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Environmental aspects of the pulp and paper industry
United Nations Environment Programme. Industry Programme.
1977 by United Nations Environment Programme, Industry Programme in Paris .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HD9750.5 .U45 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||80478330|
Editor: Allan M. Springer. This comprehensive volume encompasses all of the environmental issues affecting the pulp and paper industry. This totally revised textbook features 35 chapters with discussion items and is suited for senior-level or graduate courses as well as industrial training programs.
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Get this from a library. Environmental aspects of the pulp and paper industry: an overview. [United Nations Environment Programme. Industry Programme.].
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Environmental considerations in the pulp and paper industry. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, (OCoLC) The environmental impact of paper is significant, which has led to changes in industry and behaviour at both business and personal levels.
With the use of modern technology such as the printing press and the highly mechanized harvesting of wood, disposable paper became a relatively cheap commodity, which led to a high level of consumption and rise in global environmental.
It produces 9 million tons of pulp each year (United States Environmental Protection Agency, a). The pulp and paper industry is the most capital intensive in the United States, spending approximately $, per employee each year in plant and equipment. Economies. Pulp and Paper Industry: Chemical Recovery examines the scientific and technical advances that have been made in chemical recovery, including the very latest developments.
It looks at general aspects of the chemical recovery process and its significance, black liquor evaporation, black liquor combustion, white liquor preparation, and lime reburning.
Pulp and Paper Industry: Chemical Recovery examines the scientific and technical advances that have been made in chemical recovery, including the very latest developments. It looks at general aspects of the chemical recovery process and its significance, black liquor evaporation, black liquor combustion, white liquor preparation, and lime.
Alongside the traditional aspects of pulping processes, pulp used in industry and paper pulps, this book describes all pulping processes used for paper and board manufacturing as well as waste liquor treatment, pulp bleaching and environmental aspects, while also covering pulp.
tions of industry leaders and the environmental community alike. This book gives updated information on minimum impact mill technologies which can meet the environmental challenges of the pulp and paper industry and describes some of the newest twenty Þ. In addition, the book includes a discussion on recent cleaner technologies and their implementation status and benefits in the pulp and paper industry.
Covering every aspect of pulping and papermaking essential to the subject of reducing pollution, this is a must-have for paper and bioprocess engineers, environmental engineers, and corporations. Water-reuse and waste-to-energy technologies can lessen environmental impact.
The pulp and paper (P&P) industry is one of the largest users of water in the industrial economy of the United States. It requires an average of 54 m 3 of water to produce a metric ton of pulp or paper, and almost all phases of manufacturing require water.
On the downstream side, P&P mills also create. Pulp and Paper Industry: Microbiological Issues in Papermaking features in-depth and thorough coverage of microbiological issues in papermaking and their consequences and the current state of the different alternatives for prevention, treatment and control of biofilm/slime considering the impact of the actual technological changes in papermaking on the control programmes.
The pulp and paper industry is regarded as one of the most polluting industries in the world as a result of the printing press, paper mills, paper consumption and waste . EPA promulgated initial Effluent Guidelines and Standards for the Pulp, Paper and Paperboard category (40 CFR Part ) in andamended the regulations in andand promulgated a major amendment covering toxic pollutants in The Effluent Guidelines are incorporated into NPDES permits for direct dischargers direct dischargerA point source that discharges pollutants to.
Pulp and Paper Industry: Chemicals features in-depth and thorough coverage of Chemical additives in the Pulp and Paper Industry. It discusses use of Enzymes "Green Chemicals" that can improve operations in pulp and paper, describes Chemicals demanded by the end user and many key and niche players such as Akzo Nobel NV, Eka Chemicals AB, Ashland, Inc., BASF, Buckman.
highlights the decision and policy aspects that pertain to major environmental issues emanating from the Pulp and Paper Industry. The views expressed in this report do not necessarily represent the decisions or the stated policy of the United Nations Environment Programme.
The book provides detailed information on environmental issues related to pulp and paper mills and their associated processes, and is intended to help increase understanding of the factors affecting environmental load, including liquid effluents, air emissions and solid wastes.
$ Pulp and paper Industry: Emerging Waste Water Treatment Technologies is the first book which comprehensively reviews this topic. Over the past decade, pulp and paper companies have continued to focus on minimizing fresh water use and effluent discharges as part of their move towards sustainable operating : Pratima Bajpai Dr.
The world’s forests are an important sink and storage of carbon and play a crucial role in fighting climate change. The EPN aims to highlight the true and surprisingly big carbon footprint of wood use for energy as well as paper production and promote proven solutions leading to reduced emissions.
Pulp & Paper Canada reports on the pulp and paper industry in Canada through articles about mills, people, innovations in research, technology, management and financing, as well as forecasts of future trends.
COVID UPDATES: Project receives $K from feds to create face mask prototype from pulp. Pulp and Paper Industry: Microbiological issues in Papermaking features in-depth and thorough coverage of microbiological issues in papermaking and their consequences and the current state of the different alternatives for prevention, treatment and control of biofilm/slime considering the impact of the actual technological changes in papermaking on the control : Hardcover.
Also during pulp and paper process, the important amount of waste is produced. It has been estimated that million tons of paper and etc. per year will be produced in Three different raw materials are used in the pulp and paper industry. In response, industry has begun to implement a variety of process and treatment technologies designed to minimize or eliminate the potential impacts.
