salt cake


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salt cake

[′sȯlt ‚kāk]
(inorganic chemistry)
Impure sodium sulfate; used in soaps, paper pulping, detergents, glass, ceramic glaze, and dyes.
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The new process will reuse all available energy that is lost during the aluminium recycling process and will require no additional energy for the salt cake recycling.
The notice includes making provisions on how all future salt cake will be dealt with by the company in a way which avoids pollution to the environment.
The project, to be completed by May 2002, consists of upgrading aging piping systems in the F-Area Tank Farm, an area of the site that contains high-level radioactive liquid, sludge, and salt cake waste held in one-million-gallon underground storage tanks.
It also has a 50 percent interest in a joint venture facility adjacent to the Utah plant which uses a patented process to reclaim materials from salt cake, a by-product of aluminum recycling.
SALTS operates a facility adjacent to the Utah recycling plant which reclaims materials from salt cake, a by-product of the recycling process.
Tenders are invited for Placement of empty trucks near Material Gate Weighbridge after weighment at the weighbridge, unloading of chemicals such as caustic flake, salt cake, soapstone powder, industrial salt, ferric alum, non ferric alum, starch rosin, etc.
IMCO is now building a new plant to recover additional aluminum from salt cake, a by-product of the recycling process.
plant that will process salt cake, a by-product of aluminum recycling, to recover additional aluminum prior to landfilling.