effluent stream

effluent stream

[ə′flü·ənt ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream that is fed by seeping groundwater.
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to assimilative capacity of the receiving environment, fate and transport of key pollutants in the effluent stream and socioeconomic
The draft mandate for ZLD in the Iron & Steel sector is an impetus for it to adopt recycling and reuse of effluent stream, thus creating market opportunities for ZLD.
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.
First, the design of a reactor operating at high temperature: it implies the use of small amounts of catalyst (low contact time) and consequently a reduced size reactor to achieve high conversions of methanol (approximately 100%, Figure 6); however, there is a need for subsequent purification steps in the hydrogen stream to compensate for a large amount of CO in the effluent stream (Figure 7).
One of the by-products from the Fischer-Tropsch (FT) process is an effluent stream rich in organic acids and alcohols.
A by-product of this process is a highly concentrated (approximately five times the concentration of the source) brine effluent stream that must be disposed in some environmentally safe manner.
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.
The biomass will be treated using anaerobic digestion, which will convert it to recyclable products by using bacteria in an oxygen-free environment to produce biogas and a liquid effluent stream containing solids (raw fertilizer.
Proper planning and transition coverage will help minimize the risk of effluent stream upsets and permit violations," he said.