commercial scale 3,000 – 5,000 g/L selenium Up to 20,000 mg/L chloride 98% – 99% removal projected Effluent as low as 10 g/L. Biological Reduction – Advances Passive Selenium Reducing Bioreactor Tested on Colorado Western Slope selenium removal to low levels Up to 85-pct selenium removal was attained using bacteria under controlled batch conditions in a 3-l stirred tank reactor and in small-scale continuous tests conducted in a rotating biological contactor (rbc). Fe(oh)2 reduction of the selenium reduced the effluent concentration to 0.02 Ppm se; however, the reagent costs were prohibitive.
Describe successful case studies of Se removal applied to aqueous effluents at the commercial or pilot stage, as well as cases of scaling up to full scale for these industry sectors: – Power generation – Mining and agriculture – Oil and gas • Treatment is only one of three approaches for selenium removal: – Prevention – Source
EBR bench scale total selenium removal from Water C. Effluent target concentration presented for comparison. Pilot testing For pilot scale testing, the tested coal mining seepage waters contained on average 105 g/L total . 4 selenium with site discharge target of 10 g/L. Selenium was removed by the EBR system to an average effluent
If refineries need to install new or upgraded biological treatment systems for selenium removal, EOSi offers services such as bench-scale analyses, modeling and simulations, and equipment selection and procurement for the supplemental carbon. EOSi also delivers solutions through our Objective Based Programs such as ongoing technical and
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Selenium removal is difficult to accomplish on a commercial scale [Chamberlin 1996]. Implementing of different treatment technologies (iron co-precipitation, hydroxide precipitation, sulphide precipitation, adsorption, oxidation, reduction or through the use of proprietory reagents) is even more complex in the Red Dog case [Mudder and Botz
Keywords: Arsenic, interference removal, REE, rock, selenium, soil, sediment Goal To demonstrate the accurate determination of arsenic and selenium in sediments and rocks that contain elevated levels of rare earth elements using triple quadrupole ICP-MS. Introduction Due to the impact arsenic and selenium can have in the
Up to 85-pct selenium removal was attained using bacteria under controlled batch conditions in a 3-l stirred tank reactor and in small-scale continuous tests conducted in a rotating biological contactor (rbc). Fe(oh)2 reduction of the selenium reduced the effluent concentration to 0.02 Ppm se; however, the reagent costs were prohibitive.
techniques that could be used on a limited scale in conjunction with the treatment technologies to minimize risks to wildlife from selenium exposures (Appendix A). TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES Existing physical (engineering), biological, and chemical technologies for selenium removal and their
Bench scale reactors have been operating at AnoxKaldnes for about 1 year Effluent from a Danish FGD effluent Effluent from a US FGD effluent Selenium Removal Trials 17 Reactors are : •Continuous flow •Temperature controlled •Nutrient external carbon dosing •Redox monitoring
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The project goals are to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ABSR technology for selenium removal, to investigate potential wildlife exposure to selenium at full-scale facilities, and to develop an operational plant configuration that will minimize the life-cycle cost for each pound of selenium removed.
Processes for treating aqueous solutions to remove dissolved selenium species, for example in the presence of an excess of sulphate anions, which include the use of strongly basic anion exchange resins, or co-precipitation and adsorption of the selenate (and selenite) with mixed ferrous and ferric iron, or combinations thereof. Co-precipitation and adsorption of selenate may take place in an
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Selenium removal tests were performed at room temperature using sorbents at a dosage of 1 g/L with sampling performed after different time periods. For jar tests comparing the trace level Se(VI) vs. high level Se(VI), the LDH media were evaluated in water samples that were agitated Small scale column tests (Westerhoff et al., 2005
A process for removing selenium and/or arsenic from aqueous streams including industrial process waters and drinking water is provided comprising contacting the stream with a composition comprising lanthanum oxide whereby selenium and/or arsenic are adsorbed. Preferred compositions comprise lanthanum oxide and alumina.
Oct 02, 2017Heat treat scale removal. Manufacturers and heat treaters each have their preferred scale removal methods. Common methods include "pickling" a part in aqueous acid solution, washing it in scale removal chemicals, electronic removal (via a process that's essentially the opposite of electroplating) and mechanical removal.
The feasibility of selenium removal from drainage water by slow sand filtration (SSF) was investigated. Two anaerobic laboratory-scale slow sand filters, operated in parallel, received synthetic feed solution. Selenate reduction and subsequent selenium removal were monitored during five
Mechanical approaches, though varied, are among the most successful methods of scale removal in tubular (Jonson et al, 1998). One of the earliest scale removal methods was an outgrowth of the use of explosive to rattle, string shots, fluid mechanical jetting methods, abrasive slurries, sterling beads abrasives, scale blasting technique (Johnson
Laboratory and bench scale testing have consistently shown significant removal of selenium from aqueous solutions of both selenite and selenate using ZVIF. A field trial was established at a southern West ia surface coal mine to determine the general capabilities of the technique to remove selenium under target conditions.