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Advanced Technologies in Electroplating and Effluent

The new process uses an electroless nickel plating to deposit coatings. Previous plating required clean India's population is equivalent to 17.5% of the. total world population. India ranks number. 2. • Rinse water effluent • Spent plating baths • Spent alkaline and acidic etchants and cleaners

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INDIAN STANDARDS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT AN

1 INDIAN STANDARDS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT AN OVERVIEW By: Prof. T. I. Eldho IIT Bombay Mumbai, India October 11, 2014 IFAT 2014 October 9-11, 2014

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Automobile Wastewater Treatment Plant Rochem India

In India, automobile sector is one of the largest growing industries. Many joint ventures have been set up in India with foreign collaboration. Effluent generated from automobile industries contain various heavy metals like zinc, lead, copper, sulphate, phosphate, chromium, nickel etc.

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Research For Removal Of Nickel From Waste Water A Review

investigation,increasing the initial nickel concentration decreased nickel removal percentage due to the saturation of clay with nickel ions. They observed that the adsorption of nickel increased from 70 to 100 % with an increase in solution pH from 2.0 to 9.0. The adsorption isotherm data

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Electroplating Effluent Treatment Plant Electroplating

As the electroplating industries are located in tiny and unorganized sectors in India the problem becomes graver. Due to lack of technology, Automation and process control, there is considerable change in the effluent coming from these industries. Therefore the effluent exerts variable characteristics.

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Effluent Standards

Applicable scope Effluent characteristics Effluent limits Notes Nickel 1.0 Selenium 0.5 Arsenic 0.5 Boron 1.0 Sulfide 1.0 Formaldehyde 3.0 PCBs 0.00005 Total organophosphorous compounds (such as Parathion, Diazinon, Tamaron, Azodrin,EPN, etc.) 0.5 Total aminomethyl-carbamate (such as Mipcin, Carbofuran, Lannate, Unden,BPMC, etc.)

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PROCESSING OF ELECTROPLATING EFFLUENT FOR THE

(Council of Scientific & Industrial Research), Jamshedpur-831 007, India Keywords: Effluent, Zinc, Chromium, Ion exchange Abstract In order to reduce the pollution and conserve the resources, a process has been proposed to recover zinc and chromium from the electroplating effluent following ion exchange technique.

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COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT

Government of India for Common Effluent Treatment Plants as per, (Environment Protection Rules, 1986) A. Primary Treatment Parameter for inlet effluent quality of CETP Standards (Concentration in mg/l) pH 5.5 9.0 Temperature °C 45 Oil & Grease 20 Phenolic Compounds (as C 6H5OH) 5.0 Ammonical Nitrogen (as N) 50 Cynide (as N) 2.0

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FOR COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANTS

process of ensuring sustained development. Today, EIA is formalized as a regulatory tool in more than 100 countries for effective integration of environmental concerns in the economic development process. The EIA process in India was made mandatory and was also given a legislative status through a Notification issued in January 1994. The

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REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCHARGE OF TRADE EFFLUENT INTO

Page 5 (c) any process of treating trade effluent or other waste or refuse from the public sewer; or (d) any process of treating sewage from the public sewer for reuse.6. Trade Effluent Tariff Scheme Applicant may with the prior permission of the Board discharge into any public sewer trade effluent containing BOD or TSS greater than 400 milligrams per litre but not

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COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT

Government of India for Common Effluent Treatment Plants as per, (Environment Protection Rules, 1986) A. Primary Treatment Parameter for inlet effluent quality of CETP Standards (Concentration in mg/l) pH 5.5 9.0 Temperature °C 45 Oil & Grease 20 Phenolic Compounds (as C 6H5OH) 5.0 Ammonical Nitrogen (as N) 50 Cynide (as N) 2.0

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS Removal of Nickel, Zinc and Copper

