Last edited by Zulkizilkree
Tuesday, February 11, 2020 | History

1 edition of Saline water use and disposal opportunities found in the catalog.

Saline water use and disposal opportunities

Saline water use and disposal opportunities

special report : Colorado River water quality improvement program

by

  • 76 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by The Bureau in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colorado River Watershed (Colo.-Mexico)
    • Subjects:
    • Saline water conversion -- Colorado River Watershed (Colo.-Mexico),
    • Water quality management -- Colorado River Watershed (Colo.-Mexico)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Other titlesColorado River water quality improvement program.
      StatementUnited States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Upper Colorado Region, Colorado River Water Quality Office.
      ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Reclamation Lower Colorado Region., United States. Bureau of Reclamation Upper Colorado Region., United States Bureau of Reclamation Colorado River Water Quality Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD478.3 .S25 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination165 p. in various pagings :
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3922256M
      LC Control Number81603641

      The magnesium separated as magnesium hydroxide in settling step 50 is passed, through line 52, to step 12, to supply the magnesium hydroxide required for precipitation of the calcium in the entering raw saline water. In addition to being temporary, mole drains are generally Saline water use and disposal opportunities book and have not been used extensively where salinity build up from the groundwater table is a major problem. The critical values of renewable fresh water resources and economic water scarcity and salinization indicate the necessity for regional water use policy and appropriate water management strategies at various levels. Pumping groundwater in areas where a suitable permanent aquifer exists is often an effective means of lowering the water table. Alternatively, all or most of the calcium oxide produced in the step 44 could be passed to the slaking step 47 and converted into calcium hydroxide with the excess calcium being removed from the process through line 73 as calcium hydroxide, should the latter be a useful or desirable by-product of the process. Similar to that of soils, the availability of freshwater is a major limiting factor for sustainable agriculture and other developmental activities.

      Plastic drain pipes are generally available in 8 to 30 cm diameters and usually come in rolls of 75 to 80 m long depending on the diameter of the tubing. Since the nineteen sixties, thermoplastic tubing has become a common drain material. The recovered magnesium hydroxide can then be employed as the precipitant for the precipitation of the calcium as insoluble calcium carbonate from the raw water. Pumping groundwater in areas where a suitable permanent aquifer exists is often an effective means of lowering the water table. Useful equipment for this treatment can be the conventional equipment in chemical water softening such as a sludge blanket precipitator or settler where the calcium carbonate sludge is accumulated and freshly treated water is passed upwardly through the precipitated material. The clarified brine, after separation of the magnesium hydroxide, or the succeeding separation of calcium sulfate can be further treated to reduce its pH to a neutral level, e.

      Most of the wastewater from urban areas is being discharged in waterways and afterwards used untreated, partially treated, diluted or treated, by small scale farmers for irrigation purposes. Commonly accepted definitions of saline water are: — fresh water: less than 1, parts per million ppm — brackish water: 1, ppm — highly saline water: 10, ppm including seawater How does one separate salt from saline water to produce fresh water, and what are the barriers to more widespread use of desalination? Mole drains: these are channels left by a bullet shaped device pulled through the soil, they have been used successfully for shallow subsurface drainage of heavy clay soils in many, relatively humid, parts of Europe but have been found impractical with soils of coarser texture. The laws of physics tell us that the minimum amount of energy required to desalinate seawater is about 1 kWh per cubic meter and under 2 kWh per cubic meter has been achieved in RO, leaving limited opportunities for further reductions.


Share this book
You might also like
Health Medicine and the Faith Traditions

Health Medicine and the Faith Traditions

Anime

Anime

Arttempo : where time becomes art.

Arttempo : where time becomes art.

Maine photographers, 1991

Maine photographers, 1991

Report on subdivision of budget totals for fiscal year 1985

Report on subdivision of budget totals for fiscal year 1985

Antioch-on-the-Orontes.

Antioch-on-the-Orontes.

Interfaces in composites.

Interfaces in composites.

joyous story of Toto.

joyous story of Toto.

Savonarola

Savonarola

Hawaiian Situation

Hawaiian Situation

American economic foreign policy

American economic foreign policy

vision

vision

AAT study pack

AAT study pack

theory of the microscope.

theory of the microscope.

The Buddha Disease

The Buddha Disease

human condition

human condition

Reports from the Surveyor-General on the discipline and management of prisons

Reports from the Surveyor-General on the discipline and management of prisons

Saline water use and disposal opportunities Download PDF Ebook

While the amount of calcium hydroxide required will depend on the composition and concentration of impurities in the brine, it will generally be from 2 to about 15 weight percent of the brine. The amount of magnesium hydroxide added to the water should be sufficient to raise the pH of the water to a value where calcium carbonate will precipitate.

Most of the wastewater from urban areas is being discharged in waterways and afterwards used untreated, partially treated, diluted or treated, by small scale farmers for irrigation purposes. In addition to being temporary, mole drains are generally shallow and have not been used extensively where salinity build up from the groundwater table is a major problem.

