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Selection of control technologies for remediation of lead battery recycling sites

Selection of control technologies for remediation of lead battery recycling sites

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, Office of Research and Development in Washington, DC, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Batteries (Ordnance),
  • Recycling (Waste, etc.)

  • Edition Notes

    Shipping list no.: 92-0716-P

    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14442256M
    OCLC/WorldCa27750446

    Recycling of Lead Acid Batteries. For the prevention of lead emissions into the ambient environment it is necessary to adopt an effective pollution control system. Continuous improvements in the technologies of battery recycling plants and furnace designs is required to keep pace with emission standards for lead smelters. Safe Recycling Practices Identifying Lead Batteries from Lithium-ion Batteries. There is serious risk of fire and explosion if a lithium-ion battery enters the lead battery recycling stream. While batteries can appear similar, it is important to make sure lead and lithium-ion batteries .

    Recycling lead-acid batteries is the law, and is a part of the “Battery Act” (The Mercury Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act of ). This law was set out to ensure safe recycling of batteries such as lead-acid batteries, in order to prevent potential environmental damage. In countries like the U.S., the recycling of lead-acid batteries, while an imperfect technology, is relatively benign; and in fairness to the automotive industry, approximately 98 percent of these.

    Battery Recycling Technology Gravita is committed to the employment of environment friendly technologies in our solutions for the used Lead-Acid Battery Recycling and Battery Manufacturing Industries, covering Secondary Lead Smelting, Lead Refining, Lead Alloying & Lead Oxides Manufacturing and Lead Pollution Control. Lead Battery Recycling Case Study While lead-acid batteries are heavily recycled, with sometimes more than 97% recyclable material, there are significant health hazards associated with the materials. Lead is a known carcinogen with well documented health effects and acid products can react in the air to produce corrosive gasses.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Selection of control technologies for remediation of lead battery recycling sites. Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response ; Cincinnati, OH: Office of Research and Development, [].

For sites where lead leaching from slag is posing a health or environmental threat, a process (flame reactor) for recovering lead from slag and simultaneously converting the slag to a non-hazardous material (i.e., 16 Engineering Bulletin: Selection of Control Technologies for Remediation of Lead Battery Recycling Sites.

Royer*, M D., A Selvakumar*, AND R. Gaire. ENGINEERING BULLETIN: SELECTION OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES FOR REMEDIATION OF LEAD BATTERY RECYCLING SITES.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA//S/ (NTIS ), diagram in Figure 2 depicts the lead-acid battery breaking process. A more complete description of these pro-cesses can be found in "Selection of Control Technologies for Remediation of Lead Battery Recycling Sites."2 The discussion below will focus on a few points that are particularly pertinent to remediation of soils and waste depos-its.

This paper primarily addresses remediation of contaminated soils and waste deposits at defunct lead-acid battery recycling sites (LBRS) via immobilization and separation processes.

A defunct LBRS is a facility at which battery breaking, secondary lead smelting, or both operations were performed for the primary purpose of reclaiming lead from spent lead-acid batteries. cleanup services at lead ktattery recycling sites (LBRS).

This bulletin condenses and updates the information presented in the EPA technical resource document \ entitled: 'Selection of Control Remediation of Lead Battery Tachiiologlaa tor Recycling SIttta,* EPA///, JUy which is avalaUe from Tha National Technical Infonnation Service.

EPA/// July SELECTION OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES FOR REMEDIATION OF LEAD BATTERY RECYCLING SITES by Tapan K. Basu Ari Selvakumar Roger Gaire Foster Wheeler Enviresponse, Inc. Edison, New Jersey Contract No. C Project Officer Michael D. Royer Technical Support Branch Super-fund Technology Demonstration Division Edison, New.

Control Technologies for Remediation of Contaminated Soil and Waste Deposits at Superf und Lead Battery Recycling Sites. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association: Vol. 42, No. 7. 4. Xintaras, C. Analysis paper: impact of lead-contaminated soil on public health. ATSDR, Atlanta, GA (). OSWER Interim Guidance on Establishing Soil Lead Cleanup Levels at Superfund Sites.

USEPA, Washington, DC () 6. Basu, T. K., Selvakumar, A. and Gaire, R. Selection of Control Technologies for Remediation of Lead Battery Recycling. Get this from a library. Selection of control technologies for remediation of lead battery recycling sites.

[Tapan K Basu; Ari Selvakumar; Roger Gaire; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.; Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.);]. Selection of Control Technologies for Remediation of Lead Battery Recycling Sites, Engineering Bulletin.

Sites. Environmental Protection Agency. Physical/Chemical Treatment Technology. @article{osti_, title = {Control technologies for remediation of contaminated soil and waste deposits at Superfund lead battery recycling sites}, author = {Royer, M D and Selvakumar, A and Gaire, R}, abstractNote = {This paper primarily addresses remediation of contaminated soils and waste deposits at defunct lead-acid battery recycling sites (LBTS) via immobilization and separation.

Recycling keeps the toxic materials out of the landfill. With the production of recycled lead requiring just % of the energy needed to produce lead from ore Recycling the battery is also easier and much less energy intensive than producing new lead from ore.

Returning used lead batteries for recycle has been long practiced. Publisher: Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response ; Cincinnati, OH: Office of Research and Development. SELECTION OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES FOR REMEDIATION OF LEAD BATTERY RECYCLING SITES by Tapan K.

Basu Arl Selvakumar Roger Gaire Foster Wheeler Enviresponse, Inc. Edison, New Jersey Contract No. C Project Officer Michael D.

Royer Technical Support Branch Supertund Technology Demonstration Division Edison, New Jersey   Recycling Perspectives. Recycling of Lead-Acid Batteries is a profitable business, albeit dangerous, in developing countries.

Many developing countries buy used lead-acid batteries (also known as ULABs) from industrialized countries (and Middle East) in bulk in order to extract lead. Battery Council International (BCI), Chicago, and Essential Energy Everyday have released a study showing lead batteries have a recycling rate of percent, making them the No.

1 recycled consumer product in the U.S. The groups say the near-perfect rate of recycling is attributed to industry investment in a closed loop collection and recycling system that keeps million tons of batteries.

This bulletin condenses and updates the information presented in the EPA technical resource document (TRD) entitled, 'Selection of Control Technologies for Remediation of Lead Battery Recycling. Fundamentals of the Recycling of Lead-Acid Batteries containing residues and wastes arise in many places and it becomes impossible to control their proper disposal.

Metallurgical aspects of lead recycling from battery scrap As described before, the lead bearing raw materials extracted from lead-acid battery scrap are. The last challenge discussed in this chapter is recycling potential. Since the batteries are used in a huge number, recycling is quite important.

One of the benefits of lead–acid batteries (despite its low energy content) is its recycling capability. About 90% of a lead–acid battery can be recycled and reused for making new batteries.Procuring Innovative Technologies at Remedial Sites: Q's and A's and Case Studies. EPA//F/, NTIS PB/XAB: Bioremediation, Vacuum Extraction, Vitrification.

Selection of Control Technologies for Remediation of Lead Battery Recycling Sites, Engineering Bulletin. EPA//S/, NTIS PB/XAB.of lead battery recycling R. Guerriero, G. La Sala STC Science Technology Consulting "The alchemist's dream comes true: lead turns into gold." Abstract Even today, the use of Lead-acid batteries is projected for the next 50 years.

On the other hand, the .