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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Factory and trade waste,
  • Tanning

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Harry B. Hommon.
SeriesPublic health bulletin ;, no. 100, U.S. Public Health Service. Studies on the treatment and disposal of industrial wastes ..., 3
ContributionsDeford Leather Company, Luray, Va., Haffner Brothers Company, Cincinnati.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD897 .U6 no. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination133 p. incl. tables.
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6630662M
LC Control Number20026081
OCLC/WorldCa8212408

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Tanneries belong to industrial sectors with the highest levels of water consumption. To make good quality leather from one ton of raw material, experience has shown that up to 60 m³ of water are required. The volume of waste water, which contains high levels of alkaline and organic substances, is, of course, correspondingly high. Direct discharge or treatment in municipal waste .   Tannery wastewater and solid wastes often find their way into surface water, where toxins are carried downstream and contaminate water used for bathing, cooking, swimming, and irrigation. Chromium waste can also seep into the soil and contaminate groundwater systems that provide drinking water for nearby communities. This book is comprised of 21 chapters and begins with a discussion on the biochemistry of aerobic treatment of organic waste and the biochemistry of anaerobic digestion. The next chapter deals with the ecology of activated sludge and bacteria beds and examines the factors determining the character and dominant organisms of a sludge.   Tannery waste 1. Tannery process scheme, wastewater treatment, its impact to public health and effluent discharge standards BY 1. WILLIAMS NDIFREKE ETUK 2. MOSES FARRELL LUKA 3. SULAIMAN ISHAQ MUKTAR 4. OGBOGU TELMA 1 2. 2 3.