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ANAEROBIC TREATMENT BY UASB REACTOR AND AEROBIC BIODEGRADABILITY TEST OF CUTTING OIL SEWAGE

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  49-51

Abstract

 Water is consumed in almost all industries. Consequently the used water is turning to a waste that usually should be treated to meet the regulated standard level prior to reuse or discharge into the environment. CUTTING OIL wastewater is an emulsion normally comprised of1-10% oil and the remainder water. The main functions of this oil in industry are lubrication, friction reduction, and cooling of instrument’s parts. This wastewater is classified as a toxic waste according to the existence of some additive material to prevent corrosion and bacterial growth. Breakage of the emulsion and separation of the water and the oil can alone reduce more than about 90% of the aqueous phase pollution and prepare it for treatment.

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    APA: Copy

    NAZARI ALAVI, A., & SAJADI, A., & MIRZAEI, M., & HOSEYNIAN, H. (2014). ANAEROBIC TREATMENT BY UASB REACTOR AND AEROBIC BIODEGRADABILITY TEST OF CUTTING OIL SEWAGE. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, 40(1 (69)), 49-51. https://sid.ir/paper/391214/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    NAZARI ALAVI ALI REZA, SAJADI ALI AKBAR, MIRZAEI MOHAMMAD, HOSEYNIAN HAMED. ANAEROBIC TREATMENT BY UASB REACTOR AND AEROBIC BIODEGRADABILITY TEST OF CUTTING OIL SEWAGE. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES. 2014 [cited 2023January30];40(1 (69)):49-51. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/391214/en

    IEEE: Copy

    NAZARI ALAVI, A., SAJADI, A., MIRZAEI, M., HOSEYNIAN, H., 2014. ANAEROBIC TREATMENT BY UASB REACTOR AND AEROBIC BIODEGRADABILITY TEST OF CUTTING OIL SEWAGE. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, [online] 40(1 (69)), pp.49-51. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/391214/en.