Waste Water Treatment

The treatment of waste water from brass and bronze plating operations is relatively simple. Normal procedures for eliminating cyanide (i.e., treating the waste water with chlorine and adjusting pH to precipitate the metals) are all that is required. The metallic limits and allowance for chemicals in the final discharge are fixed by federal, state, and local regulations. Waste water treatment systems are usually designed by engineers who are conversant with local regulations and can make sure the equipment meets the necessary requirements.

Tin Alloy Plating

Reginald K. Asher, Sr., Motorola Semiconductor Product Sector

0 0

Post a comment