As a result, each company must learn which materials are classfied as hazardous and how to comply with detailed regulations.