What are the environmental impacts of rubber compounding process
The impact of rubber compounding process on the environment is mainly manifested in the following aspects:
Exhaust gas emissions: During the rubber compounding process, a large amount of exhaust gas is generated, which contains various organic compounds and foul smelling substances. If these exhaust gases are directly discharged without treatment, they will cause pollution to the surrounding environment and affect air quality.
Wastewater discharge: The wastewater generated during the rubber refining process contains various organic compounds and heavy metal ions. If discharged directly without treatment, it will cause pollution to the water body, affecting the survival of aquatic organisms and the utilization of water resources.
Solid waste: During the rubber compounding process, a large amount of solid waste is generated, such as waste rubber blocks, waste materials, etc. If these wastes are piled up without treatment, they not only occupy land resources but also cause pollution to the surrounding environment.
In order to reduce the impact of rubber compounding on the environment, a series of measures need to be taken, such as strengthening the treatment and disposal of exhaust gas, wastewater, and solid waste, adopting environmental protection technologies and equipment, and improving resource utilization efficiency. At the same time, it is also necessary to strengthen supervision and management to ensure the effective implementation of environmental protection measures.