Sludge Treatment

Dr.Eng. Abdulrzzak Alturkmani

Jeddah – KSA –2012 1-  General The suspended solids that are removed in a wastewater treatment plant are derived from the raw wastewater as well as from solids generated in the biological treatment processes. The solids are likely to contain micro-organisms which may contribute to the transmission of diseases, as well as organic and inorganic …

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Sludge Processing Methods – Sludge Thickening

Definition… Wastewater treatment objectives are accomplished by concentrating impurities into solid form and then separating these solids from the bulk liquid. These concentration of solids, referred to as sludge, contains many objectionable materials and must be disposed of properly. The sludge resulting from wastewater treatment operations and process is usually in the form of a …

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Hitachi Develops Solid CO2 Adsorbent Material for Coal-fired Power Plants

Masaru Yoshida, Nikkei Monozukuri

Apr 3, 2012 16:29 Hitachi Ltd developed a solid adsorbent material made by using cerium oxide for collecting and accumulating carbon dioxide (CO2) produced by coal fired power generation. Compared with zeolitic solid adsorbents, which are commercially available and commonly used for collecting CO2, the amount of CO2 adsorbed by the new material is about …

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