Make Money in the Recycling Business

Home Based Recycling Business

Make Money! Join the many individuals and families who are learning to prosper in the salvage and recycling business starting with little or no cash. You'll learn: How to bootstrap your business without going into debt. How to get your salvage for free or for pennies on the dollar. (In some cases you will be paid to take the material away). How to find the best price in the least amount of time. The tools and equipment you will need many easily fabricated. Information based on my experience in salvage, recycle and reuse in the following areas: Construction and building materials. Deconstruction and recycled lumber. Farm and ranch equipment and supplies. Heavy equipment salvaging for high value parts. Scrap metal ferrous and non-ferrous. Electronic, communication, and computer scrap and recycling. Salvage for alternative energy systems. Antiques and collectibles. Promoting and marketing. Always treating everyone with fairness and respect and not profiting from the misfortune of others ways to create win-win situations for All parties involved. How to deal with scrap and recycling dealers and brokers. Innovative businesses you can start using various salvaged materials. How to arrange transportation, interim storage, cheap yard space without dealing with high cost commercial operators. How to be paid for your work before you ever start. How to get the equipment and tools you need. How to stay solvent and operate on a cash basis. Read more...

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Air Flotation Systems

A typical DAF process is not simply a physical separation technique. One must consider the entire treatment process, which is based on chemical coagulation, clarification and rapid sand filtration. This process train is widely accepted and is very applicable to the treatment of colored and turbid surface waters for municipal and industrial applications. Normally the clarification stage employs DAF. The suspended solid matter in the chemically treated water is separated by introducing a recycle stream containing small bubbles which floats this material to the surface of the tank. This is achieved by recycling a portion of the clarified flow back to the DAF unit. The recycle flow is pumped to higher pressure and is then mixed with compressed air. The flow passes through a tank where the air dissolves to saturation at the higher pressure. When the pressure is released at the clarifier, the dissolved air precipitates as a cloud of micro bubbles which attach to the particulate matter...

The Sludge Pasteurization Process

Filter Press Sludge Treatment

In the United States procedures to reduce the number of pathogenic organisms are a requirement before sale of sludge or sludge-containing products to the public as a soil conditioner, or before recycling sludge to croplands. Since the final use or disposal of sludge may differ greatly with respect to health concerns, and since a great number of treatment options effecting various degrees of pathogen reduction are available, the system chosen for the reduction of pathogens should be tailored to the specific application. Thermal conditioning of sludge in a closed, pressurized system destroys pathogenic organisms and permits dewatering. The product generally has a good heating value or can be used for land filling or fertilizer base. In this process, sewage sludge is ground and pumped through a heat exchanger and sent with air to a reactor where it is heated to a temperature of 350-400 F. The processed sludge and air are returned through the heat exchanger to recover heat. The...

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Equipment manufacturers and engineering companies. The book is written as a training guide. It explains how to monitor and maintain RO systems. This knowledge is critical for the daily evaluation of RO system performance. The book goes on to cover various aspects of membrane cleaning and sanitization. It also discusses most of the common RO system problems that should be investigated when troubleshooting an RO concern. These topics make the book an excellent tool for technicians who maintain RO systems. Some of the more common and some of the more interesting applications of reverse osmosis are discussed in detail. These include two-pass RO for high-purity water production, pharmaceutical water treatment, seawater desalinization, application of RO for juice concentration, plating metal recycling, the treatment of secondary sewage effluent, and the final filtration of deionized (DI) water. For anyone who works with industrial RO systems, the book will provide practical insights into...

The Final Touches To Water

And non-biodegradable toxic organic compounds often must be handled as hazardous wastes. Some of these will end up in hazardous waste landfills, or may be chemically treated for detoxification- or even for recovery of some components for recycling. Recalcitrant organic compounds can be destroyed by carefully controlled high-temperature incineration, or by other innovative processes, such as high-temperature hydrogen reduction.

