• coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review

    Keeley J. Jarvis P. Judd S.J. An economic assessment of coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals. Desalination. 2012; 287:132–137. [Google Scholar] King P.H. Chen B.H. H. Weeks R.K. Recovery and re-use of coagulants from treatment of water and wastewater. Virginia Water Resources Research Center Bulletin. 1975;((77)):57. 1–58

  • coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals 2677 energy usage and reuse of wastewater (WW) sludge (Water UK Sustainability Network, 2008). The principles of green chemistry may introduce water util-ities to a more structured approach to make similar progress in the chemical processes used in potable treatment, moving towards the ideal of

  • (pdf) coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a

    (PDF) Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals 2691 Economic management of the inevitable fouling of pressure-filtration membranes is a key to successful treatment of a concentrated, acidified

  • coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review

    (2014). Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review of Applicable Technologies. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology: Vol. 44, No. 24, pp. 2675-2719.

  • coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review of Applicable Technologies. Keeley J(1), Jarvis P(1), Judd SJ(1). Author information: (1)Cranfield Water Science Institute, Cranfield University , Cranfield , Bedfordshire , UK. Conventional water treatment consumes large quantities of coagulant and produces even greater volumes of sludge.

  • coagulant recovery and reuse for drinking water treatment

    Coagulant recovery and reuse for drinking water treatment

    Coagulant recovery and reuse from waterworks sludge has the potential to significantly reduce waste disposal and chemicals usage for water treatment. Drinking water regulations demand purification of recovered coagulant before they can be safely reused, due to the risk of disinfection by-product precursors being recovered from waterworks sludge

  • coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review

    Conventional water treatment consumes large quantities of coagulant and produces even greater volumes of sludge. Coagulant recovery (CR) presents an opportunity to reduce both the sludge quantities and the costs they incur, by regenerating and purifying coagulant before reuse.

  • coagulant recovery from water treatment residuals: a review

    Coagulant Recovery from Water Treatment Residuals: A Review

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  • [pdf] selective coagulant recovery from water treatment plant

    [PDF] Selective coagulant recovery from water treatment plant

    This study presents the salient results of an extensive investigation pertaining to selective alum recovery from water treatment residuals (WTR) using DMP. Water treatment plants use alum, Al2(SO4)3 x 14H2O, as a coagulant, alum being finally converted and discharged as insoluble aluminum hydroxide along with natural organic matters (NOM

  • recovery and reuse of coagulants from treatment of water

    Recovery and reuse of coagulants from treatment of water

    Coagulants used in many water treatment processes are increasing in cost and supply problems. For this reason, finding more efficient means for reclaiming and reusing these chemicals would offer substantial economic benefits in the operation of water and wastewater treatment systems. This was the objecti ve of the research project reported herein. In laboratory experiments, it tested

  • using acid mine drainage to recover a coagulant from water

    Using Acid Mine Drainage to Recover a Coagulant from Water

    The water treatment residuals had Al and total Fe concentrations of 1.2 and 1.3%, respectively, based on mass. The influence of contact time of the mine water with the water treatment residuals and the percent of excess sulfate were assessed. The results showed that 28 min of contact and 100% of excess sulfate allowed recovery of >90% of the Al.