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System to remove copper phtalocyanine from waste water

Postby Mfifer » Fri Jan 20, 2006 8:28 am

Does anyone know of a vendor that offers a waste water treatment
system that can remove copper phtalocyanine pigments from a
pretreatment and post print process?
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Chemicals in waste water

Postby borter » Fri Jan 20, 2006 8:32 am

Chemical wastewater treatment will depend on which specific pigments
are present. A general treatment for these pigments is
ultrafiltration/nanofiltration from several vendors. Contact me off
server and I will be glad to elaborate on lab scale and pilot scale
projects I have been involved in and which vendors could be used.
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Re: System to remove copper phtalocyanine from waste water

Postby techRobo » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:05 pm

The On-Site Wastewater System

The septic unit incorporates an inlet pipe to allow the wastewater into the tank. Once in the holding area, primary treatment occurs: the waste disperses from the water with the solids sinking and the scum floating. Regular OSSF maintenance includes sludge accumulation inspections and grease pumping to eliminate the refuse. The leftover water then proceeds through a pipe on the opposing wall, either continuing to the next treatment level or descending immediately into the drain field, also called a seepage or leach field. Dependent upon your unique plumbing needs, our design team determines how many treatment levels effectively cleanse your wastewater to governmental, environmental and your personal satisfaction. After progressing through the subsurface wastewater infiltration system, the effluent’s residual contamination dissipates through various routes: evaporation, plants’ root consumption or simple soil processing, returning the treated water to a groundwater source.
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