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Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents, Genesis and Control (Pira Technology Series)

Pratima Bajpai

Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents, Genesis and Control (Pira Technology Series)

by Pratima Bajpai

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Published by Pira International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pulp & paper technology,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Career/Job,
  • Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades,
  • Manufacturing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12035711M
    ISBN 101858021650
    ISBN 109781858021652

    The anaerobic treatment of segregated effluents from bleach plant wastewater reduces organochlorine compounds, measured as AOX, by means of reductive dechlorination. Other organic compounds are also removed and, as a consequence, toxic effects decrease substantially. Organochlorine pesticides were once widely used in agriculture and for home pest control. Most organochlorine pesticides, including all those measured by Biomonitoring California, are no longer used in the U.S. These pesticides have spread through the environment and take a long time to break down.

    Organochlorine definition: any of a group of complex organic compounds containing chlorine | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Organochlorine definition is - of, relating to, or being a chlorinated hydrocarbon and especially one used as a pesticide (such as aldrin, DDT, or dieldrin).

    In utero exposure to organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) is thought to be potentially harmful to fetal development. We aimed to investigate the associations of maternal and cord serum OCPs levels with infant birth weight in China. In this study, we measured serum levels of 18 OCPs in 81 mother-infant pairs, including DDT, hexachlorocyclohexanes (BHC), hexachlorobenzene (HCB), heptachlors Cited by: The compounds measured in bald eagles include polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), organochlorine pesticides (OCs), and mercury (Hg). The state has been divided into major “watershed years” with 20% of Michigan’s watersheds being sampled each year (Figure 1). During annual banding activities, blood and feather samples from nestling.


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Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents, Genesis and Control (Pira Technology Series) by Pratima Bajpai Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Organochlorine compounds in bleach plant effluents: genesis and control. [P Bajpai; P K Bajpai; Pira International.].

This review describes the environmental impact of organochlorines, use of enzymatic and biological bleaching for reducing the generation of organochlorine compounds, and treatment of bleach plant effluents by biological and enzymatic methods.

Advantages and limitations of various biotechnological methods are by:   Bajpai P, Bajpai PK () Organochlorine compounds in bleach plant effluents—genesis and control. PIRA International, Leatherhead, Surrey, UK Google Scholar Bajpai P () Biotechnology for pulp and paper : Pratima Bajpai.

The chlorinated organic compounds in bleached papers do not seem to be a health hazard because of the low concentration of mobile species and low fraction that might be transferred to the user. Bajpai, P., Bajpai, P.K., Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents—Genesis and Control.

In: Pira International U.K., p. Degradation of organochlorine compound in spent sulfite bleach plant effluents by actinomycetes Article (PDF Available) in Applied and Environmental Microbiology 57(10) November An organochloride, organochlorine compound, chlorocarbon, or chlorinated hydrocarbon is an organic compound containing at least one covalently bonded atom of chlorine that has an effect on the chemical behavior of the chloroalkane class (alkanes with one or more hydrogens substituted by chlorine) provides common examples.

The wide structural variety and divergent chemical. Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents: Genesis and Control it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving /5(8). Notes. Organochlorine compounds are potential endocrine disrupting compounds, which means that they might interference with the endocrine systems of animals.

Chemicals, which interfere with the endocrine system, disrupt the hormone balance of an animal. This typically results in disruption of the reproductive processes in aquatic organisms, or causes immunodeficiency.

Organochlorine compounds have been found to have toxic effects on aquatic organisms []. To know the toxicity of organochlorine compounds (OCCs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in stream sites across United States, 5 principal components have been identified that account for 77% of total variance of OCCs.

These were 1. Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents--Genesis and Control by Pratima Bajpai and Pramod Bajpai This publication discusses the generation and environmental impact of organochlorine compounds and the various approaches used to minimize their generation, both at the source and end-of-pipe.

Chlorinated hydrocarbon (organochlorine) insecticides, solvents, and fumigants are widely used around the world. This class of chemicals comprises a variety of compounds containing carbon, hydrogen, and chlorine and are largely banned in North America and Europe, but are used extensively in many developing nations.

Oxidative degradation of AOX in softwood-based kraft mill effluents from ECF bleaching Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents – Genesis and. Control, Formation of organochlorine compounds. Bajpai P, Bajpai PK () Organochlorine compounds in bleach plant effluents – genesis and control.

PIRA International, Leatherhead Google Scholar Bajpai P, Bajpai PK () Reduction of organochlorine compounds in bleach plant effluents in by: 3. Looking for abbreviations of OCC. It is Organochlorine compound. Organochlorine compound listed as OCC.

Organochlorine compound - How is Organochlorine compound abbreviated. Operation Control Centre (UK) OCC: Oregon Convention Center Development and application of analytical methods for determination of organochlorine compounds in.

Notes. Organochlorine pesticides are chemically produced pesticides which include DDT, dieldrin, heptachlor, chlordane, endosulfan and types where widely used as insecticides throughout the 's and 's until their use was banned in western countries since the 's.

ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES What are ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES. Organochlorine pesticides are chlorinated hydrocarbons used extensively from the s through the s in agriculture and mosquito control.

Representative compounds in this group include DDT, methoxychlor, dieldrin, chlordane, toxaphene, mirex, kepone, lindane, and benzene File Size: 99KB. Organochlorine pesticides, while effective, are incredibly dangerous and toxic to the environment, wildlife, and people.

However, while the chemicals and compounds included in the manufacture of organochlorine pesticides remain dangerous, the risk of exposure to it is low.

Define organochlorine. organochlorine synonyms, organochlorine pronunciation, organochlorine translation, English dictionary definition of organochlorine. Microorganisms are found to be potential degraders of organochlorine compounds, notably soil habitants belonging to genera Bacillus, Pseudomonas, Arthrobacter and Micrococcus were found.

organochlorines: see chlorinated hydrocarbons. organochlorines poisoning cause excitement and irritability, tremor, ataxia, weakness, paralysis, convulsions. Introduction. InSkakkebaek et al. proposed that various disorders of male reproductive health, namely cryptorchidism, hypospadias, subfertility, and testicular germ-cell tumor (TGCT), derived from perturbations of embryonal programming and gonadal development during fetal life and thus comprised a testicular dysgenesis syndrome (TDS) (Skakkebaek et al., ).Cited by:.

Scheduled Wastes Fact Sheet Number 5 (revised) April The purpose of fact sheet is to help people identify any labelled, stocks of OCPs they may be holding. What are OCPs?

These persistent, bio-accumulative pesticides include DDT, dieldrin, heptachlor and chlordane. In all, there are 13 pesticides on the list of scheduled wastes.PART F. Organochlorine (OC) Compounds This support document provides the technical details of the accompanying TMDL document and has been provided for readers interested in the approach, the assumptions, and the data used to develop the organochlorine TMDLs.

The organization of .organochlorine: (ôr-găn′ə-klôr′ēn′, -ĭn) n. Any of several hydrocarbon-based compounds containing chlorine, especially those used as pesticides, such as DDT. organochlo′rine adj.