textile wastewater treatment by application of combined

Textile wastewater treatment by application of combined

Textile wastewater treatment by application of combined chemical coagulation, electrocoagulation, and adsorption processes Edris Bazrafshan Health Promotion Research Center, Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, Zahedan, Iran, Tel. +98 9153411120, Tel. +98 9132501980 Correspondence ed_bazrafshan@yahoo.com

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textile wastewater treatment by application of combined

Textile wastewater treatment by application of combined

Textile wastewater treatment by application of combined chemical coagulation, electrocoagulation, and adsorption processes Article (PDF Available) in Desalination and water treatment 57(20):1-13

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textile wastewater treatment by application of combined

Textile wastewater treatment by application of combined

Textile wastewater treatment by application of combined chemical coagulation, electrocoagulation, and adsorption processes Edris Bazrafshana,*, Mohammad Reza Alipoura, Amir Hossein Mahvib,c,d

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textile wastewater treatment using combined process

Textile Wastewater Treatment Using Combined Process

A combined process of biological wriggle bed and ozone biological aerated filter was utilized to treat textile wastewater. Results showed that COD removal efficiency was almost 90.4%. The average effluent COD was 85.87 mg/L. The effluent colority was 64-32 times. This study indicated that the combined process is potentially useful for treating textile wastewater.

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pilot scale treatment of textile wastewater by combined

Pilot Scale Treatment of Textile Wastewater by Combined

Pilot Scale Treatment of Textile Wastewater by Combined Process (Fluidised Biofilm Process-Chemical Coagulation-Electrochemical Oxidation) Article in Water Research 36(16):3979-88 · October 2002

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pilot scale treatment of textile wastewater by combined

Pilot scale treatment of textile wastewater by combined

The continuous combined process for textile wastewater treatment consists of fluidized biofilm process, chemical coagulation and electrochemical oxidation. A flow diagram of the continuous textile wastewater treatment system used in this study is shown in Fig. 1. Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 1. Flow diagram of pilot scale combined

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waste water treatment of textile industry: review

Waste Water Treatment of Textile Industry: Review

treatment of textile wastewater by combined process (fluidized biofilm pro cess – chemical coagulation electrochemical oxidation)” ,Water Research c Vol.36,

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textile wastewater - an overview | sciencedirect topics

Textile Wastewater - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Parimal Pal, in Industrial Water Treatment Process Technology, 2017. 5.16.2 Hybrid Forward Osmosis Technology in Treatment of Textile Wastewater. Textile wastewater containing multiple textile dyes, inorganic salts, and organic additives is an ideal case for application of FO technology to extract pure water from such a complex system instead of removing so many contaminants from water through

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treatment of synthetic textile wastewater by combined

Treatment of synthetic textile wastewater by combined

Industrial textile generates large volumes of effluents which are heavily loaded with pollutants, turbidity and are highly concentrated in salts and color. A significant improvement in effluent quality is required before it is discharged into the environment. In the present work, performances of a combined process using chemical coagulation, ultrafiltration and nanofiltration were investigated

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treatment of a textile effluent by electrochemical

Treatment of a Textile Effluent by Electrochemical

The removal of pollutants from textile wastewater via electrochemical oxidation and a coupled system electrooxidation— Salix babylonica , using boron-doped diamond electrodes was evaluated. Under optimal conditions of pH 5.23 and 3.5 mA·cm −2 of current density, the electrochemical method yields an effective reduction of chemical oxygen demand by 41.95%, biochemical oxygen demand

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degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a combined

Degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a combined

Numerous advanced treatment technologies have been developed to reduce contaminants from textile wastewater. To effectively treat such wastewater, often a combined chemical and biological oxidation process is required as purely biological treatment is usually very slow or not pos-sible at all [4]. Alternatively, recent reports (from 1999

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tracing the occurrence of organophosphate ester along the