Environmental Fate and Effects of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluents explores the most active and critical current research. Pulp and Paper Industry: Energy Conservation presents a number of energy-efficient technologies and practices that are cost-effective and available for implementation ng energy-efficient technologies and future prospects in this field are also dealt with.
Qualitative and quantitative results/data on energy savings for various steps of pulp and paper making process are presented. The paper industry is the 5 th largest consumer of energy in the world. It uses up 4% of the world’s energy.
To produce 1 ton of virgin paper, it is estimated that gallons of petrol is used. More: Paper Waste Facts. Minimizing Paper Pollution. Paper is recyclable, but not everyone recycles. We need to make an effort to be consistent about. Recycling paper and making paper from recycled materials and recycling more paper could be a common solution for saving trees and environmental impacts on the globe.
Using paper made from “Post-consumer waste” or recycled paper will reduce the number of trees being cut down and used for paper. Biotechnology in the Pulp and Paper Industry Book Summary: This book covers both basic and applied sciences in a rather specified area of pulp and paper manufacture.
The basic science of lignocellulose enzymology and plant genetics is covered also in many other contexts, whereas the application of biotechnology in process and product development is thoroughly reviewed.
Alongside the traditional aspects of pulping processes, pulp used in industry and paper pulps, this book describes all pulping processes used for paper and board manufacturing as well as waste liquor treatment, pulp bleaching and environmental aspects, while also covering pulp properties and applications.
From the content: Chemical Pulp. Biermann’s Handbook of Pulp and Paper: Raw Material and Pulp Making, Third Edition is a comprehensive reference for industry and academia covering the entire gamut of pulping technology. Alongside the traditional aspects of pulping and papermaking processes, this book also focuses on biotechnological methods, which is the distinguishing.
The quality of paper made from secondary fibres is approaching that of virgin paper. Its manufacture is much more eco-friendly than that of virgin paper. This chapter describes the paper and paperboard industry in the global market, general aspects of paper recycling, benefits of paper recycling, statistics and challenges for paper recyclers.
The pulp and paper industry is regarded as one of the most polluting industries in the world as a result of the printing press, paper mills, paper consumption and waste .
The paper pollution. Paper products constitute the largest single fraction of municipal solid waste. The production and use of paper is an enormous industry. The paper industry is an energy-consuming giant.
Worldwide, the paper industry is the fifth largest consumer of energy, accounting for 4% of total global energy use. It also creates waste on a very large scale. Environmental problems regarding the pulp and paper industry are not limited to high water consumption (Ince, Cetecioglu, & Ince ).
Solid wastes including sludge generated from wastewater treatment plants and air emissions cause further problems, thus an effective disposal and treatment approach is essential (Ince, Cetecioglu, & Ince ).
Pulp is a lignocellulosic fibrous material prepared by chemically or mechanically separating cellulose fibers from wood, fiber crops, waste paper, or with water and other chemical or plant-based additives, pulp is the major raw material used in papermaking and the industrial production of other paper.
By Daniel Matthews. In A.D., the Chinese used rags, hemp, grasses, and stone mortars to make the first was a relatively simple process that employed easily sustainable agricultural resources—so sustainable, the method continued on through various cultures up until the s.
Paper pollution refers to environmental pollution caused by the production, use and recycling of paper. Paper pollution causes severe adverse effects to the quality of air, water and land. Discarded paper is a major component of many landfill sites.
Paper recycling is also a source of pollution due to the sludge produced during deinking. This book features in-depth and thorough coverage of Minimum Impact Mill Technologies which can meet the environmental challenges of the pulp and paper industry and also discusses Mills and Fiberlines that encompass “State-of-the-Art” technology and management practices.
ENVIRONMENT IMPACT / CONCERNS OF PULPAND PAPER MANUFACTURING PROCESS The major environmental issues faced by the pulp & paper industry are: Control of color and AOX discharge Control of release of Non Condensable Gases (NCG’s). Disposal of Solid waste viz.
Lime Sludge/Fly ash. Recycling of process water (instead of freshwater use) is limited. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. New developments in the ways trees are grown, and processed, and emerging projects like biofuels and biopolymers are creating opportunities in virtually every area of engineering and science.
The paper industry is a key component in many businesses and touches many aspects of our lives. Career options include process engineering, technical services, pollution prevention, research and.
Biorefinery in the Pulp and Paper Industry presents the biorefining concept, the opportunities for the pulp and paper industry, and describes and discusses emerging biorefinery process options.
This book also highlights the environmental impact and the complex and ambiguous decision-making challenges that mills will face when considering. 3. - The EIA in the Pulp and Paper Industry (Contd.) - Environmental Impact Assessment - The steering committee.
When possible, it is recommended to form a steering committee (ST), with the appropriate public authorities, specialized agencies when they exist (e.g.: energy, security, water supply), local elected representatives, borrowers, universities, associations (e.g.: residents.The paper also aims to provide creative conclusions to minimize the environmental impact of pulp and paper industry in the Philippines.
KEYWORDS: Life Cycle Analysis, Cleaner Production, Material Flow Accounting, Pulp and Paper, End of the Pipe (EOP) Approach 1.
INTRODUCTION Philippine Pulp and Paper Industry Profile.to cleaner and more efficient pulp and paper processing. The papers in this book describe fundamental and applied aspects of xylanase, cellulase, lignin-degrading enzymes, and lipase with a view toward the development of novel processes, unusual enzymatic activities and elucidation of underlying mechanisms.