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storage dirty water or waste water, with hydrocarbons into solubility range

storage dirty water or waste water, with hydrocarbons into solubility range

storage dirty water or waste water, with hydrocarbons into solubility range

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Someone can help to find guidelines, rules, practices, standards about this topic:
storage of dirty water or waste water, with hydrocarbons into solubility range, of a chemical plant: distances from plants, if or when needed a basin and waterproof florring, etc.
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RE: storage dirty water or waste water, with hydrocarbons into solubility range

Hi,
You should talk to your local EPB .
I guess it will depend if you are treating the waste water in your facility or outside .
My experience in China for a chemical plant with chemical reactors and distillation columns , 2 outdoor concrete pools within the plant, with a capacity of 15000 m3 each , one for waste water and one to recover spent water in case of fire .

Good luck
Pierre .

RE: storage dirty water or waste water, with hydrocarbons into solubility range

(OP)
thank for sharing your experiance

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