Tracing the occurrence of organophosphate ester along the

The effluent of WWTP A is discharged into the Niujiang River, then along the natural hydraulic gradient from the treated textile wastewater outlet (S4), it flows to Shahu town (~5000 inhabitants, S9–S11). The studied area of the Niujiang River is presented in Fig. 1, which encompasses about 15 km distance from the first sampling site (S1, designated as 0 km) in the upstream to the last site

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alireza pendashteh - google scholar citations

Alireza Pendashteh - Google Scholar Citations

Treatment of high saline textile wastewater by activated sludge microorganisms H Mirbolooki, R Amirnezhad, AR Pendashteh Journal of applied research and technology 15 (2), 167-172 , 2017

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physical/chemical treatment of textile finishing

Physical/Chemical Treatment of Textile Finishing

----- EPA-600/2-78-079 April 1978 PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF TEXTILE FINISHING WASTEWATER FOR PROCESS REUSE by J.M. Eaddy, Jr. and J.W. Vann J.P. Stevens and Company P.O. Box 21247 Greensboro, North Carolina 27420 Grant S801211 ROAP 21AEC-02 Program Element No. 1B2036 EPA Project Officer: Max Samfield Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Office of Energy, Minerals, and Industry

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the role of chemical oxidation in combined chemical

The role of chemical oxidation in combined chemical

The role of chemical oxidation in combined chemical-physical and biological processes: experiences of industrial wastewater treatment The role of chemical oxidation in combined chemical-physical and biological processes: experiences of industrial wastewater treatment. In a second case, optimal process conditions were assessed for the

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oil industry wastewater treatment with fouling resistant

Oil Industry Wastewater Treatment with Fouling Resistant

The oil industry produces large volumes of wastewater, including oil well produced water brought to the surface during oil drilling, and refinery wastewater. These streams are difficult to treat due to large concentrations of oil. Ultrafiltration (UF) is very promising for their treatment to remove oil, but has been limited by economic obstacles due to severe membrane fouling.

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degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a combined

Degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a combined

Numerous advanced treatment technologies have been developed to reduce contaminants from textile wastewater. To effectively treat such wastewater, often a combined chemical and biological oxidation process is required as purely biological treatment is usually very slow or not pos-sible at all [4]. Alternatively, recent reports (from 1999

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scope of reusing and recycling the textile wastewater

Scope of reusing and recycling the textile wastewater

This paper investigates the use of high energy gamma radiation to degrade and decontaminate combined textile wastewater and its potential application in textile wet processing and reuse for irrigation purposes. The treatment was carried out using a Cobalt-60 gamma radiation source at 10 kGy irradiation dose with a dose rate of 13 kGy/h.

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combined electro-fenton and biological processes for the

Combined Electro-Fenton and Biological Processes for the

The phytotoxicity and microbial toxicity analysis of the treated wastewater shows that there is a significant reduction of toxicity compared with the raw wastewater. Therefore it is recommended that the combined EF and biological degradation processes be applied in the treatment of textile wastewater for removing color, COD, and TOC effectively.

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decolorization and decontamination of textile wastewater

Decolorization and decontamination of textile wastewater

Gamma irradiation is a contemporary concept for the treatment of textile wastewater. The organic pollutants and coloring materials of wastewater can be decomposed acceptably by gamma irradiation. However, the process efficiency can be improved significantly by integrating H2O2 as an additive with wastewater during irradiation. The treatment of combined textile wastewater collected from a knit

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degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a combined

Degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a combined

In the present study, the decolorization and degradation of Reactive Black 5 (RB5) azo dye was investigated by biological, photocatalytic (UV/TiO 2) and combined processes.Application of Candida tropicalis JKS2 in treatment of the synthetic medium containing RB5 indicated complete decolorization of the dye with 200 mg/L in less than 24 h. Degradation of the aromatic rings, resulting from the

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characterization of dissolved organic matter in municipal

Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter in Municipal

Dissolved organic matter (DOM) in municipal wastewater was mainly characterized using high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and size exclusion chromatography (HPSEC) with multi-excitation/emission fluorescence scan. Meanwhile, fluorescence excitation–emission-matrix combined with parallel factor analysis (EEM-PARAFAC) was also applied.

