Organic waste recycling : technology and management by Chongrak Polprasert, Thammarat Koottatep

By Chongrak Polprasert, Thammarat Koottatep

This quantity provides the rules and practices of applied sciences for the keep watch over of pollutants originating from natural wastes (e.g. human faces and urine, wastewater, strong wastes, animal manure and agro-industrial wastes) and the recycling of those natural wastes into beneficial items corresponding to fertilizer, biofuels, algal and fish protein and irrigated vegetation. the writer additionally incorporated case stories, examples, Read more...

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B All units for waste and BOD5 production are in kg/head/day except for those for chickens (broilers and laying hens) in kg/kg of bird/day as indicated. c Manure for broilers and horses is mixed with bedding material or litter. 1 Tapioca industry Tapioca, also known as cassava or manioc, is grown in most tropical areas of the world. The root of the plant contains approximately 20 percent starch in a cellulose matrix. Tapioca starch is in particular demand for sizing paper or fibres and is also used in food industry.

The final molasses or blackstrap is a heavy viscous material containing approximately one-third reducing sugars, and the remainder ash, organic non-sugars, and water. It may be used as cattle feed or as a raw material for distilleries, to produce ethanol. Sugar industry wastewater effluents The sugar industry uses large amounts of water, mainly for cane washing, condensing of vapor, boiler feed water, and other miscellaneous uses. 6. There are air emissions from the sugar manufacturing process which include a variety of pollutants such as particulates, SOx, NOx, CO, and hydrocarbons; these pollutants have to be removed to the required air emission standards set by the appropriate regulatory agency.

M. Eng. thesis no. AE 79-8, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. United Nations (2005) Monitoring Progress towards the achievements of Millennium Development Goals. 1 List the major types of organic wastes available in your own country and give examples of organic waste recycling practices being undertaken there. 1, give reasons why the percent coverage of urban and rural sanitation in the year 2000 is not much higher than in the year 1990. Suggest measures to increase these coverage percentages.

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