The major consumption of water in coke plants is for cooling purposes in a variety of cooling and condensing operations. For the coke quenching operation alone, about 120 to 900 gal of water are required per ton of coke.1 The various sources of process wastewater include the following:
1. Excess ammonia liquor from the primary cooler tar decanter
2. Barometric condenser wastewater from the crystallizer, the final coolers, light oil recovery operations, ammonia still operation, coke oven gas condensates, desulfurization processes, and air pollution control operations
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