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study of a specific paper mill waste and its effects on the fish life of the Great Miami River by Daniel Herman Kruger

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  • Fishes -- Diseases,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Ohio

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Other titlesPaper mill waste and its effects on the fish life of the Great Miami River
Statementby Daniel H. Kruger
The Physical Object
Pagination76 leaves :
Number of Pages76
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Open LibraryOL14413779M

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  Many authors reported the presence of toxic pollutants in fish or toxic effects on fish such as respiratory stress, mixed function oxygenase activity, toxicity and mutagenicity, liver damage, or genotoxic effects, and lethal effects on the fishes exposed to pulp and paper mill wastewaters Owens et al., , Vass et al., , Schnell et al Cited by: In recent years, there have been emerging concerns regarding the fate and effects of pulp and paper mill effluents on the environment. Countries throughout the world are focusing attention on the implementation of regulatory and monitoring programs. In response, industry has begun to implement a variety of process and treatment technologies designed to minimize or eliminate the potential. The Online TOC-analysis of paper mill waste water: a challenge or a pitfall? Paper mill waste water is known for its problematic composition and characteristics. The percentage of biobased materials is relatively low. As a consequence the purification of it is tough. Basically the waste water contains minuscule fibres, fillers, whiteners.   Besides the death of much marine life, the effects result in a negative evolution of particular species, thus creating a chain reaction to other organisms and environmental aspects. Previous studies have found that paper mill effluent causes reproductive impairment in zooplankton and invertebrates, both of which are food for fish, and in shellfish.

National Study of Chemical Residues in Lake Fish Tissue. This study was the first statistically‐based freshwater fish contamination study conducted on a national level. The purpose of this study was to generate data to protect the health of people and wildlife that eat fish from lakes. This website provides: Information on data. the health of human populations is great. This paper provides the insight view about the affects of environment pollution in the perspective of air pollution, water and land/ soil waste pollution on human by diseases and problems, animals and trees/ plants. Study finds that these kinds of pollutions are not only seriously affecting the human by. realistically assess the current status of mill and its potential for improvement. This assessment is necessary to target specific waste streams that will maximize pollution prevention. The first step in a pollution prevention strategy for water is a thorough audit and characterization of wastewater from textile operations (Wood, ). Suppose there are several paper mills producing paper for a market. These mills, located upstream from a fishing village, discharge a large amount of waste water into the river. The waste material affects the number of fish in the river, and the use of the river for recreation and as a public water supply source. Figure shows the paper market.

A.W. Mohammad, Y.H. Teow, in Reference Module in Food Science, Fish and Poultry Processing and Gelatin Industry. The nutritional value of solid fish waste products is almost identical to that of the edible parts. Therefore, the reprocessing of fish waste material has led to high added-value food products, with high nutritional value, good taste, and which are stable and, therefore.   The pulp and paper mill industry is an intensive consumer of water and natural resources (wood), discharging a variety of liquid, gaseous and solid wastes to the environment. Since the s, a growing awareness of the effects of pulp and paper wastes in the ambience had prompted water and energy consumption levels and the loads of toxic. fish, and profoundly affects the terrestrial ecosystem [21]. Therefore, it is obligatory that the effluent from pulp and paper mills is treated before entering receiving waters. This study employs different molecular weights of cationic polyDADMAC and different dosages of emul-sion polyacrylamide in pulp and paper mill wastewater samples. In , U.S. Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] discovered dioxins and furans in paper mill waste. In , dioxin was found in fish living downstream from paper mills. This was not a welcome finding. The volume of paper mill wastes is huge: in the s, each ton of pulp produced ab gallons of contaminated wastewater from the.