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Metal hydroxide sludge reuse.




1999

Hi This Nadim Dahdal, am an intern at S.W.D INC we are a metal finisher company Our Waste treatment system generates sludge, and we believe that the sludge can be reused in steel mills. The sludge is made of :

CU 3330 PPM
Zn 11200 PPM
Cr 606 PPM
Ni 720 PPM
Mn 2520 PPM
So4 4270 PPM
Fe 11200 PPM
Ca 26800 PPM
Mg 477 PPM

Please if you see that the sludge could be reused in any way or if you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me. Looking forward to hear from you. Sincerely,

Nadim Dahdal
- Addison , Illinois, USA



Not a prayer, Nadim. Sorry. Start by dewatering it so that it is many times more concentrated than your analysis, then be ready to pay the price of secure landfilling or "recycling".

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
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