Process Water and Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Guidebook- Volume 2
Volume 2 of this guidebook contains 17 useful, how-to engineering articles formerly published in Chemical Engineering. The articles in Volume 2 provide practical engineering recommendations for process operators faced with the challenge of treating inlet water for process use, and treating industrial wastewater to make it suitable for discharge or reuse. Several articles focus on the importance of closed-loop or zero-discharge plant design. Other important topics covered here include: the selection, operation and maintenance of membrane-based treatment systems; treating water for use in recirculated-water cooling systems; managing water treatment to ensure trouble-free steam service; designing stripping columns for water treatment; and more. Articles were originally published between 2004 and 2011. 74 pages.
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Table of Contents
Process Water Treatment – Challenges and Solutions
Water Reuse and Conservation in the CPI
Strategies to Minimize Wastewater Discharge
Strategies for Water Reuse
Wastewater: A Reliable Water Resource
Membranes for Process Water Reuse
Strategies for Controlling Membrane Fouling
Fact at Your Fingertips: Membranes
Facts at Your Fingertips: Membrane Configurations
Facts at Your Fingertips: Controlling Membrane Fouling
Biodegradation and Testing of Scale Inhibitors
Keeping Cooling Water Clean
Caring for Cooling Water Systems
Purifying Coke-Cooling Wastewater
Non-Chemical Water Treatment
CPI Water and Steam Chemistry
Designing Steam Stripping Columns for Wastewater
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