For instance, aging wastewater at a nickel plating plant contained 2900 ppm of nickel ions [8]. According to the Environmental Quality (Industrial Effluent) Regulations 2009 by the Department of Environment (DOE), Malaysia [9], the acceptable discharged concentration for nickel and copper is 1.0 mg/L, while zinc is 2.0 mg/L. The

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Wastewater Production, Treatment, and Use in India

In India, there are 234-Sewage Water Treatment plants (STPs). Most of these were developed under various river action plans (from 1978-79 onwards) and are located in (just 5% of) cities/ towns along the banks of major rivers (CPCB, 2005a). In class-I cities, oxidation pond or Activated sludge process is the most commonly employed

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Effluent Treatment Plants Effluent Treatment Plant for

With through knowledge of the industry, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying qualitative range of Industrial Effluent Treatment Plants. The product range offered by us includes . We design, supply, install and commissinon Effluent Treatment Plants. Hundreds of our Effluent Treatment Plants are in operation in India and outside.

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Treatment of Electroplating Wastewater by Adsorption

C. Effluent Discharge Standards In India the effluent discharge standards are laid down and monitored by Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi, which is a statutory agency of Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. The standards specify the desirable quality of effluent emanated from various industries.

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Treatment of Effluents of Fertilizer Industry

The process water clarification plant suldge, ash slurry from coal gasification plants, steam generation plants or phosphoric acid plant effluent during neutralization of effluent. These effluents containing suspended solids are settled in a suitably designed settling basin and the clear overflow passes out.

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Treatment of Industrial Effluents Environmental Pollution

A second-stage treatment, of the clarified effluent from the first stage, with lime to pH 8.0 8.5 results in the formation of highly insoluble hydroxy apatite, Ca 5 (0H)(P0 4) 3 and fluorapatite, Ca 10 F 2 (P0 4) 6 complexes and thus the fluoride and phosphate concentrations are reduced to 10 mg/1 and 5 mg/1, respectively, in the final

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Ranipet Tannery Effluent Treatment Co.Ltd.

The plant is designed to handle about 4500 cum/day of effluent, making it one of the largest Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) for tannery wastewater in the country. Since its establishment in the year 1995, the CETP has been constantly upgraded with either partial assistance or matching grant from the Government of India and Tamil nadu.

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Pollution The Official Website of Ministry of

Development of Standards for Treated Effluent of Sewage Treatment Plants: Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) carried out study on status of Municipal wastewater generation and treatment capacity in Metropolitan cities, Class I cities and Class II towns of India and published a document (CUPS/61/2005-06). CPCB reported during 2010-2011 that

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Standards for Effluent Discharge Regulations

1. These regulations may be cited as the Environment Protection (Standards for effluent discharge) Regulations 2003. 2. In these regulations (b)“effluent” means water sullied or contaminated by any matter, in solution or suspension and derived from the use of the water in connection with domestic, industrial or other activities;

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Physicochemical characterisation of nickel electroplating

TSS recorded in the raw nickel electroplating effluent of the present study was 600 mg/ l which is six times greater than the tolerance limits prescribed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (100 ml) whereas it was 87 mg/ g/ l in the microbially treated nickel electroplating effluent which satisfies the

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Effluent Treatment & Wastewater Treatment Plant Eureka

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Saravanan, A., Senthil Kumar, P., and Preetha, B. 2016

Saravanan, A., Senthil Kumar, P., and Preetha, B. 2016. Optimization of process parameters for the removal of chromium (VI) and nickel (II) from aqueous solutions by mixed biosorbents (custard apple seeds and Aspergillus niger using response surface methodology.Desalination Water Treatment, 57(31), pp. 14530-14543.

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Toxicity of Heavy Metals Pollutants in Textile Mills Effluents

Nickel-induced toxicity and carcinogenicity, with an emphasis on the generation and role of reactive oxygen species is reviewed. Nickel Concentration in textile effluent samples varies from 0.11 mg/l to 0.22 mg/l.Iron toxicity is also associated with joint disease (arthropathy), arrhythmia,

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