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Re: recycle bag house dust
Furness- Newburge in Kentucky creates a water based slurry with the dust and
then uses ultrasonics plus several other steps to separate the dust from
bentonite. All components - water, bentonite, metal dusts can then be
recycled/reused. I've talked to people at General Motors and with the
EPA-Casting Emission Reduction Program who are really impressed with the FN
Jim could provide a much better description.
cc: Jim Furness
From: Hill, Lin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: 'Carey Jones' <email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2000 10:29 AM
Subject: RE: recycle bag house dust
>I know this is a big issue in the industry. I'm intrigued- can you give me
>sentences on how ultrasonics would work with dust?
>Lin K Hill
>From: Carey Jones [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 5:58 PM
>To: Denhof, Tim; email@example.com
>Subject: recycle bag house dust
>Furness-Newburge of Kentucky has a dust recycling system using ultrasonics.
>I'll put you in touch with them.
>Carey W. Jones
>Ultrasonic Solutions LLC: Accelerating chemical processes with ultrasonics
>DOE-Michigan Industries of the Future
>PO Box 2649
>Ann Arbor, MI 48106-2649
>From: Denhof, Tim <DenhofT@ttemi.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
>Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 1:59 PM
>>List Manager's note: Please respond directly to DenhofT@ttemi.com.
>>I am looking for any information on the recycling, reuse, waste exchange,
>>for Basic Oxygen Furnace baghouse dust as well as related dusts from
>>desulfurization and electric arc furnaces.
>>Tetra Tech EMI
>>200 E. Randolph Dr.
>>Chicago, IL 60601
>>phone: (312) 946-6442
>>fax: (312) 938-0118