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Title: Study on the Waste Water Treatment Technology for Steel Industry Recycle And Reuse
Researcher: Sinha Vikas Kumar
Guide(s): Samir Kumar Pandey,Sanjeev Kumar Sinha
University: Jharkhnad Rai University
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: Abstract newlineThe steel industry is one of the most important assets of a nation. Steel plants use a tremendous amount of water for waste transfer, cooling and dust control. The steel plants have sintering mills, coke plants, blast furnaces, chemical byproducts and chemical processes, water cooled rolls, pumps, extrusion experiment, transfer lines for sludge and slurries. All these plants use a tremendous amount of water to cool the products and flush the impurities away from the finished stock. newlineWastewater is generated in huge quantity in steel industries. It contains many dissolved, undisclosed substances and chemicals in the wastewater. The steel industries produce wastewater and sludge during different industrial processes. newlineThe development of innovative technologies for treatment of wastewaters from steel industries is a matter of alarming concern for us. Although many research papers have been reported on wastewater pollution control studies, but a very few research work is carried out for the treatment of wastewater of steel industries, especially in reference to development of design of industrial effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) system. Another beneficial aspect of this research work will be recycling and reuse of water and sludge from steel industry. newlineThe chapter-1 is the introduction of the present paper, describes about the universal fact that water is an important and very essential to life, but do we really know the detailed facts about water? The water is having a simple molecular composition, yet such a simple molecule is complex by nature and it could hurt us in many ways. The fresh water may be the most intolerant source amongst all the planet s renewable resources. newlineThere will be constant opposition over water, between the agricultural families and the urban dweller, ecological conservationists and industrialist, minorities living off natural resources and entrepreneurs seeking to commodity the resources base for profit-making gain. newlineParticularly poor management, unclear laws, governme
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