2 edition of Environmental assessment data base for petroleum refining wastewaters and residuals found in the catalog.
Environmental assessment data base for petroleum refining wastewaters and residuals
Francis S. Manning
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Center for Environmental Research Information, [distributor] in Ada, OK, Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||Francis S. Manning and Eric H. Snider.|
|Contributions||Snider, Eric H., Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
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ABSTRACT The objectives of this project were to develop an environmental assessment data base for characterizing and treatment of petroleum refinery wastewaters and residual sludges, and recommendation of further research needed to improve the data base. Environmental assessment data base for petroleum refining wastewaters and residuals Author: Francis S Manning ; Eric H Snider ; Robert S.
Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory. H/ United States Environmental Protection Agency Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada OK Research and Development EPA/S Apr.
Project Summary Environmental Assessment Data Base for Petroleum Refining Wastewaters and Residuals Francis S. Manning and Eric H. Snider The objectives of this study were to develop a comprehensive environment- al data base for the characterization and control treatment of petroleum refinery wastewaters and residual.
Petroleum refineries use relatively large volumes of water especially for cooling systems. Surface water runoff, and sanitary wastewaters are also generated.
The quantity of wastewaters generated and its characteristics depend on the process configuration. As a general guide, approximately m3 of wastewater per ton of. Study of Selected Petroleum Refining Residuals The EPA is directed in section (e)(2) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) (42 U.S.C.
§ (e)(2)) to determine whether to list, as hazardous, a number of different waste residuals including those generated by the petroleum refining industry.
PETROLEUM REFINING RESIDUALS INDUSTRY STUDY August U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Solid Waste Hazardous Waste Identification Division M Street, SW Washington, DC Petroleum Refining Industry Study 2.
Indian Institute of Petroleum, [)ehradunINDIA I ABSTRACT Residuals and wastes are produced in crude oil refineries.
Intermediate residuals are waterborne, airborne and solids. Waterborne residuals are treated by API separators. The reduction of H2S and S02 to elemental sulfur is desirable in airborne residuals. US Environmental. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for the Oil Refinery (Stage 1) of the TANECO Oil Refining and Petrochemical Complex, Nizhnekamsk, Republic of Tatarstan Russian Federation November – February Delivering sustainable solutions in a.
Environmental Protection Agency () Draft Development Docu- ment Including the Data Base for the Review of Effluent Limita- tions Guidelines (BATEA), New Source Performance Standards, and Pretreatment Standards for the Petroleum Refining Point Source Category.
EPA Draft Report, U.S. Environmental Protec- tion Agency, Washington, DC. PETROLEUM REFINING AND THE PROD UCTION OF ULSG AND ULSD OCTO Page 1 1. INTRODUCTION This tutorial addresses the basic principles of petroleum refining, as they relate to the produc tion of ultra-low-sulfur fuels (ULSF), in particular gasoline (ULS G).
The following table should be read in conjunction with the Sub-Sectoral Environmental and Social Guidelines for Petroleum Refineries and the Storage of Petroleum Products prepared by the EBRD. This table presents a summary of the potential environment, social and community impacts associated with refining and storage of petroleum and petroleum.
The data base: the potential for energy conservation in nine selected industries: volume 2, petroleum refining / (Washington: Federal Energy Administration, Office of Energy Conservation and Environment, Office of Industrial Programs: for sale by the Supt.
of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. NODA - April 8, EPA published a Notice of Data Availability (NODA) for the Petroleum Refining Listing Determination in the Federal Register (PDF) (7 pp, K) on April 8, (62 FR ). The NODA presented for public comment modeling analyses for 7 process wastes using different assumptions than used for the proposal, additional analyses of waste characteristics and disposal.
Basic Petroleum Data Book It provides valuable domestic and world statistical background information, beginning in most instances with Included are data on energy, reserves, exploration and drilling, production, finance, prices, demand, refining, imports, exports, offshore transportation, natural gas, Organization of Petroleum Exporting.
Environmental Assessment Base for Petroleum Refining Wastewaters and Residuals. Washington: U.S. Department of Commerce, February 5. Sum, Paul T. Measurements of Oil and Grease in Refinery Wastewaters and Their Implications in Meeting Pretreatment Discharge Limits.
Manning F S and Snider E H. Environmental assessment data base for petroleum refining wastewaters and residuals. Technical report data, ADA, Oklahoma.
Google Scholar; Martínez-Delgadillo S A, Morales-Mora M A and Barceló-Quintal I D. Electrocoagulation treatment to remove pollutants from petroleum refinery wastewater. Sustain. Petroleum Refining1 General Description The petroleum refining industry converts crude oil into more than refined products, including liquefied petroleum gas, gasoline, kerosene, aviation fuel, diesel fuel, fuel oils, lubricating oils, and feedstocks for the petrochemical industry.
Petroleum refinery activities start with receipt of. develop into a modern industrial based economy. However, petroleum refining and petrochemical industries have been implicated as one of the major contributors to environmental degradation and pollution of various magnitudes.
If not effectively treated, wastewaters generated. PETROLEUM REFINING WATER/WASTEWATER USE AND MANAGEMENT Microfiltration or ultrafiltration, plus reverse osmosis 52 Microfiltration or ultrafiltration, plus nanofiltration 53 Ion exchange 53 Zero liquid discharge 53 References 55 List of Tables Table 1 Typical sources of water 4 Table 2 Contaminants in raw water 7 Table 3 Sources of wash water 9.
This study updates the Petroleum Refinery Life Cycle Inventory Model (PRELIM) to provide a more complete gate-to-gate life cycle inventory and to allow for the calculation of a full suite of impact potentials commonly used in life cycle assessment (LCA) studies.
Prior to this update, PRELIM provided results for energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from petroleum refineries with a level of. Petroleum industry wastewaters are commonly composed of metals like Ni, Co, Se, and Zn (Wake ). V is by far the largest trace metals constituents of crude oil (Literathy et al.
), and.Profile of the Petroleum Refining Industry, Washington, D.C., EPA [A comprehensive text about the environmental aspects related to the oil refining industry]. EPA OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE, Waste Minimization for the Petroleum Refining Industry, Washington D.C., EPA [This document presents many information about the soil pollution caused by.1 1.
INTRODUCTION On Novem (60 FR ), EPA published proposed listing decisions for fourteen petroleum residuals. The purpose of this document is to present additional analyses conducted since the date of the proposal.