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"Nitrifying bacteria are found in soils, compost piles, sewage disposal systems, fresh water and marine habitats, and in most other aerobic environments where organic compounds are being mineralized. ... decreasing NH3 diffusion andincreasing the requirement for energy-dependent transport of NH4+." Haug and McCarty (1972)

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  • The environmental biogeochemistry of chelating agents

    Jan 01, 1981The environmental biogeochemistry of chelating agents and recommendations for the disposal of chelated radioactive wastes. Author links open overlay HZO, salts, NH3). Primary degradation refers to destruction of the characteristic properties (e.g., chelating ability) of the compound (22). Nishita, H., Haug…Cited by: 96

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  • Reducing Ammonia Losses by Adding FeCl3

    Haug, R.T.: 1993, The practical Maximizing NH3 gas recovery during composting processes has the potential benefit of producing high-value microalgal biomass. recycling and/or reutilization

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  • Full-Scale Evaluation of Biological Nitrogen Removal

    Table 2?Alkalinity: NH3-N destruction ratios observed during nitrification studies. A Alkalinity System A NH3-N Source Suspended growth 6.4 Mulbarger, 1971 6.0 Hortskorte et al., 1974 7.1 Newton and Wilson, 1973 Attached growth 6.5 Gasseref ai, 1974 7.3 Haug and McCarty, 1971 AERATIDN TANK 3 CLARIFIER ND. 4 RAS

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  • Quality improvement of biosolids by ferrate(VI) oxidation

    Jan 01, 1996NH3) and final disposal (NHJ). ifthe sludge is stabilized with lime. The sulphur contents (mercaptanes, organic sulphides and disulphides and. above all, hydrosulphuric acid) represent most ofthe molecules which cause the odours found inCited by: 53

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  • Preventive control of ammonia and odor emissions during

    Traditional measures used in the composting industry for ammonia and odor emissions control are those involving collection and treatment such as thermal oxidation, adsorption, wet scrubbing and biofiltration. However, these methods do not address the source of the odor generation problem. The primary objective of

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  • Aerobic decomposition of organic wastes I.

    Nov 01, 1994The gross reaction for decom- position of an amino acid is: CH3 CHNH2 COO- + 302 --* 2CO2 + HCO3 + NH3 + H20 (4) s. T. Jakobsen / Resources, Conservation and Recycling 12 (1994) 165-175 169 The isoelectric point of an organic acid is equal to the pH where half the molecules are in the acid form and

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  • An evaluation of Waterless Human Waste Management

    The absence of sewers and roads at backcountry sites makes the management of human excreta offensive, intensive, and expensive. Proper management is essential in order to prevent deleterious pathogen and nutrient discharge. The dearth of resources, vague certification standards, absence of monitoring, and erroneous

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  • Comparative evaluation of aeration methods for municipal

    Dec 15, 20161. Introduction. The most applicable disposal method for the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (MSW) especially at large cities is considered to be biological conversion (Montejo et al., 2013, Visvanathan et al., 2005).As an attractive, low-cost method, composting may be introduced as one of the fittest methods

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  • Sulfur Hexafluoride purification device manufacturer

    The recycling device is suitable for SF6 electrical equipment and GIS combined electrical equipment. According to DL/T662-1999 Sulfur Hexafluoride Inflator and Recovery Device,the device is composed of recycling system, gas charging system, vacuum pumping system, purification system and gas storage system, with the

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  • Biosolids and Residuals Management Fact Sheet Odor

    vvEPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water Washington, D.C. EPA 832-F-00-067 September 2000 Biosolids and Residuals Management Fact Sheet Odor Control in Biosolids Management DESCRIPTION This Fact Sheet provides information on the control of odors from biosolids production facilities, and the

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  • MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

    use, storage, handling, disposal sampling conducted at several 30 locations on the facility rosedale 144n 41w 05/06/1995 95-0295 kent hitch came loose and hose pulled away from tank. valves malfunctioned. 1,000 gallons of nh3 waubun farmers field near waubun 142n 41w 28

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  • Nitrification And Denitrification Facilities Wastewater

    Haug and McCarty2 recently have reported upon nitrification in submerged filters and observed pH phenomena. They found that the nitrifying organisms were able to acclimate to low pH levels of 6.0 within about 10 days, and develop the ability to oxidize ammonia as rapidly as at pH levels of 7.0 or more.

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  • Abatement of ammonia and amines from waste gases: A

    Translate this pageIn the combined SO 2 removal and NH 3 recycling system, the NH 3 slipped from the CO 2 absorber was either reused (recycled back to the CO 2 absorber or retained in the wash water for SO 2 removal)...

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  • 2.12. Beneficial Bacteria - Aquariumscience.org

    “Nitrifying bacteria are found in soils, compost piles, sewage disposal systems, fresh water and marine habitats, and in most other aerobic environments where organic compounds are being mineralized. decreasing NH3 diffusion andincreasing the requirement for energy-dependent transport of NH4+.” Haug and McCarty (1972)

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  • The Practical Handbook of Compost Engineering

    Translate this pageDownload Citation | On May 4, 2018, RogerTim Haug published The Practical Handbook of Compost Engineering | Find, read and cite all

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  • Energy and mass balances of windrow composting

    Despite its benefits, composting can produce large amounts of gaseous carbon (C) and nitro-gen (N) emissions that include carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), and ammonia (NH3).

