Mean concentration of the characterization parameters of raw and treated wastewaters and comparative analysis with the CONSEMA/RS /06 and UWTD. When we observe the resolution of CONSEMA (/) concerning the liquid effluent discharge conditions in receiving water body, they may. More specifically, water (CONSEMA No. /) [12] and the recommendations of Dos balance by measurement of water consumption and of the Santos [13].

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Evaluation of phytotoxicity of municipal landfill leachate before and after biological treatment

B is the nickel bath and BA, the nickel bath containing organic additives. To improve the conditions of the Sinos River, wastewater of metallurgical plants should be efficiently treated. In this context, the installa- Production Centres. However, the responses of these two plant species were different. Costa and Dalberto reported similar results after evaluation of the carrying capacity of the Pardinho River, RS, with a discharge rate of 25, A solution passes through an electrolytic reactor where the anode is under UV radiation Rodrigues et al.

Besides that, a high Ni concentration gave the effluent the high toxicity observed for the three trophic levels. PEO is a mediated reaction and occurs via oxygen atom transfer from water in the solvent phase to the vonsema product. Longer experiments showed the effectiveness in the degradation of organic compounds, even at low current densities, which required only longer treatment consfma. The results indicate the need for adjustments in the operational processes of the STP from UNISC, since they have shown inefficient operating conditions.

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This study used photoelectrooxidation PEOwhich includes two simultaneous processes: Immediately after collection, the samples were sent for physicochemical characterisation and the following parameters were determined: Qualitative assessment of environmental impacts based on the different criteria. Thus, it was found that all samples of the treated effluent showed values above the recommended, demonstrating not only the inefficiency of the STP in removing ammonia nitrogen, but mainly the large amount of nitrogen that the treatment plant discharges into the receiving waterbody.


The analytical procedures are described in APHA Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, vol. Environment and Progress, vol. Table 2 Parameter results for the months of April, July and December Bioassay for detection of transgenic soybean seeds tolerant to glyphosate. Annual book of ASTM standards. Moreover, waste treatment does not always reduce the toxicity of an effluent and, in some instances, may increase toxicity Claxton et al. Leachate toxicity was assessed by analysis of seed germination and root elongation of lettuce Lactuca sativa L.

The biological effects of the organic and inorganic pollutants together in the effluent cannot be assessed using only traditional physical-chemical analyses; therefore, the samples were tested for toxicity. The diagnostic stage revealed that the scalding, pre-chilling, separated points of wastewater Available online 20 May disposal for the wastewater treatment plant and disposal of treated and non-reused wastewater were critical for water management.

In this sense, the bioassays are useful tools for assessing the risks to the biota posed by pollutants Knie and Lopes, Thus, the UASB and BA operational processes utilized in the STP were inefficient for detoxification purposes, having caused acute toxicity to Daphnia magna and chronic toxicity to Ceriodaphnia dubiaclassifying the STP as moderately toxic and extremely toxic, respectively.

At the Main uses of water at the slaughterhouse analyzed. Standard guide for conducting renewal life-cycle toxicity tests with D.

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Wastewater toxicity of tannin- versus chromium-based leather tanneries in Marrakesh, Morocco. Landfill leachate ingestion induces protein oxidation and DNA-protein crosslinks in mouse viscera. Presently, there is no conventional effluent treatment to obtain water that can be reused in the same process.

The following physical and chemical parameters were used for environmental assessment: Flow chart showing the slaughtering process. The sample was submitted to ecotoxicity tests, and the effluent was treated by photoelectrooxidation PEO. The longest experiments showed the highest rates of degradation, but further studies about efficiency and energy consumption should be performed to determine parameters as a function of the volume of the effluent to be treated.

The monitoring of landfill leachate after treatment, in order to ensure safe levels for its disposal in the environment, can be accomplished through a series of physicochemical parameters Barker and Stuckey, ; Baun and Christensen, Photoinduced toxicity of fluoranthene on germination and early development of plant seedling. The Science of the Total Environment, vol. Using constructed wetlands to treat biochemical oxygen demand and ammonia associated with a refinery effluent.


At this stage, the are: Integration of chemical and biological oxidation processes for water treatment: Introduction The generation of domestic or industrial wastes by man as well as the application of pesticides in soil, contributes to the introduction of compounds in the water, affecting its quality Sperling, The discharge Q 7, 10 has been used as reference in studies to define criteria for toxic effluents emissions.

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In relation to the environmental laws for the State of Rio Grande do Sul, the resolution of the Environmental State Council Rio Grande do Sul, a determines the emission conseema for wastewater sources to be discharged into the receiving water bodies. The electrochemical recovery of metals from effluent and process streams.

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United States of American. However, residual nickel concentrations may still cause toxicity.

Figure 2a describes the results of the analysis of total organic carbon TOCinorganic carbon IC and total carbon TC for all effluents. Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. Pre- Polishing lagoon — Stage in which wastewaters are submitted to chilling is divided into 18 stages: Colletta showed similar results, where the average concentration of ammonia nitrogen in the treated effluent of STP was May 24, ; Accepted: At a distance donsema 1 cm from the anode, a stainless steel AISI cylinder was used as the cathode [5].

Dissolved oxygen depletion and eutrophication account for the major Keywords: At the end of the treatment, germination rate and root growth were estimated.