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Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water to make it more acceptable for a specific end-use. The end use may be drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation or many other uses, including being safely returned to the environment. Water treatment removes contaminants and undesirable components, or reduces their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its desired end-use. This treatment is crucial to human health and allows humans to benefit from both drinking and irrigation use.

Mobile station and methods for diagnosing and modeling site specific full-scale effluent treatment facility requirements

InactiveUS20110257788A1Reduce financial riskHigh continuity of operationWater/sewage treatment by neutralisationSustainable biological treatmentInitial treatmentIon exchange
A mobile station and methods are disclosed for diagnosing and modeling site specific effluent treatment facility requirements to arrive at a treatment regimen and/or proposed commercial plant model idealized for the particular water/site requirements. The station includes a mobile platform having power intake, effluent intake and fluid outflow facilities and first and second suites of selectably actuatable effluent pre-treatment apparatus. An effluent polishing treatment array is housed at the station and includes at least one of nanofiltration, reverse osmosis and ion-exchange stages. A suite of selectively actuatable post-treatment apparatus is housed at the station. Controls are connected at the station for process control, monitoring and data accumulation. A plurality of improved water treatment technologies is also disclosed. The modeling methods include steps for analyzing raw effluent to be treated, providing a field of raw effluent condition entry values and a field of treated effluent condition goals entry values, and utilizing said fields to determine an initial treatment model including a selection of, and use parameters for, treatment technologies from the plurality of down-scaled treatment technologies at the facility, the model dynamically and continuously modifiable during treatment modeling.

Catalyst for treatment of waste water, and method for treatment of waste water using the catalyst

Disclosed are: a catalyst which can exhibit an excellent catalytic activity and excellent durability for a long period in the wet oxidation treatment of waste water; a wet oxidation treatment method for waste water using the catalyst; and a novel method for treating waste water containing a nitrogenated compound, in which a catalyst to be used has a lower catalytic cost, the waste water containing the nitrogenated compound can be treated at high purification performance, and the high purification performance can be maintained. The catalyst for use in the treatment of waste water comprises an oxide of at least one element selected from the group consisting of iron, titanium, silicon, aluminum, zirconium and cerium as a component (A) and at least one element selected from the group consisting of silver, gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium and iridium as a component (B), wherein at least 70 mass% of the component (B) is present in a region positioned within 1000 [mu]m from the outer surface of the component (A) (i.e., the oxide), the component (B) has an average particle diameter of 0.5 to 20 nm, and the solid acid content in the component (A) (i.e., the oxide) is 0.20 mmol/g or more. The waste water treatment method uses a catalyst (a pre-catalyst) which is placed on an upstream side of the direction of the flow of the waste water and can convert the nitrogenated compound contained in the waste water into ammoniacal nitrogen in the presence of an oxidizing agent at a temperature of not lower than 100 DEG C and lower than 370 DEG C under a pressure at which the waste water can remain in a liquid state and a downstream-side catalyst (a post-catalyst) which is placed downstream of the direction of the flow of the waste water and can treat the waste water containing ammoniacal nitrogen.

Recycling water saving device of washing machine

The invention relates to a recycling water saving device of a washing machine, which belongs to the technical field of environmentally-friendly water treatment, comprises a shell, and is characterized in that a recycling water bucket, a water treatment device, a circuit integrated control operation actuator and a control circuit are respectively arranged in the shell, wherein the water treatment device is connected onto the recycling water bucket in parallel, a tap water inlet and a water outlet I of the water saving device are respectively arranged on the upper side of the shell, a water inlet and a water outlet II of the water saving device are respectively arranged on the lower side thereof, and the water treatment device consists of a double pole film and double liquid flow type hydroxyl free-radical generator, an aeration device and a filter unit. The invention comprehensively utilizes the initial discharged washing fluid, keeps the mixed liquid of a first rinsing and a second rinsing to repeatedly wash the clothing, not only the existence and accumulation of the salt content can be neglected, but also the purpose of saving the water resource is achieved. The water saving device is designed into an independent component so as to be compatible to various types of washing machines and detergents. In addition, a program control valve is designed and manufactured to realize the automation of the water saving device.

Granular filtering material for adsorbing and removing heavy metals in water and preparation method thereof

The invention discloses a granular filtering material for adsorbing and removing heavy metals in water and a preparation method thereof. The granular material consists of the following components in part by mass: 80-120 parts of an adsorbent, 7-14 pats of an additive and 0.5-3 parts of a binding agent, wherein the adsorbent consists of the following components in part by mass: 50-70 parts of coal ash and 30-50 parts of zeolite powder or sea-foam stone powder; the additive consists of the following components in part by mass: 5-7 parts of Mg-Al hydrotalcite, 2-6 parts of biochar and 0.5-1 part of magnesium Lignosulfonate; the binding agent is bentonite. The granular filtering material is prepared through the steps of adsorbent acid modification, biochar preparation, granulation and heat treatment process. According to the invention, the prepared granular filtering material is 3-6 mm in granule size, is large in adsorption capacity and excellent in adsorption effect and can effectively remove heavy metals in water, and no secondary pollutants are dissolved out, so that the granular filtering material can be applied to the treatment on heavy metal micro-polluted water and industrial waste water containing heavy metals, and has good economic and social benefits.
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