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Polymeric materials for treatment and recovery of petrochemical wastes.

Gulf South Research Institute.

Polymeric materials for treatment and recovery of petrochemical wastes.

by Gulf South Research Institute.

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Published by USGPO in Washington .
Written in English


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SeriesWater Pollution Control Research Series
ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Quality Committee.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20910937M

The recycling of plastic waste helps to conserve natural resources due to polymeric materials being made from oil and gas. There are four main recycling methods: reuse, mechanical recycling, chemical recycling, and energy by: Valorization of complex mixtures (urban solid wastes, electrical and electronic wastes, end-of-life vehicles wastes, packet and packaging wastes, etc.) Valorization of biomass; Recovery of valuable chemicals from liquid waste streams originated from chemical plants. Production of liquid fuels from coal or other raw materials.

The International Symposium on Feedstock Recycling of Polymeric Materials (ISFR) is a biennial international symposium focusing on the various processes for the valorization of polymeric wastes, initialized by the Research Association for Feedstock Recycling of Plastics, Japan (FSRJ). Activation energy for the pyrolysis of polymer wastes 1 it implies that polymeric material is virgin. environmentally and economically acceptable option for the processing of waste materials.

By adding a coagulation agent destabilization is achieved which reduces, neutralizes or inverts the electrical repulsion between electric particles Flocculation is the polymeric materials action creating bridges between individual particles. Bridging occurs when polymer chain segments adorbs on different particles and helps particles to aggregate. A mechanical model for creep, recovery and stress relaxation in polymeric materials Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Materials Science 40(18) September with 1, ReadsAuthor: Kevin Fancey.


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Polymeric materials for treatment and recovery of petrochemical wastes by Gulf South Research Institute. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Polymeric materials for treatment and recovery of petrochemical wastes. [Elias, ; United States. Gulf South Research Institute.

Klein] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Elias, ; United States. Gulf South Research Institute. Klein. WATER POLLUTION CONTROL RESEARCH SERIES • DQC 03/71 Polymeric Materials for Treatment and Recovery of Petrochemical Wastes ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY • WATER QUALITY OFFICE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL RESEARCH SERIIES The Water Pollution Control Research Series describes the results and progress in the control and abatement of pollution in our Nation's waters.

Polymeric materials have been widely used in a spectrum of applications. With the tremendous growth of the automobile industry, a huge amount of non-biodegradable polymer waste continues to accumulate. Recycling of scrap tires that are the major source of rubber waste, has become an environmental concern and a challenging technical problem.

Therefore, in this nano-era when consumption of non-biodegradable polymeric materials has become formidable and their generated wastes too, together with the growing concern of depleting non-renewable energy sources such as fossil fuels and rising demand of petroleum oil as well as natural gas, the nanocatalytic approach towards pyrolysis for energy recovery from polymeric wastes Cited by: 1.

Plasma principal advantages in petrochemical and sludge treatment disposal. Tetronics’ innovative and versatile plasma technology addresses the growing number of waste management challenges specific to the petrochemical sector, including the recovery of hazardous and chemically difficult wastes.

Examples of petrochemical waste include. Review Article Non-biodegradable polymeric waste pyrolysis for energy recovery Poushpi Dwivedia,*, P.K. Mishrab, Manoj Kumar Mondalb, Neha Srivastavab a Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi, UP, India b Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi, UP, India.

The recycling of polymeric waste helps to conserve natural resource because the most of polymer materials are made from oil and gas. This paper reviews the recent progress on recycling of polymeric waste form some traditional polymers and their systems (blends and composites) such as polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), and polystyrene (PS), and introduces the mechanical and chemical Cited by: The first International Symposium on Feedstock Recycling of Polymeric Materials (ISFR) was hosted in in Sendai, Japan.

Since then, the ISFR has been held five times in different places in. The first International Symposium on Feedstock Recycling of Polymeric Materials (ISFR) was hosted in in Sendai, Japan. Since then, the ISFR has been held five times in different places in Asia and Europe.

Each of these conferences focused on special issues covered by the Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management. The topics included thermal processes with and without catalysts, wet processes in various solvents, the dehydrochlorination of PVC Cited by: Recent Advances in the Chemical Recycling of Polymers (PP, PS, LDPE, HDPE, PVC, PC, Nylon, PMMA) not only the reuse of polymeric materials but also the production of raw materials feedstock recycling for waste plastic treatment.

Therefore, catalytic degradation provides aFile Size: 1MB. The book also introduces product development opportunities from waste materials and discusses the main processes and pathways of the conversion of polymeric materials to energy, fuel and chemicals.

A particular focus is placed on industrial case studies and academic reviews, providing a practical emphasis that enables plastics practitioners. Get this from a library. Polymeric materials for treatment and recovery of petrochemical wastes.

[Elias Klein; Shyamkant V Desai; James K Smith; Robert E C Weaver; Gulf South Research Institute.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Quality Office.]. Handbook of Engineering Polymeric Materials - CRC Press Book Presenting practical information on new and conventional polymers and products as alternative materials and end-use applications, this work details technological advancements in high-structure plastics and elastomers, functionalized materials, and their product applications.

Dear Colleagues, Over the past few decades, utilization of materials has greatly impacted the advancement of modern medicine. Polymeric materials have been utilized to fulfill needs related to a variety of tissues and diseases involved in the human body.

Polymers, which have been used successfully in nu- clear waste disposal and in special industrial waste treatment, also have the potential for treating organic wastes.

Polymers with their rapid-setting, high- strength, low permeability, and high corrosive resistance appear to have the potential for use with or without portland cement in Cited by:   Recommended treatment and recovery The alternatives to recycling or reuses process of petrochemical waste; I.

The fuel olis residues that are generated from olefin plants could be reuse as a feed for carbon black production. The waste olis can be refined and reused by further process. III. Polymers, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Due to the fossil fuel depletion and polymeric waste accumulation generated from day to day, the development of sustainable polymer materials from renewable resources and waste.

The processing technologies of waste tires in hydrothermal medium, especially through hydrothermal pyrolysis, liquefaction or gasification are other benign methods for green fuels production from waste tires and polymeric materials.

Depending on the process, the thermal degradation of waste tires results into three main products such as solid char, liquid oils and hydrocarbon by: 1. Materials, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Dear Colleagues, Polymeric materials—either synthetic or natural—play an essential role in everyday life, especially those dedicated to bioapplications, such as medical devices, implants, drug delivery systems, active food packaging, agricultural films for farming and crop protection, biosensors, or bioremediation, among others.

(). Polymer Waste Management–Biodegradation, Incineration, and Recycling. Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A: Vol.

32, No. 4, pp. Cited by:. Waste electrical and electronic equipment The necessity of the plastic wastes recycling becomes more urgent mainly due to the following reasons: @BULLET Significant increase in plastics recycling.Microwave pyrolysis of polymeric materials: Waste tires treatment and characterization of the value-added products.

Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, DOI: / Yu-Fong Huang, Pei-Te Chiueh, Wen-Hui Kuan, Shang-Lien by: The rapidly growing demand for inexpensive materials caused an increase in the production and consumption of polymeric materials, which resulted in the generation of significant amounts of plastic.