sludge


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sludge

 [sluj]
a suspension of solid or semisolid particles in a fluid.

sludge

(slŭdj),
A muddy sediment.
See also: sludged blood.

sludge

(sluj) a suspension of solid or semisolid particles in a fluid which itself may or may not be a truly viscous fluid.

sludge

a suspension of solid or semisolid particles in a fluid.

activated sludge
a means of encouraging biodegradation. See also activated sludge.
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The sludge quantity in mA entered in that EitszEimolandEk quantities in kilograms as follows 1 mA = 1000 kg of sludge mud.
Biological sludge was collected from the rubber industry of Shorubber (M) Sdn Bhd in Jejawi, Perlis which has extended aeration activated sludge plant.
TOM: Second, we don't even know if you HAVE excessive engine sludge.
2007) the majority of which reported a negative effect of dosing iron salts on a daily production of biogas comparing to un-dosed sludge (see Table 1).
In most cases, minerals and organic polyelectrolyte systems are used for sludge conditioning.
We delivered sludge for use on 2,808 celds in the last cnancial year.
Above the processing plant is a 385-foot-tall earthen dam with a steep, terraced face, holding back the sludge impoundment.
ITT Flygt has thoroughly researched sludge flow behaviour and combined with its extensive pumping knowledge, has created an excellent support tool for engineers and end users.
officials launched an experimental project to inject sludge beneath the ground in San Pedro.
treatment plants send about 60 percent of the solid sludge that they generate to agricultural fields and other land as fertilizer.
2005), the pastures received 250 kg nitrogen/ha from sewage sludge or from mineral fertilizer.