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EC number: 220-020-5
CAS number: 2605-79-0
Table 1: Removal of AO and BOD (C12/14
Amine oxide) (study # 67612)
removal of C12/C14 Amine oxide from wastewater by sewage treatment was
determined in a monitoring study in The Netherlands between May and
July, 1996. Six
municipal activated sludge treatment plants in The Netherlands were
concentration of C12/14 Amine oxide was determined in influent and
(raw and treated sewage) were collected from the six municipal activated
sludge sewage treatment plants (STP) over three consecutive days. The
samples were analysed by FI/MS/MS for both C12 and C14 Amine oxide.
removal of Amine oxide during activated sludge sewage treatment was >95
to >99% at the six plants. The
level of Amine oxide in effluent was below detection in all effluent
samples (<0.43 µg/L). The
amount of Amine oxide in influent ranged between 9-130 µg/L.
The BOD removal at the six plants was 96 to >98%.
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