effluent stream

effluent stream

[ə′flü·ənt ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream that is fed by seeping groundwater.
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Contract Awarded for Provide a viable processing solution for their growing process effluent stream.
Based on their findings, struvite precipitation is an efficient approach of wastewater treatment as it reduces both Phosphorous and Nitrogen contents from the effluent stream to fulfill the legislation and regulations set by the region.
One of the by-products from the Fischer-Tropsch (FT) process is an effluent stream rich in organic acids and alcohols.
The brewery has also invested in recycling and re-using water which previously would have gone down the drain into the effluent stream, he added.
Micromac's DAF unit injects a coagulant and flocculant into the effluent stream in order to coagulate the particles.
Proper planning and transition coverage will help minimize the risk of effluent stream upsets and permit violations," he said.
A degree of saturation or inability of the activated charcoal to remove some components of the TOC in the effluent stream may have caused the activated charcoal to lose some of its effectiveness.
The problem that we have discovered is that very small particles of lighter weight plastics don't get trapped and continue in our effluent stream as floaters.
Unlike open-aquaculture systems, Place notes, where wastes whisk away with the ocean current or effluent stream, recirculating tanks can quickly develop lethal concentrations of nutrients and wastes if the filters become overwhelmed.
This would enable individual foundries to judge what degree of processing needs to be done to its effluent stream "spent sand" to meet asphalt companies' requirements.