4 edition of International waste minimization approaches & policies to metal plating found in the catalog.
International waste minimization approaches & policies to metal plating
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Available from the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||International waste minimization approaches and policies to metal plating|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response|
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|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
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International waste minimization approaches & policies to metal plating u.s. environmental protection agency august Waste Minimization Opportunities Available to the Metal Plating Industry Category of Waste Minimization Options Examples Applications Limitations General Waste Reduction Practices Improved operating procedures Drag-out reduction Rinse-water use reduction Air emissions reduction Applicable to all conventional plating operations Should be considered standard.
*International Waste Minimization Approaches and Policies to Metal Plating (PB) provides an industry overview, a description of metal plating processes, a characteri- zation of waste streams produced, suggestions for waste minimization and pollution prevention techniques, and tools for evaluating pollution prevention opportunities.
Waste minimization (WM) in the manufacturing industries is one of the major tasks in the prevention of industrial pollution.
Virtually all man- ufacturing of precious metal products involves electroplating. Industrial waste pollution control is a major issue in waste management. Table 4 shows the waste minimization options for metal plating operations. The following are some of the management process solutions (30).
r Recycle process baths after concentration and ﬁltration. Intelligent decision support for waste minimization in electroplating plants.
Abstract. Wastewater, spent solvent, spent process solutions, and sludge are the major waste streams generated in large volumes daily in electroplating plants. These waste streams can be significantly minimized through process modifiction and opertion by: Waste minimisation is a process of reducing the amount and activity of waste materials to a level as low as reasonably achievable.
Waste minimisation is now applied at all stages of nuclear processing from power plant design through operation to decommissioning. SOURCES OF WASTE There are three categories of waste that must be considered when formulating a waste minimization program.
Bath Drag-Out to Rinses This is the carryover of concentrated process baths on the workpieces, which is removed by stagnant and flowing water by: The wastes that a metal fabricating business would have to contend with might include many of the following: spent metalworking fluids. acid/alkaline wastes.
halogenated and nonhalogenated solvents. abrasives. process solutions and rinsewater containing toxic substances. Request PDF | Waste minimisation in a hard chromiun plating Small Medium Enterprise (SME) | The high potential of waste stream minimisation in the metal finishing sector.
approach was prioritized. Management of waste through the hierarchal approach is a recognized international model for the prioritization of waste management options. It offers a holistic approach to the management of waste materials, and provides a systematic method for waste management during the waste lifecycle addressing in turn waste avoidance,File Size: 1MB.
operation. Releases of chemicals from metal finishing operations (herein after referred to as plating operations) often result in impacts to soil, soil vapor, groundwater, and indoor air, as well as other environmental media.
DTSC has developed Investigation and Remediation of Plating Facilities as a reference document for corrective action and.
The Guide for Industrial Waste Managementaddresses non-hazardous industrial waste subject to Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The reader is referred to the existence of 40 CFR PartSubparts A and B, which provide federal requirements for non-hazardous industrial waste facilities or practices.
This chapter will: Outline source reduction techniques used in: metal cleaning and stripping surface plating and related processes printed circuit board manufacturing Outline recycling and recovery processes used in: metal cleaning and stripping surface plating and related processes printed circuit board manufacturing Chapter 2, WASTE MINIMIZATION OPTIONS FOR THE METAL FINISHING.
Get this from a library. Hazardous waste minimization handbook. [Thomas E Higgins] -- "This book, designed to assist industrial engineers and managers in making changes in purchasing, manufacturing, and waste handling practices to reduce the costs and liabilities of waste disposal.
This book covers the latest in recycling and reuse research focused toward greater sustainability and includes chapters authored by the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners in the field. Topics covered include recycling and reuse, solid waste management, renewable energy, environmental studies, and wastewater management.
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Table 1. Waste Minimization Options for Metal Plating Operations Table 2. Process Inputs and Pollution Generated Table 3. Overview of Federal Regulations Affecting the Metal Finishing Industry Table 4. RCRA Listed Wastes Table 5.
EPA Regulations for the Three Generator Classes Table 6. Overview of Assessment Information Table 7. WASTE MINIMIZATION AND RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES by W. McLay QVF Process Systems Inc., Horseheads, N. and F. Reinhard CH2M Hill, Eagan, Minn.
The surface-finishing industry is a chemical-intensive by:. Introduction - cost-benefit methods; setting up a programme for waste minimization; machining and metal working; solvent cleaning and degreasing; metal plating and surface finishing; painting and coating; removal of paint and coatings; waste treatment to .This is the final report of a one year laboratory directed research and development project at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).
Traditional wet chemical electroplating techniques utilize toxic materials and pose environmental hazards in the disposal of primary baths and waste waters. Pollutants include metals and nonmetals, such as oil, grease, phosphates, and toxic and organic Author: J.
Scheuer, K. Walter, M. Nastasi.The results indicated that, after applying the waste minimization measures alone at the source, prior to final treatment of industrial waste, removal rates of cyanide, copper, nickel, and chromium.