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A primary practice in recovery of carbon dioxide for water and wastewater treatment

A primary practice in recovery of carbon dioxide for water and wastewater treatment

Energy Conversion & Management 33(5-8): 561-564

CO2 recovered from the discharge from a refinery is used to regenerate exhausted ion-exchangers used in water softening treatment plants. The recovered CO2 is used instead of H2SO4 for neutralizing alkaline waste water coming from the processes of synthetic ammonia and urea of the Second Fertilizer Factory, which is attached to the QiLu Petrochemical Ind. Corp. About 2% of the CO2 from the methyl alcohol plant is used to treat 400 m3/hr of alkaline waste water. Utilization of carbon dioxide in other industrial enterprizes is a way of reducing CO2 emissions and limiting the so-called greenhouse effect.

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DOI: 10.1016/0196-8904(92)90056-3

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