Pollution Control and Resource Recovery - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128116395, 9780128118542

Pollution Control and Resource Recovery

1st Edition

Sewage Sludge

Authors: Zhao Youcai Zhen Guangyin
eBook ISBN: 9780128118542
Paperback ISBN: 9780128116395
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 26th October 2016
Page Count: 394
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Description

Pollution Control and Resource Recovery: Sewage Sludge discusses several traditional and new environmentally friendly technologies for sewage sludge treatment and disposal. In addition, the book covers a range of new initiatives that are underway to promote and accelerate the development of related sciences and techniques.

The book's authors builds a framework for developing various sustainable technologies for sewage sludge treatment and disposal, including advanced dewatering through chemical conditioning, solidification/stabilization, reuse for the development of construction and building materials, anaerobic bioenergy recovery, sanitary landfill, and odor control.

Key Features

  • Explains environmentally friendly technologies for sewage sludge treatment and disposal, including advanced dewatering through chemical conditioning, solidification/stabilization, and anaerobic bioenergy recovery
  • Includes valuable guidelines for engineers to address sludge issues, such as sanitary landfill and odor control
  • Presents new developments and techniques that are on the horizon

Readership

Civil and Environmental Engineers, Chemical Engineers, and Environmental Scientists

Table of Contents

  • List of Contributors
  • About the Authors
  • Preface
  • Summary
  • Abbreviations
  • Chapter One. Sewage Sludge Generation and Characteristics
    • 1.1. Sewage Sludge Production
    • 1.2. Special Features of Sewage Sludge
    • 1.3. General Processes of Pollution Control and Resource Recovery for Sewage Sludge
    • 1.4. Sanitary Landfill of Sludge
  • Chapter Two. Enhanced Sewage Sludge Dewaterability by Chemical Conditioning
    • 2.1. Enhanced Dewatering Characteristics With Fenton Pretreatment
    • 2.2. Enhanced Dewaterability Using Fe(II)-Activated Persulfate Oxidation
    • 2.3. Novel Insights Into Enhanced Dewaterability by Fe(II)-Activated Persulfate Oxidation
    • 2.4. Synergetic Pretreatment by Fe(II)-Activated Persulfate Oxidation Under Mild Temperature
    • 2.5. Combination of Electrolysis and Fe(II)-Activated Persulfate Oxidation for Dewaterability
    • 2.6. Hydrothermal Pretreatment of Dewatered Sludge for Dewaterability
    • 2.7. Filtration Improvement of Zinc Sludge by Using Unconventional Alkalization Sequence
    • 2.8. Enhanced Dewatering of Waste-Activated Sludge by Composite Hydrolysis Enzymes
    • 2.9. Practical Significance for Mechanical Dewatering Processes
  • Chapter Three. Sewage Sludge Solidification/Stabilization and Drying/Incineration Process
    • 3.1. Effect of Calcined Aluminum Salts on the Advanced Dewatering and Solidification/Stabilization
    • 3.2. Aluminate 12CaO·7Al2O3-Assisted Portland Cement-Based Solidification/Stabilization
    • 3.3. Hybrid Cement-Assisted Dewatering and Solidification/Stabilization of Sewage Sludge with High Organic Content
    • 3.4. Stabilization/Solidification Using Magnesium Oxychlorides Cement
    • 3.5. Vaporization and Depression Control of Heavy Metals in Sludge Subject to Incineration
    • 3.6. Production of Sludge Solidifiers and Their Commercial Applications
  • Chapter Four. Making of Sewage Sludge-Derived Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSMs)
    • 4.1. Performance Appraisal of Controlled Low-Strength Material Using Dewatered Sludge and Municipal Solid-Waste Incineration Bottom Ash (MSWI BA)
    • 4.2. Mechanical and Microstructural Perspectives of Controlled Low-Strength Material Cured for 1Year
  • Chapter Five. Harvest of Bioenergy From Sewage Sludge by Anaerobic Digestion
    • 5.1. Overview on Current Advances in Sludge Pretreatment to Improve Anaerobic Biodegradability
    • 5.2. Anaerobic Digestion Technique and Combined ElectricalAlkali Pretreatment to Increase the Anaerobic Hydrolysis Rate of Sludge
    • 5.3. Influence of Zero-Valent Scrap Iron (ZVSI) Supply on Methane Production
    • 5.4. Mesophilic Anaerobic Codigestion of Waste-Activated Sludge (WAS) and Egeria densa: Performance Assessment and Kinetic Analysis
    • 5.5. Application of Aged Refuse to Boost Bio-Hydrogen Production From Food Waste and Sewage Sludge
    • 5.6. Toxic Effect of Antibiotic Cefalexin on Methane Production From Sewage Sludge
  • Chapter Six. Pollution Control and Recycling of Sludge in Sanitary Landfill
    • 6.1. Design and Construction of a Sludge Landfill
    • 6.2. Sanitary Landfill of Dewatered Sludge and Characterization of Stabilization Process by Particle Size Distribution and Humic Substances Content as Well as FT-IR
    • 6.3. Combination of Combustion With Pyrolysis for the Stabilization Process of Sludge in Landfill
    • 6.4. Variation of PAHs’, PCBs’, and OCPs’ Contents and Influencing Factors in Sludge Landfill Process
    • 6.5. Abiotic Association of Phthalic Acid Esters With Humic Acid in a Sludge Landfill
    • 6.6. Chemical Reduction of Odor for Sludge in the Presence of Ferric Hydroxide
    • 6.7. Stabilization of Sewage Sludge Using Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron (nZVI) for an Abatement of Odor and Improvement of Biogas Production
    • 6.8. Use of Core–shell Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles for Removal of Sulfide in Long-Term Sludge Anaerobic Digestion
    • 6.9. Treatment of Aged-Landfill-Leachate Using Aged-Sludge-Based Bioreactor
    • 6.10. Landfilling and Stabilization Process in General for Sludge Sanitary Landfill
  • References
  • Index

Details

No. of pages:
394
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 2017
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9780128118542
Paperback ISBN:
9780128116395

About the Author

Zhao Youcai

Zhao Youcai, is currently a professor of environmental engineering at School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University. He had authored or co-authored 138 publications published in the peer-reviewed internationally recognized journals, 420 publications in China journals, authored or co-authored 75 books (as an author or Editor-in-chief).

Zhen Guangyin, is currently JSPS research fellow at the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan. He received his BEng Degree in Environmental Engineering from Hunan University, China in 2008 and his Ph.D. from Tongji University, China

Affiliations and Expertise

State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, China

Zhen Guangyin

Zhen Guangyin, is currently JSPS research fellow at the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan. He received his BEng Degree in Environmental Engineering from Hunan University, China in 2008 and his Ph.D. from Tongji University, China in 2014. Prior to joining in the NIES, he worked as a visiting researcher at the Tohoku University, Japan. He has authored or co-authored 26 peer-reviewed international papers, 5 Chinese papers and 4 invited book chapters. His principal research interests lie in sewage sludge treatment and renewable energy conversion (anaerobic digestion, microbial electrolysis cell, etc.).

Affiliations and Expertise

State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, China