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Disposal of brine effluents from desalting plants

G. W. DePuy

Disposal of brine effluents from desalting plants

review and bibliography

by G. W. DePuy

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Published by U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Office of Chief Engineer in Denver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saline water conversion -- Waste disposal -- Bibliography.,
  • Salt -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Prepared for the use of the Office of Saline Water under OSW contract 14-01-0001-1306.

    Statementby G. W. DePuy.
    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Saline Water.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC7 .U54 no. 42
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii l., 43, A16, B149 p.
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5275543M
    LC Control Number71602856

    A brine disposal method in which the brine is discharged into the nearby sewage collection system is called sewer discharge. Most of the small-scale BW desalination plants are using this method of discharge as the high TDS content available in the brine can potentially have a negative impact on the receiving wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). More than 50 percent of countries in the world will likely face water stress or water shortages by , and by , as much as 75 percent of the world’s population could face water scarcity. Desalination technologies, particularly the reverse osmosis (RO) process, have increasingly been adopted to produce freshwater from alternative sources such as seawater and brackish water due to water.

    plant with million m3/day. Sea water desalination plants carry, dependent on the process involved e.g., distillation plants or reverse osmosis, different waste products in the coastal marine environment Lattemann and Höpner The most direct effluent is a concentrated salt brine that may also have an elevated temperature. Other waste.   In general, however, this method of brine disposal is considered the most cost effective as compared with other systems in practice for land based desalination plants. 30 The nature of subterranean strata must be carefully considered in selecting a suitable well location.

    Desirable methods of discharge include co-disposal with heated cooling water from power plants or domestic wastewater, or from a multiport diffuser if “pure” brine is released. Discharges with rapid initial dilution into areas of good flushing result in impacts that extend only a few tens of meters from the discharge.   More information: Karen Lykkebo Petersen et al, Biological and Physical Effects of Brine Discharge from the Carlsbad Desalination Plant and Implications for Future Desalination Plant .


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Disposal of brine effluents from desalting plants by G. W. DePuy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Disposal of brine effluents from inland desalting plants: review and bibliography. [G W DePuy; United States. Bureau of Reclamation.; United States. Office of Saline Water.]. This paper will also assess the present status of disposal mechanisms of brine from desalination plants and outline future research areas that could be pursued for effective, economical, and.

Disposal of brine effluents from inland desalting plants: review and bibliography / By G. DePuy, Bureau of Reclamation.

and United States. Office of Saline Water. Abstract. The Persian Gulf (also known as Arabian Gulf) is surrounded by desalination plants with about 50% of worldwide capacity to desalinate seawater.

Most of these plants dispose of hypersaline effluent (brine) via surface and nearshore outfall into the Gulf. Because energy for desalination increases with seawater salinity, buildup of salt in brine endangers potable water supply Cited by: 2. One of the most promising alternatives to brine disposal is reusing the brine, which results in reduction of pollution, minimizing waste volume and salt recovery.

The brine. Examples of such effluents include heated water from thermal power plants, treated wastewater effluent from sewage treatment plants, and reject brine from desalination plants.

At locations with shallow water depth, the interaction between adjacent jets is enhanced and can affect mixing. Deep-Well Injection is a brine disposal method that includes the injection of brine into a defined deep underground aquifer, adequately isolated from water aquifers above it.

This method is commonly used by BW desalination plants of all sizes. The brine is injected into a well that consists of many layers of casing and grouting.

Often brine can be disposed of to the local sanitary sewer system. The mingled discharge from the site must often comply with discharge requirements from the sewage plant operator and/or publicly owned treatment works. legislation on the quality control of fluid‐effluents from desalination plants into the sea [Arabian Gulf ]and NO treatments what‐so‐ever for these effluents." (p.

A similar situation seems to be true to date for South Africa, given that a guidance document on. Recovery of Valuables from Reject Brine of Desalination Plant 20 Services 20 Transfer of Technical Know-How 20 Who Can Apply 20 How to Apply 20 recycle and reuse of waste effluents apart from desalination make enormous sense for future water management.

The reject brine is disposed directly into surface impoundment (unlined pits) in a permeable soil with low clay content, cation exchange capacity and organic matter content.

The groundwater table lies at a depth of – m. The average distance between feed water intake and the disposal site is approximately 5 km. INTRODUCTION In the production of potable water at inland desalting plants, a large quantity of concentrated brine (effluent) is also produced.

One method for the disposal of the effluent is the use of evaporation ponds. brine discharge into the sea from coastal desalination plants [1] as brine outfall contributes to beach erosion. Mohamed, et al. [28] investigated the impact of brine disposal from inland desalination to the soil and groundwater.

They reported that improper disposal of reject brine (particularly its disposal into. Minimum return dilution method to regulate discharge of brine from desalination plants. Nadeem Ahmad, Raouf E. Baddour. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON N6A 3K7, Canada.

Illustration depicts the potential of the suggested process. Brine, which could be obtained from the waste stream of reverse osmosis (RO) desalination plants, or from industrial plants or salt mining operations, can be processed to yield useful chemicals such as sodium hydroxide (NaOH) or hydrochloric acid (HCl).

The effluent from thermal desalination plants is distinguished by a neutral to positive buoyant flux causing the plume to rise and to spread on the sea-surface. This article describes a discharge calculator to compute the effluent properties (i.e.

density, flow, temperature, salinity, etc.) and substance concentrations at the discharge point. Desalination plants produce more waste brine than thought There’s enough wastewater from the world's facilities to cover Florida a foot deep—here’s why that’s a potential problem.

4 Minute. Also, water recovery from brine effluent is generally performed to save water. In the case of rejected brine from desalination plants, water recovery from higher brine concentrations has huge potential for salt production.

This paper gives an overview of different types of brine effluents. desalination plants, such as the Persian Gulf, the brine effluents may become a major source of land-based marine pollution. Particularly vulnerable are areas with coral reefs, mangrove forests, salt marshes and shallow sandy coasts.

An inexpensive way to reduce such impact is to take advantage of the efficient mixing and dilution. Brine waste is typically either recycled for use in the facility’s process or treated for disposal. For example, solutions with a high concentration of salt are known to reduce thermal conductivity, so brine waste is often recycled and reused as a cooling agent for steel heat exchangers in many power plants.

Brine disposal is a big problem in much of the Middle East. and advanced desalination plants still produce approximately two cubic meters of She is working on a book .Facilities for Disposal of Desalting Plant Effluents." The objective of the program was to develop design and operating criteria for brine disposal ponds.

f. Conducting field tests on pond linings and soil sealants. g. Preparing a manual 3 on the design, construction, and operation of brine disposal .Get this from a library! Determining the feasibility of obtaining dry brine effluents from inland desalting plants. [Richard Denham Ridley; Garrett Research and Development Company.; United States.

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