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Method for treating mercury-containing wastewater during PVC (Polyvinyle Chloride) production through two-step process

The invention discloses a method for treating mercury-containing wastewater during PVC (Polyvinyle Chloride) production through a two-step process. The method comprises the following steps of: firstly, completing primary removal of mercury, copper, ferrous and ferric iron, cadmium, zinc, manganese, lead and suspending impurities of above 10mg/l by using a precipitator and a flocculating agent, regulating PH to 6-8 and then adding the flocculating agent and stirring for 30 minutes, standing for above 1 hour, discharging slag and aerating, absorbing mercury carried away by a gas phase through a sulfide adsorber, purifying water by using a plate type kieselguhr filter, removing residual suspended matters; and 2, carrying out complete reaction on the mercury in the wastewater by using an active carbon and a mercaptan and thiourea resin combining method again for being removed, and finally reaching the standard that the content of the mercury is less than 0.005mg/l. The treated wastewater can be recycled to salt melting or an acetylene generator, so that zero emission of the treated wastewater is achieved; and the mercury-containing waste acid water of hydrochloric acid desorption in the industry of chlor-alkali can be treated, the consumption of acid is reduced, and the great popularization significance is achieved in the industry of chlor-alkali.

Remote managed ballast water treatment system using augmented reality

The present invention relates to a remote managed ballast water treatment system using augmented reality, in particular, a ballast water treatment system (hereinafter, referred to as “BWTS”) which receives operation and failure information from various sensors installed in each component within a device, the remote managed ballast water treatment system comprising: an augmented reality terminal having a software application installed therein, which can recognize each component of the BWTS through shape information in a shot image while shooting a real-time image and provides information on a state of the BWTS and information required for the BWTS (provides augmented reality information), through a computer graphic image, in addition to a real-time image of reality; an augmented reality maintenance apparatus for the BWTS, the apparatus comprising a BWTS interface, an augmented reality interface, a satellite communication interface, and a control unit; and a remote management system of a terrestrial base station which shares sensing information of the BWTS and real-time image information of the augmented reality terminal with satellite communication through the satellite communication interface, wherein, when BWTS maintenance information has been sent from the remote management system of the terrestrial base station during a BWTS failure, the control unit outputs a failure point and repair information as augmented reality image information to the augmented reality terminal, a failure treatment method is guided to a user as a real-time augmented reality image, and the terrestrial base station supervises a failure treatment process of the BWTS through a real-time image.

Method and apparatus for treating oil refining sewerage

The invention relates to a treatment method and a device for refinery sewage. The refinery sewage is sent into an electrolytic catalysis oxidation reactor which is provided with an anode, a cathode and solid catalyst particles, wherein, the lower part of the reactor is provided with an oxygenation aeration device, the solid catalyst particles are filled between the anode and the cathode, and the solid catalyst particles adopts particle activated carbon loaded with metals having catalytic and oxidation function. The effluent of the electrolytic catalysis oxidation can be further treated by adopting an activated sludge process. The method is used for treating high-concentration salt-containing mixed wastewater such as the draining water of a refinery electrical desalting unit, the alkali washing waste alkali liquid of oils, liquefied petroleum gas and dry gas, and cutting water in an oils tank farm, and the like, the wastewater after treatment satisfies the requirement of direct discharging, thus alleviating impact on a wastewater treatment plant. The method put forward by the invention has the advantages that high-concentration wastewater can reach disposable treatment standard and does not need any dilution biochemical treatment, treatment effluent is not polluted secondarily by metal ions, and investment and running cost are lower, and the like.

Method for treating organic amine industrial waste water by Fenton-like oxidation-flocculation

The invention relates to a method for treating organic amine industrial waste water by Fenton-like oxidation-flocculation. According to the method, the pH value of the waste water is adjusted to 3-5, and the temperature of the waste water is adjusted to 20-40 DEG C; a catalyst is added, wherein active ingredients of the catalyst comprise: ferrous sulfate, anhydrous cupric sulphate and manganese sulfate monohydrate, wherein the mass ratio of the ferrous sulfate to the anhydrous cupric sulphate to the manganese sulfate monohydrate is (5-10):1:(0-5); H2O2 (30%) is added, and the oxidation reaction time is 4 hours; after completing the oxidation reaction, sodium hydroxide is added to adjust the pH value of the waste water to 8-10; adding a chemical coagulant and an organic polymer flocculant, such that partial suspended solids, colloids and partial organic amines in the waste water are concurrently coagulated. According to the present invention, the Fenton-like oxidation-flocculation is adopted as the pretreatment for the organic amine waste water, such that the organic amines in the waste water can be effectively removed, the poison and the impact on microorganisms due to the high concentration organic amines in the wastewater can be reduced, the subsequent biological treatment is easily performed for the sewage.
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