Application research on wastewater reuse for petrochemical refining industry in Taiwan
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Master of Science
Wu, Yeun C.
Cheremisinoff, Paul N.
Golub, Eugene B.
Petroleum chemicals industry--Taiwan
Nowadays water conservation and pollution abatement are needed to provide increasingly higher levels of treatment for industrial wastewaters.
Reducing treatment costs give us the incentive to minimize the volume of Wastewater effluent. Also, the national goal of zero discharge of pollutants to the waterways by 1985 provided further incentive -to minimize the flow of wastewaters.
A successful treatment of the wastewater discharged from the secondary effluent of the petroleum refinery plant to economically acceptable conditions offers a challenge to our technology.
Through this research, it is concluded that the excellent effluent water qualities produced from filtration and granular activated carbon adsorption treatment can be satisfactorily employed for cooling tower water, also the feed of manufacturing process water and boiler water supply.
njit-etd1990-008 (96 pages ~ 4,728 KB pdf)
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