by Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina in [Raleigh] .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by: Barbara P. Partington, in cooperation with Jerome Kohl and Elizabeth Dorn.|
|Contributions||Kohl, Jerome., Dorn, Elizabeth., University of North Carolina (System). Water Resources Research Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
Making Pollution Prevention Pay in the Electroplating & Metal-finishing Industries, Summary Report Box 7, Folder 1 NC Department of Human Resources, workshop on Preparing RCRA Part B, Permit Applications for Storage in Tanks and Containers 00 07 &EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Federal Facilities Enforcement Washington, DC April EPA B Pollution Prevention in the Federal Government: Guide for Developing Pollution Prevention Strategies for Executive Order and Beyond Recycled/Recyclable Printed with Soy/Canola Ink on paper that contains at . The industries like leather, electroplating, dyes and pigments, metal finishing, battery manufacturing etc. are the main sources of the Cr(VI) ion effluent discharge. Electroplating is both an art and entailed adhering a thin metal coating to an object by immersing it into an electrically charged solvent containing the dissolved plating metal. Electroplating served a number of functions, such as protecting from corrosion and wear, decoration, and electrical shielding.
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 35 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Review Pollution prevention technologies: A review and classification James D. Englehardt Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL (USA) (Received Octo ; accepted in revised form Ma ) Cited by: 7. Electroplating is an electro deposition process for producing a dense, uniform, and adherent coating, usually of metal or alloys, upon a surface by the act of electric current. The term is also used for electrical oxidation of anions onto a solid. Due to the highly hazardous natures of solid and liquid wastes generated by the metal finishing industry and the regulatory pressures on discharge . EPA is proposing to replace the existing Electroplating and Metal Finishing effluent guidelines with the MP&M regulations for all facilities in the Printed Wiring Board subcategory (see proposed rule § ) and the Metal Finishing Job Shops subcategory (see proposed rule § ). (See Table II.B-1 for clarification for details and.
Handbook On Electroplating With Manufacture Of Electrochemicals by Dr. H. Panda, ISBN: , Rs. / US$. Pollution Prevention for the Metal Finishing Industry: A Guide for Technical Assistance Programs, , $ Pollution Prevention for the Printing Industry: A Guide Technical Assistance Programs, , $ Guide to Accessing Pollution Prevention Information Electronically, , $ ($ for non-profits & government agencies). Illinois has the second largest metal-finishing industry in the country. Ace's 40 employees work in an industry that is a crucial but dirty link in the metalworking and electronic production : David Moberg. Electroplating processes are widely employed in industrial environments for a large variety of metallic coatings, ranging from technological to decorative applications. Even if the galvanic electrodeposition is certainly a mature technology, new concepts, novel applications, environmental legislation and the new material requirements for next-generation devices make Cited by: 7.