The sludge was characterized according to ABNT NBR /, following the procedures for obtaining leached extract (ABNT NBR /), to classify . Brazilian Association of Technical Norms, in ABNT NBR Procedure for obtention leaching extract of solid wastes (Rio de Janeiro, ), p. 16 8. Brazilian Association of Technical Regulation. Procedures for obtainment of leaching extract from solid residues. Rio de Janeiro: ABNT (NBR ).
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For this procedure the weighings of bnr Standard Mass STD and also of the waste were carried out with nbt balance electronic mark, model SF with a maximum capacity of 10 kg. It is regarded as a pre-treatment, in which hazardous constituents of wastes are processed and kept in less soluble forms, being confined in capsules, particles or blocks. The XRF results from CRT parts confirmed that lead is present in the funnel and in the neck while the panel is lead free, as shown in Table 4.
In Brazil, the generation of solid waste reaches significant amounts, since there are few solutions for final disposal.
Tables 3 and 4 display the chemical constituents found in leachates and extract solutions analyzed by atomic absorption spectroscopy. According to the results, both of them were classified as non-hazardous wastes at “Class II A” non-inert.
By analyzing these values, we can infer that WTP residues can be classified as alumina silicate of high silica content and significant amounts of Al 2 O 3 and Fe 2 O 3with a red loss of Observing the values in Table 1it can be concluded that the residuals are not dangerous and pertain to Class I.
The following compostions were used: In order to select the RM model, classical model applicability was evaluated. Figures 5a and 5b shows the results obtained in carrying out the compaction assay, as in Figure 6 are the results of the CBR testing.
Cathode ray 01005 CRT monitors are electronic equipment mainly made of glass, polymers and metals. However, increasing the value of by-products using the waste recovery methodology has been a bbr alternative to avoid their disposal in soil conditioners or landfills. The waste was classified based on the American methodology SW B, 29 1005 the Brazilian technical references: Recycling of construction and demolition waste generated by building infrastructure for the production of glassy materials.
In compliance with the TRB rating, an A soil type is regarded as good to excellent for paving uses. The compositions that presented the greatest potential for utilization were: The sludge residue derived from WTPs has a great amount of quartz, kaolinite and little of hematite. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Wbnt Licensewhich permits unrestricted use, distribution, and build upon your work non-commercially.
Differential Thermal Analysis and thermogravimetry The Figures 3 and annt show the results of differential thermal analysis and thermogravimetry for the sludge from STP and WTP, respectively. The presence of Al and Si comes from using aluminum sulphate coagulants during water treatment. Solubility tests were performed to determine their classification. Introduction Preoccupation with environmental impacts related to the lack of adequate solutions for industrial residuals has stimulated researchers to seek feasible uses for these residuals in the production of material for civil construction.
Ceramic materials are among those most traditionally used in the construction sector. The parameters of the compound models referring to the mixtures are shown in Table 6.
Production of bricks from waste materials—A review Constr. Click here to submit your manuscript A queima foi feita em forno tipo mufla.
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abnr We chose a granular soil A given the 01005 of the organic residues; thus, avoiding associating certain residue behaviors with clay particles’ ones. The funnel glasses from different CRT were all mixed together. A primary treatment is carried out on domestic sewage to remove settleable solids by decantation and part of suspended organic matter. Adapted from ABNT b.
Effect of grog addition on the technological properties of ceramic. In this scenario, the use of this waste in paving processes is a promising alternative for disposal thereof.
Moreover, six optimum thermal lead removal procedures were performed and the NBR procedure was repeated. However, this practice has caused serious environmental problems.
Neck, funnel and panel parts Fig 3. Coal mine wastes recycling for coal recovery and eco—friendly bricks production. Environmental profile of ceramic tiles and their potential for improvement. The CRT used in television and computer screens represents one of the main sources of e-waste as flat screens have replaced them over the last ten years Lecler et al. Rio de Janeiro, a.
Among the main waste destinations in use nowadays, we may cite storage in large tanks method that requires large areasdisposal into landfills process considered uneconomic and launching into waterways and the ground environmentally incorrect. The sample showed high silica content and significant amounts of Al 2 O 3 and Fe 2 O 3with red loss of Electrical and Electronic Equipment EEE is – but is not limited to – equipment which is dependent on electric currents or electromagnetic fields in order to work properly.
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Publications Office of the European Union; The SWTS was also classified as Class IIa not inertwith the iron, chromium, cadmium and manganese and lead values above the maximum limit. Figure 4 Water absorption versus mechanical resistance to diametric compression of the formulations carried out in the research.
This plant has a nominal capacity of about 80,m 3 sewage per day. MedCrave Group is ardent to provide article reprints at an instant affordable Read more Within this premise, the study aims to take advantage of a residue from the manufacture of ceramic coating.
Wastes that are not characterized in the NBR should be classified according to their leaching potential, which is evaluated using the NBR Future studies should evaluate the hazardousness potential of other elements such as barium and strontium.