Environmental Waste Management in Petrochemicals Company
Mohammed Abdulatef Mohammed Al-Seragi, Er. Akash Rana, Er. Ravi Baliyan
PWW, CW, Refining, Petrochemical, FEPA, FD.
Effluents and soil samples in which sediments from the handled effluents are dumped had been analyzed for physicochemical properties, metal and non-metal ions. these parameters were compared with mounted global trendy (FEPA). Effluents have been classified as process waste water (PWW), clarified water (CW), and very last discharge (FD). The tracking and performance evaluation studies had been completed for an effluent remedy plant of a refinery positioned within the western location of India. The samples from the inlet and outlet locations of ETP were accumulated at regular periods and were analyzed for special parameters. The pH, oil & grease, BOD, COD, suspended solids were discovered to be decreased extensively, wherein because the pH of the raw in addition to the dealt with effluent remain nearly the same. The generated records provided the evidence that the plant is operating with the norms specific by the pollution manipulate board and consequently assembly the release standard line.
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Unique Paper ID: 148049

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 12

Page(s): 283 - 286
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