A report on potential for thermal pollution mitigation by waste heat utilization from power plant condenser cooling water for industrial and commercial operations located adjacent to nuclear or fossil fuel fired generating plants
Corporate Authors:Northwest Engineering ; New Jersey, Department of Energy., Coastal Energy Impact Program, ; National Ocean Survey, Office of Coastal Zone Management,
Keywords:Coastal Zone Management
Thermal Pollution Of Rivers, Lakes, Etc
Coastal Zone Management/New Jersey/Lacey (Township)
Environmental Conditions/Barnegat Bay (N.J.)
Environmental Conditions/Lacey (N.J. : Township)
Thermal Pollution Of Rivers, Lakes, Etc/New Jersey/Barnegat Bay
Funding:Funding: Office of Coastal Zone Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.;
Funding: New Jersey Dept. of Energy.;
Funding: Lacey Township.;
Description:Executive summary -- Table of contents -- Exhibit I. Water quality -- Exhibit II. Waste heat transfer system options -- Exhibit II. Potential commercial uses of effluent -- Exhibit III. Evaluation of design options -- Exhibit IV. Radiological monitoring -- Exhibit V. Radiological monitoring -- Exhibit VI. Site specific report -- Exhibit VII. Environmental impacts -- Exhibit VIII. Economic effects -- Exhibit IX. Regulatory considerations -- Exhibit X. Special considerations nuclear health [sic] -- Exhibit XI. Insurance considerations -- Exhibit XII. Criteria for siting -- Exhibit XIII. Estimated cost elements -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Appendix A. Extracted technical report data -- Appendix B. Interview data -- Appendix C. Over view [sic] of alcohol production -- Appendix D. Reliability of interfacing systems -- Appendix E. Environmental testing report: water quality, Barnegut Bay -- Oyster Creek Nuclean Generating Station -- Appendix F. Aztec Energy Associates report: solar heat pump.
"The principal objective on the study was to ascertain if mitigation of thermal pollution to Barnegat Bay from power generating plan condenser cooling water from Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station (OCNGS) is possible. The potential means of this mitigation is the utilization of the heat energy content of the cooling water in some commercial process prior to discharge of the cooling water to Barnegat Bay or other public waters."--Page 1.
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