The fluids can be disposed of down the drain, and the IV bag can be placed in regular or recycled waste containers.

U.S. Water Supply and Distribution Factsheet

Plate 4b A canal lined to reduce water loss i. They also reduce the amount of plastic required to make the tubing as well as provide flexibility which permits the smaller size tubing to be coiled into a compact package. There is a dynamic equilibrium in the seawater-fresh water interface Saline water use and disposal opportunities book gets disturbed due to over exploitation of ground water or reduced freshwater recharge.

Australia and reclaimed water 2. The pretreatment method as applied to any of these processes results in a substantial decrease in the scale-depositing impurities of the water prior to the salt concentrating steps of the aforementioned water processes. Examples of these are spiral wound cellulose acetate membranes marketed by Gulf General Atomic and the hollow fibers of polyamides manufactured by E.

The method of claim 1 wherein a carbonate source selected from the class consisting of an alkali metal and ammonium carbonate and carbon dioxide is also added to the water. Generally, costs of desalinated water are higher than those of other potable water sources such as fresh water from rivers and groundwater, treated and recycled water, and water conservation.

The outlet ditch should be kept free of the sediment and the tile outlet should be protected against erosion and undermining. The treated brine can be discharged to settling vessles, ponds and the like having a sufficient residence time to permit the calcium sulfate to precipitate and settle.

The principal factors affecting the costs involved in installing subsurface drainage systems in large areas are the spacing and depth of drains. He has studied water reuse on horticultural land around the world and helped formulate the environmental component of the redrafted National Guidelines on Water Recycling in Australia.

saline water

Increase in groundwater pumping results in the intrusion of seawater into the fresh water aquifers. The neutralization of this brine results in the precipitation of a substantial quantity of calcium carbonate that is removed through line The net result is that we make productive use of less than one percent of our global water resources.

Referring again to FIG. The amount of calcium removed is not directly proportional to the amount of magnesium hydroxide added as a percentage of stoichiometric Saline water use and disposal opportunities book for bicarbonate conversion.

An estimated 35 percent of produced water requires disposal because it cannot be recycled. The location of areas needing surface drainage Saline water use and disposal opportunities book be determined by observing where water is standing on the ground after heavy rain.

A convenient source of calcium is the brine which is recycled with the magnesium hydroxide slurry through line The method of claim 1 wherein said processing comprises the forcing of said treated water through a reverse osmosis membrane to obtain a purified effluent and to concentrate dissolved salts contained in said treated water in said residual portion.

The method of claim 1 wherein the calcium hydroxide used in step b is obtained by calcining the calcium carbonate precipitated in step a. In certain areas the formation water gets freshened regularly due to the leaching effect. Clay tiles are not affected by acid or sodic soils but those made from surface clay or poorly burnt tiles are subject to deterioration by freezing and thawing action.

Results from the investigation helped provide some of the information environmental officials, land managers, petroleum companies, and land owners need to assess human and ecosystem impacts and to develop risk-based corrective actions to clean up contamination from produced water.

Many mathematical equations have been developed to arrive at the optimum depth and spacing for drains but in practice these have found limited application because of the difficulty and high cost of obtaining soil hydraulic conductivity data and related soil and crop interactions. Total production of CBNG water across all Wyoming coal fields could total roughly 7 million acre-feet Tiemann, M.

Today there are more than 16, desalination plants worldwide, producing more than 20 billion gallons of drinkable water every day. Efforts should be made to study sea-level rise and sea water intrusion.Saline County, Arkansas.

Welcome to Saline County, Arkansas, home to nationally recognized schools, championship sports, first class parks and libraries in a suburban/rural setting with a marvelous variety of shopping and dining amenities for your family to enjoy.

May 01,  · This comprehensive work examines the fundamentals required for reclaimed water schemes to deliver sustainable farming operations that achieve the yield and quality of produce necessary for acceptance in the market. Growing Crops with Reclaimed Wastewater reviews the historical background of water treatment, its use and disposal from Australian wastewater treatment.

area analysed the current status of saline water use in irrigation and examined water, soil and crop management techniques relating to the use of saline water for crop production.

The conclusion of the Expert Panel was that there is good potential for the safe use of saline water for crop production.Marriage License (Issue) Metroplan-Growth for Saline County Minor Application for Employment Open a County Pdf Case Open a Improvement District Open a Probate Case Planning Board Subdivision Rules Planning Boundaries Press Releases Re-Open a Probate Case Recycling RESOURCE GUIDE FOR SALINE COUNTY.Marriage License (Issue) Metroplan-Growth for Saline County Minor Application for Employment Open a County Court Case Open a Improvement District Open a Probate Case Planning Board Subdivision Rules Planning Boundaries Press Releases Re-Open a Probate Case Recycling RESOURCE GUIDE FOR SALINE COUNTY.This means that water with a dissolved ebook concentration of 10, has 1% weight ebook by the salt content.

Though saline water is widely associated with the ocean, it can be found almost anywhere, such as groundwater. Saline water tends to be corrosive, so appropriate treatments should be performed to reduce its corrosive effects.

Saline water