Increasing demand on industrial capacity has, as an unintended consequence, produced an accompanying increase in harmful and hazardous wastes. Derived from the second edition of the popular Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment, Waste Treatment in the Process Industries outlines the fundamentals and latest developments in waste treatment in various process industries, such as pharmaceuticals, textiles, petroleum, soap, detergent, phosphate, paper, pulp, pesticides, rubber, and power. Comprehensive in scope, it provides information that is directly applicable to daily waste management problems throughout the industry. The book contains in-depth discussions of environmental pollution sources, waste characteristics, control technologies, management strategies, facility innovations, process alternatives, costs, case histories, effluent standards, and future trends for the process industry. It includes extensive bibliographies for each type of industrial process waste treatment or practice, invaluable information to anyone who needs to trace, follow, duplicate, or improve on a specific process waste treatment practice. A quick scan of the chapters and contributors reveals the depth and breadth of the book's coverage. It provides technical and economical information on how to develop the most feasible total environmental control program that can benefit both process industry and local municipalities.A schematic flow diagram of fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) is shown in Fig. 4. The FCC process involves at least four types of reactions: (1) thermal decomposition; (2) primary catalytic reactions at the catalyst surface; (3) secondary catalyticanbsp;...
|Title||:||Waste Treatment in the Process Industries|
|Author||:||Lawrence K. Wang, Yung-Tse Hung, Howard H. Lo, Constantine Yapijakis|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2005-10-31|