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Draft Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA): Screen Reclamation - Chapter 5

EPA 744R-94-005a
September 1994

Substitute Comparative Assessment, Screen Reclamation Methods


Chapter 5 provides a comprehensive assessment of screen reclamation methods 1-4 and the automatic screen washer. When available, information is provided for each method and technology on occupational exposure and risk, population exposure and risk, performance of traditional and alternative systems, and the cost analysis of traditional and alternative systems. The discussion of the details of each method or technology includes an explanation of the particular advantages or disadvantages of that method or technology. The details, assumptions and uncertainties of each of the methodologies in this chapter are discussed in Chapter 3; referencing this chapter while reading Chapter 5 may eliminate the confusion that may occur due to the numerous exhibits.

Chapter V: Substitute Comparative Assessment, Screen Reclamation Methods [1,578 K PDF]

Introduction

Method 1: Traditional Reclamation

Traditional System 1
Traditional System 2
Traditional System 3
Traditional System 4
Alternative System Chi
Alternative System Beta

Method 2: Traditional Reclamation With Haze Remover

Traditional System 1
Traditional System 2
Traditional System 3
Traditional System 4
Product System Alpha
Product System Chi
Product System Delta
Product System Epsilon
Product System Gamma
Product System Mu
Product System Phi
Product System Omicron-AE
Product System Omicron-AF
Product System Zeta

Method 3: SPAI Workshop Process

Method 3 Process
System Omicron Formulation
Occupational Exposure
Occupational Risk Conclusions and Observations
Environmental Releases
General Population Risk Conclusions and Observations
Ecological Risks from Water Releases Of Screen Reclamation Chemicals
Cost

Method 4: Alternative Screen Reclamation Technology using High-Pressure Water Blaster

Method 4 Process
Alternative Technology Theta Chemical Formulations
Occupational Exposure
Occupational Risk Conclusions and Observations
Environmental Releases
General Population Risk Conclusions and Observations
Ecological Risks from Water Releases Of Screen Reclamation Chemicals
Performance
Cost

Method 5: Automatic Screen Reclamation Technology

Features
Feasibility
Evaluation
Process Description
Occupational Exposure and Environmental Releases
Occupational Risk Conclusions
General Population Risk Conclusions and Observations
Cost


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