Overcritical Water Oxidization As a Perspective Method of Biocontamination Disposal


Technogenic development of society is characterized these days by the increasing deficit of raw material sources and environmental deterioration. One of the effective decisions for industrially-domestic and food production waste disposal is application of overcritical water oxidization method (OCWO). With the observance of all ecological norms, this method not only decreases the volume of wastes, lowers the class of danger of the appearing ash residue, but also rationally uses secondary energy. The OCWO method gives an opportunity of converting no less than 99,99% of organic compounds of initial mixture into environmentally sound water and gas. Metals are distinguished as inorganic salts or oxides. Most steady inorganic compounds in these parameters are slightly soluble in overcritical water and are deposited or exited as gas at cooling and depressurization. This paper aims to estimate the perspectives of overcritical water oxidization method (OCWO) for industrial waste disposal.

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