Industrial Solid Wastes

Solid wastes in the form of sludges, unused raw materials, unreacted

chemical agents, packing materials, dead animals from the quality

control sections of the pharmaceutical industry, agricultural residues,

fruit peelings and rinds from the food processing industry, paunch

manure, hooves, bones, horns, and feathers from the meat processing

industry, fly ash and bottom ash from thermal power stations, spent

fuel from nuclear power stations, de-oiled cakes from edible and

inedible oil processors, cotton dust from the textile industry, suint and

lanolin from wool scouring, bagasse, rejected beet and lime mud from

sugar mills, mine wastes and extraction of ferrous and non-ferrous

metals from ores are some of the highly polluting products of modern

industries.

1. Introduction

SECTION 1 ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL SOLIDS

2. Sewage Treatment Plants

3. Textile Industry

4. Animal Husbandry Industry

5. Sugar Industry

6. Pulp and Paper Industry

7. Fermentation Industry

8. Vegetable Oil, Food, and Allied Industries

9. Agricultural Residues

10. Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Fertilizer Industries

11. Rubber Wastes

12. Plastics

SECTION 2 INORGANIC INDUSTRIAL SOLIDS

13. Water Treatment Plants

14. Engineering Industry

SECTION 3 TREATMENT PLANT SLUDGE'S

15. Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Sludge's

16. Sludge De-watering Devices