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  • Efficacy of NH3 as a secondary barrier treatment

    May 05, 2017Results of this study showed that the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of NH3 is 0.1 M (~1,468 NH3-N mg/L), and 0.5 M NH3 (~7,340 NH3-N mg/L) for ST4232 MRSA43300, respectively at 24 h and

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  • Process Design Manual for Nitrogen Control

    ----- CONTENTS Chapter Page ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ii ABSTRACT iii CONTENTS v LIST OF FIGURES xviii LIST OF TABLES xxiii FOREWORD xxvii 1 INTRODUCTION 1-1 1.1 Background and Purpose 1-1 1.2 Scope of the Manual 1-2 1.3 Guide to the User 1-2 2 NITROGENOUS MATERIALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE NEED FOR

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  • The Influence of pH on the Nitrification Rate - Nitrogen

    Mar 05, 2021Haug etal. (1974) calculated that to maintain thepH greater than 6,0 the alkalinity of the waste water must be 10 times higher than the amount of ammonium nitrified. It is important to distinguish between long-term and short-term pH effects on the environment where the nitrification process is to occur.

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  • Influence of aeration on volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs

    Dec 01, 2016This study investigates the influence of aeration on volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) and ammonia (NH 3) emissions during kitchen waste composting.Aerobic composting of kitchen waste and cornstalks was conducted at a ratio of 85:15 (wet weight basis) in 60 L reactors for 30 days.The gas emissions

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  • Design Considerations In Aerated Static Pile Composting

    Jan 22, 2013The stoichiometric demand for oxygen can vary from about 1.0 g O2 /g BVS for highly oxygenated feedstocks like cellulose or starch to 4.0 g O2 /g BVS for some hydrocarbons (Haug, 1993). Because air contains 23.2 percent oxygen by weight, the air demand is the oxygen demand divided by 0.232. This demand

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  • Evaluation of MSW organic fraction for composting

    This can also occur in waste disposal bins in which OF ˜ et al. (1989): ROM and nh-N were determined as TOM and Sana is stored for prolonged periods of time (Statheropoulos et al., 2005). and org-N in the residue obtained after two successive sulphuric The pH values detected are under the optimum range reported by acid

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  • Air Pollution Control Alternatives for Shale Oil

    ----- Section 2.0 RETORT PROCESS REVIEW 2-1 2.1 Background ~ 2-4 2.1.1 Chemistry 2-5 2.2 Formation and Fate of Pollutants 2-14 2.2.1 Criteria Pollutants (SOX, NOX) 2-14 2.2.2 Trace Elements 2-25 2.3 Retort Processes 2-27 2.3.1 Above-Ground Retorts 2-31 2.3.2 In-situ Retorts 2-33 2.4 Process Descriptions 2-35

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  • Biofiltration nitrification design overview

    Mar 17, 2013Un-ionized ammonia is toxic to fish at low concentrations, with 96-hour LC50apos;s varying widely by species from as low as 0.08 mg/L NH3-N for pink salmon to 2.2 mg/L NH3-N for common carp. In general, warm-water fish are more tolerant to ammonia toxicity than cold-water fish, and freshwater fish are

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  • Worlds Best Compost - Climate Policy Watcher

    Methane emission was observed within only 1 day from starting the composting, while N2O and NH3 repeatedly rose and fell after every turning. Of the total N loss during composting, the total amount of N2O emission was a small fraction of NH3 emissions. Lessard et al. (1996) measured N2O emissions from agricultural soils

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  • Composting Livestock and Poultry - USDA

    Web viewOct 06, 2003NH3 and other gases may be evolved if the process is not controlled well. During curing or maturation, mesophilic organisms re-colonize the compost. Length of curing time depends on market opportunities, but typically represents a minimum of 1 month and generally lasts 3–6 months. Figure 1-3.

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  • Microbial Ecology of Composting Dead Poultry and

    Application of the composted material to soil resulted in low NH3 losses, as NH4-N concentrations were low. The study found that the largest reduction in NH3 losses from poultry excreta was achieved if the excreta were dried prior to storage and incorporated into soil [7].During 1-15 days temperature increased from 29-60 C&,

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  • WO2006000364A1 - Electrolytically recoverable etching

    The invention relates to an electrolytically recoverable etching solution, especially for etching printed boards and molded parts from copper and copper alloys. Said etching solution is substantially constituted of water, ammonia, copper (II) sulfate, ammonium sulfate and optionally a vanadium-containing catalyst for increasing etching speed.

