Hygiene of populated placesISSN: 2707-0441 eISSN: 2707-045X
Issue 68, 2018   -   Pages: 37-45
HYGIENIC ASSESSMENT OF THE INFLUENCE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ENTERPRISES DURING THE INTRODUCTION OF NEW MODERN TECHNOLOGIES IN SUGAR FACTORIES
V.M. Mahniuk1, L.V. Peleh1, S.A. Melnichenko1, Y.A. Petrov2
1 STATE INSTITUTION O.M. MARZIEIEV INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH NAMSU
2 PE "SOUTH-UKRAINE CENTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES"

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SUMMRY:
This article analyzes the design materials of existing sugar factories with various technologies for the treatment of industrial waste, in particular with raw pulp. For the study were selected sugar factories, which are part of the production of pulp pits for storing raw pulp. For comparison with traditional production technologies, a research was conducted at a sugar factory with a new technol-ogy of pulp drying. According to the results of scientific research, it was established that the elimina-tion of pulpwood and the transition to a new technology of drying pulp gives grounds for the transi-tion of the sugar plant with a new production technology from the highest hazard class ( class) to a lower hazard class (IV class) and the rationale for the use of the new regulatory SPZ 100 m, which frees the industrial area for its rational use and contributes to the actualization of the current urban situation and is subject to revision of the detailed plan of the territory. The elimination of the pulp pit and the transition to the new technology of pulp smush ensured a reduction in gross emissions of pol-lutants by 7.8%, complete elimination of carbon disulfide, oil and acetic acids from the gross emis-sions of sugar factories, which in turn reduced man-made emissions to the environment and im-proved sanitation hygienic conditions of living of the residential building adjacent to the sugar plant.

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