POSIBILITIES FOR OBTAINING ACTIVATED CARBON AGENT BY PYROLISI OF RESIDUAL MATERILAS PRODUCED IN FARMS, VETERINARY CINICS AND BUTCHERIES
Usually the bovine breeding and butcheries produce biomaterials that are infested or may be easily infected are neutralized at the present by burning in ground. These paper present a new possibility for recycling of this materials by pyrolysis at 400- 500oC. By this method a solid carbonic residue having 3- 20% ash, crackable fluids and gases are obtained. The absorption capacity of the solid carbonic residues was studied and the values were estimated for iodine, methyl blue and toluene. The results justify usage of carbonic residue as an active carbon agent for water purification. The fluids from pyrolysis were cracked and transformed in combustible gases. These gases and those resulted from pyrolysis can partly provide the necessary energy of the pyrolysis process.