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biodegradation and decolourization of textile dye

Biodegradation and decolourization of textile dye

Degradation of textile dye wastewater. pH is one of the important factors in the treatment of textile dye wastewater by microorganism. The interactive effect of pH and temperature on biodegradation of textile wastewater using Ganoderma lucidum is shown in Fig. 2 a. From the figure, it was observed that increase in pH up to 6.6 increased the COD

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electrochemical technologies for wastewater treatment

Electrochemical technologies for wastewater treatment

EC or ECF processes are now used widely in the treatment of many types of wastewaters including dye and textile wastewater, 373–377 refractory oily wastewater, 378–380 municipal wastewater, 381–385 manufacturing wastewater, 386–388 and wastewaters with phenol, 389 toxic metals 390–393 and inorganic metals. 394–398 Bench and pilot

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scope of reusing and recycling the textile wastewater

Scope of reusing and recycling the textile wastewater

This paper investigates the use of high energy gamma radiation to degrade and decontaminate combined textile wastewater and its potential application in textile wet processing and reuse for irrigation purposes. The treatment was carried out using a Cobalt-60 gamma radiation source at 10 kGy irradiation dose with a dose rate of 13 kGy/h.

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combined electro-fenton and biological processes for the

Combined Electro-Fenton and Biological Processes for the

The phytotoxicity and microbial toxicity analysis of the treated wastewater shows that there is a significant reduction of toxicity compared with the raw wastewater. Therefore it is recommended that the combined EF and biological degradation processes be applied in the treatment of textile wastewater for removing color, COD, and TOC effectively.

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performance of composite reverse osmosis membranes used

Performance of Composite Reverse Osmosis Membranes Used

Home Browse by Title Proceedings CDCIEM '11 Performance of Composite Reverse Osmosis Membranes Used in Textile Wastewater Treatment and Reutilization. ARTICLE . Performance of Composite Reverse Osmosis Membranes Used in Textile Wastewater Treatment and Reutilization. Share on. Authors: Wang Ling.

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a combined electrocoagulation-electrooxidation treatment

A COMBINED ELECTROCOAGULATION-ELECTROOXIDATION TREATMENT

The application of electrochemical methods for the removal of organic pollutants has some advantages compared with chemical or biological methods. The actual wastewater treatment plant receives 600 m 3 of effluents every day and it consists of Demirbas, E., Bayramoglu, M., Treatment of the textile wastewater by combined

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khalida muda - google scholar citations

Khalida Muda - Google Scholar Citations

Development of bio-granules using selected mixed culture of decolorizing bacteria for the treatment of textile wastewater TC Kee, HH Bay, CK Lim, K Muda, Z Ibrahim Desalination and Water Treatment 54 (1), 132-139 , 2015

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research article determination of biological treatability

Research Article Determination of Biological Treatability

textile wastewater has nonbiodegradable characteristics [ ]. In general, textile wastewater is treated by chemical treatment techniques which are expensive and need many chemical applications [ , ]. Due to the fact that textile industry e uents have a wide varietyofpollutantparameters,diversetreatmenttechniques are required.

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electrochemical technologies for wastewater treatment

Electrochemical technologies for wastewater treatment

EC or ECF processes are now used widely in the treatment of many types of wastewaters including dye and textile wastewater, 373–377 refractory oily wastewater, 378–380 municipal wastewater, 381–385 manufacturing wastewater, 386–388 and wastewaters with phenol, 389 toxic metals 390–393 and inorganic metals. 394–398 Bench and pilot

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biodegradation and decolourization of textile dye

Biodegradation and decolourization of textile dye

Degradation of textile dye wastewater. pH is one of the important factors in the treatment of textile dye wastewater by microorganism. The interactive effect of pH and temperature on biodegradation of textile wastewater using Ganoderma lucidum is shown in Fig. 2 a. From the figure, it was observed that increase in pH up to 6.6 increased the COD

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