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In-plant testing of membranes to treat electroplating wastewater
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||In plant testing of membranes to treat electroplating wastewater.|
|Statement||submitted by D.B. Shah and Orhan Talu.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198796.|
|Contributions||Talu, Orhan., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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The design criteria is to produce a residual wastewater stream which would meet U.S. EPA effluent guidelines for metal content and a concentrated metal ion stream which could be further recovered by electrowinning. The process also has direct application to metal recovery from electroplating wastewaters. Reichhold provides technical assistance for the selection of the proper resin and will provide test coupons prepared according to ASTM C for in-plant testing. To obtain assistance, contact the Reichhold Corrosion Hotline at , or email us at [email protected]
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NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Shah, D. B.; Talu, Orhan. This is the final report submitted for the work performed under the NASA Cooperative Agreement NCC for the project entitled 'In-Plant Testing of Membranes To Treat Electroplating Waste water'.
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In-plant testing of membranes to treat electroplating wastewater. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Shah, D. B.; Talu, Orhan. This is the final report submitted for the work performed under the NASA Cooperative Agreement NCC for the project entitled 'In-Plant Testing of Membranes To Treat Electroplating Waste water'.
The. This work addresses the synergistic removal of nickel from the electroplating wastewater using a supported liquid membrane (SLM) process. The supported liquid membrane formulation consisting of Di. Electroplating generates copious amounts of wastewater to be treated, normally for removal and/or destruction of materials such as chromium, cyanide, nickel, cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc.
The wastewater from such systems is usually at the extremes of the pH scale depending upon which stage is being treated, thus requiring by: 1. Best Practice Guide NO. BPGCS Wastewater Treatment – Activated Sludge Process The following is intended to provide a first check for those involved in the operation, management and monitoring of the activated sludge process to confirm that good practices are in place.
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