Sterilization Using Ozone

Generated from air, 4 kWh lb from oxygen, and 5.5 kWh lb from oxygen-recycling systems. Operating costs for air systems are essentially the electric power costs for oxygen systems the cost of oxygen (2 to 30 lb) must be added to the electrical cost. Capital costs of large integrated ozone systems are 300 to 400 a pound per day of ozone generated and 100 a pound per day of ozone for the generator alone. Actual uses of ozone include odor control, industrial chemicals synthesis, industrial water and wastewater treatment, and drinking water. Lesser applications appear in fields of combustion and propulsion, foods and pharmaceuticals, flue gas-sulfur removal, and mineral and metal refining. Potential markets include pulp and paper bleaching, power plant cooling water, and municipal wastewater treatment. The odor control market is the largest and much of this market is in sewage treatment plants. Use of ozone for odor control is comparatively simple and efficient. The application is for...

Principles Of Ozone Effluent Treatment

Available and inexpensive, and began to displace ozone as a purifier in municipalities throughout the United States. Most ozone studies and development were dropped at this time, leaving ozonation techniques, equipment, and research at a primitive stage. Ozone technology stagnated, and the development and acceptance of ozone for water and wastewater treatment was discontinued. In addition to the popular use of chlorination as a wastewater disinfectant and the consequent technology lag in ozonation research, there was a third impediment to ozone commercialization the comparatively high cost of ozonation in relation to chlorination. Ozone's instability requires on-site generation for each application, rather than centralized generation and distribution. This results in higher capital requirements, aggravated by a comparatively large electrical energy requirement. Ozone's low solubility in water and the generation of low concentrations, even under ideal conditions, also necessitates more...

Ion Exchange And Carbon Adsorption

After World War II technology advances were made in developing coal based granular activated carbons with a substantial content of transport pore structure and good mechanical hardness. This combination allowed the use of activated carbon in continuous decolourisation processes resulting superior performance. In addition optimization of granular carbon reactivation was achieved. Today many users are switching from the traditional use of powdered activated carbon as a disposable chemical to continuous adsorption processes using granular activated carbon combined with reactivation. By this change they are following the modem tendency towards recycling and waste minimization, thereby reducing the use of the world's resources. In this chapter we will explore the use of activated carbon in standard water treatment applications.

Industrial Water And Wastewater Treatment

The markets for ozone in industrial water and wastewater treatment are quite small. Industrial applications for ozone could grow. The use of ozone for treating photoprocessing solutions is a novel application that has been limited, but might grow. In this process, silver is recovered electrolytically then the spent bleach baths of iron ferrocyanide complexes are ozonated. Iron cyanide complexes are stable to ozonation so that the ferrous iron is merely oxidized to ferric, which is its original form. Thus, the bleach is regenerated and is ready for recycling and reuse by the photoprocessor.

Biosolids Regulations

EPA has developed comprehensive federal biosolids use and disposal regulations , which are organized in five parts. These parts are general provisions, land application, surface disposal, pathogens and vector attraction reduction, and incineration. Parts of the regulations which address standards for land application, surface disposal, and incineration practices consist of general requirements, pollutant limits, operational requirements, management practices, frequency of monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for biosolids processing facilities to abide by. Regulatory considerations play a key role in determining how to efficiently use sludge. The EPA has adopted a sludge management policy intended to encourage the beneficial use of sludge while protecting public health and the environment. The EPA's recent revisions of the Clean Water Act part 503 regulations promote the beneficial use of clean sludge that contain low levels of pollutants, sludge of...

What Sludge Is

While sewage sludge is rich in nutrients and organic matter, offering the potential for applications as a biosolid (discussed below) or it has a heating value making it suitable for incineration, many industrial sludges are often unsuitable for reuse. A more common practice with industrial sludge is to try and identify a reclaim value i.e., if the sludge can be concentrated sufficiently there may be a portion of this waste which is reclaimable or may enter into a recycling market.

Waste Management And Control

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