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  • CO2 Capture - Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC, at the UKCCSRC

    Mar 25, 2015Ugochukwu E. Aronu, Shahla Ghondal, Erik T. Hessen, Tore Haug-Warberg, Ardi Hartono, Karl A. Hoff, Hallvard F. Svendsen, Equilibrium in the H2O- MEA-CO2 system: new data and modelling, Proc. 1st Post Combustion Capture Conference, Abu Dhabi,17th -19th May 2011. 120C 100C 80C 60C 40C Vapour

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  • Folleto informativo del manejo de biosólidos y residuos

    Translate this pagevvEFA DESCRIPCION United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water Washington, D.C. EPA832-F-00-067 Septiembre de 2000 Folleto informativo del manejo de biosolidos y residues Control de olores en el manejo de biosolidos Este folleto proporciona information sobre el control de olores de las instalaciones de

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  • US6579713B2 - Apparatus for bio-conversion of

    US6579713B2 US10/094,488 US9448802A US6579713B2 US 6579713 B2 US6579713 B2 US 6579713B2 US 9448802 A US9448802 A US 9448802A US 6579713 B2 US6579713 B2 US 6579713B2 Authority US United States Prior art keywords waste disposal excavating disposal volume putrescent Prior art date

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  • Evaluation of the Biogas Productivity Potential of

    Influence of inoculum- manure. Resources, Conservation and Recycling substrate ratio on the anaerobic digestion of sunflower 43:175-188. oil cake in batch mode: process stability and kinetic Khanal, S. K. 2008. Anaerobic biotechnology for bioenergy evaluation. Chemical Engineering Journal 149:70-77.

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  • Study on biogas production from cactus | Jemal

    Temperature, acidity, and other characteristics must be monitored and controlled. Many wastewater treatment plants that use anaerobic digesters burn the gas for heat to maintain digester temperatures and heat building space.The biogas can also be used to produce electricity (e.g., in an engine-generator or fuel cell) or flared for disposal.

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  • Environmental Science Technology | Vol 53, No 4

    Pair your accounts. Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library.

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  • (2010) Fish Disease Diagnose Treatment 2nd

    (2010) Fish Disease Diagnose Treatment 2nd Ed.pdf. Download. (2010) Fish Disease Diagnose Treatment 2nd Ed.pdf

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  • Das Dampf‐Flssigkeitsgleichgewicht des tern ren

    Jadwiga Krop, New approach to simplify the equation for the excess Gibbs free energy of aqueous solutions of electrolytes applied to the modelling of the NH3–CO2–H2O vapour–liquid equilibria, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 10.1016/S0378-3812(99)00225-3, 163, 2, (209-229), (1999).

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  • WO2016026026A1 - Process to produce a commercial

    A process for producing a commercial soil additive comprises mixing a compost composition with elementary (raw) sulphur to form a mixed material and turning the mixed material until it is substantially homogenous and until there is microbial oxidation of elementary sulphur therein to at least one sulphate.

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  • Engineering Principles of Sludge Composting

    Recycling of previously composted, dry product to blend with the wet sludge cake has.allowed the windrow system to be applied to dewatered sludge.1 The quantity of recycled material is adjusted to obtain a mixture moisture content of 60% or less.2 Thus the structural integrity of the mixture is increased to where a shaped

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  • August & 2013 & The EssentiaList

    Aug 15, 2013by Catherine Haug, August 13, 2013 (photo, right from bugguide.net (3)) I’ve written about this topic before, but now there is a new bill in congress (HR-2692 or “Save America’s Pollinators Act”) to protect our bees and our food supply.

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  • 09 capítulo8 residuos - SlideShare

    Nov 02, 201509 capítulo8 residuos 1. 215 CAPÍTULO 8 GESTIÓN Y TRATAMIENTO DE RESIDUOS SÓLIDOS URBANOS August Bonmatí 8.0 Introducción Se pueden definir los Residuos Sólidos Urbanos como “los residuos producidos en los domicilios particulares, comercios, oficinas y edificios públicos”.

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  • Stationary compressor, Fixed compressor - All industrial

    BRT Recycling Technologie GmbH (1) Burckhardt Compression AG (9) Busch Vacuum Solutions (16) CAP srl (41) HAUG Sauer Kompressoren AG (5) HAUSHERR System Bohrtechnik ZN Klemm Bohrterchnik (1) F NH3…

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  • On-Farm Composting of Horse Manure and Its Use as a

    Overall, slow release N treatments had increased levels of NH3 when compared to UREA (P0.0001) The average concentration of P (1.5.1 g kg-1) and K (5.6.4 g kg-1) was not affected by N source or composting. Mass Balance Estimates for Nutrients Mass balance of N, NO3, NH3, P, K, NDF, ADF, lignin and C are presented in Table

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  • US6464875B1 - Food, animal, vegetable and food

    A system and method for converting animal, vegetable, and food byproduct materials into useful bio-gas and fertilizer, and/or soil amendment products has an anaerobic digester, a liquid-solids separating unit, an ammonia stripper, an ammonia absorption unit, a solids processing unit, and an equilization tank. The system and method use

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  • Effect of Blending Ratio and Temperature on CO2

    This paper reports the newly measured experimental data for CO2 solubility in a blended aqueous solution of monoethanolamine (MEA) and 2-amino-2-methyl-propanol (AMP) at different amine mixing ratios (MEA/AMP/H2O = 9:21:70, 15:15:70, and 21:9:70 wt %) and working temperatures (323.15, 373.15, and 383.15 K). The

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