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March 1, 2010

Purifying Coke-Cooling Wastewater

A new method for treating coke-cooling wastewater in a delayed coking unit

Zhi-shan Bai, Shang-Tung Tu and Hua-lin Wang,  East China University of Science and Technology

The problem of cleaning coke-cooling wastewater has vexed engineers for decades, but effective solutions have remained elusive. Without a low-cost technique to treat coke-cooling wastewater, environmentally inocuous production of petroleum is impossible. The process discussed here represents an improved method for purifying coke-cooling wastewater and offers a path toward cleaner petrochemical production....

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