china reactive dye wastewater treatment - china dye

China Reactive Dye Wastewater Treatment - China Dye

Reactive dyes are widely use in textile dyeing industry, but they produce thousands tons of color wastewater per day. It is hard to removal the color from the wastewater by other chemicals. However, our BWD-01 water decoloring agent have very good performance in reactive dyes wastewater color removal. The dosage is low and cost is economical.

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china textile reactive dyes wastewater color removal

China Textile Reactive Dyes Wastewater Color Removal

Dyes, Reactive Dye, Textile Reactive Dyes manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Textile Reactive Dyes Wastewater Color Removal, Polyamine Disinfector for Water Treatment Plant, Polyamine Work as Sanitizer for Water Treatment and so on.

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decolorization of reactive dyes using inorganic coagulants

Decolorization of reactive dyes using inorganic coagulants

The flocculant was tested for synthetic wastewater containing four model reactive dyes (Black 5, Blue 2, Red 2 and Yellow 2) and real wastewater containing reactive dyes from a local dyeing industry. For the synthetic wastewater, the use of inorganic coagulant (1 g/L) alone achieved only 20% of color removal or less.

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dye wastewater treatment: removal of reactive dyesusing

DYE WASTEWATER TREATMENT: REMOVAL OF REACTIVE DYESUSING

Wastewater treatment in textile and dye industry mainly involves treatment of highly colored wastewater containing variety of dyes in different concentrations. The wastewater needs to be treated prior to discharge by effectively removing dye color in order to protect environment and as per the statutory guidelines. Coagulation is the most commonly used method in the treatment of textile

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removal of dyes from textile industrial wastewater using

Removal of Dyes from Textile Industrial Wastewater using

the potential use of sugarcane bagasse for the removal of dyes from wastewater has been discussed. Dyes are usually present in trace quantities in the treated effluents of many industries. The effectiveness of adsorption for dye removal from wastewaters has made it an ideal alternative to other expensive treatment methods.

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removal of dyes from wastewater using flyash, a low-cost

Removal of Dyes from Wastewater Using Flyash, a Low-Cost

The use of low-cost adsorbent has been investigated as a replacement for the current expensive methods of removing dyes from wastewater. As such, fly ash generated in National Thermal Power plant was collected and converted into a low-cost adsorbent. The prepared adsorbent was characterized and used for the removal of dyes from wastewater.

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textile wastewater treatment - an overview | sciencedirect

Textile Wastewater Treatment - an overview | ScienceDirect

Konsowa et al. (2013) investigated the treatment of textile wastewater using aerobic MBR process, where the COD and dye (red dye-C81) removal efficiencies reached at 95% and 90%, respectively, for a HRT of 24 h. Deowan et al. (2013) studied textile dye wastewater treatment by MBR process. It was found that the COD, red, and blue color removal

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removal of dyes using agricultural waste as low-cost

Removal of dyes using agricultural waste as low-cost

Color removal from wastewater has been a matter of concern, both in the aesthetic sense and health point of view. Color removal from textile effluents on a continuous industrial scale has been given much attention in the last few years, not only because of its potential toxicity, but also mainly due to its visibility problem. There have been various promising techniques for the removal of dyes

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dye wastewater treatment: removal of reactive dyes using

DYE WASTEWATER TREATMENT: REMOVAL OF REACTIVE DYES USING

Wastewater treatment in textile and dye industry mainly involves treatment of highly colored wastewater containing variety of dyes in different concentrations. The wastewater needs to be treated prior to discharge by effectively removing dye color in order to protect environment and as per the statutory guidelines.

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synthetic reactive dye wastewater treatment by using nano

Synthetic reactive dye wastewater treatment by using nano

In this study, application of polyamide nano-membrane to remove dyes was evaluated for five different fiber reactive dyes’ wastewater, namely reactive blue 15, reactive red 194, reactive yellow 145, reactive black 5, and reactive orange 16. The discussed dyes were tested in low concentration (16 mg/l) during a 60 min filtration process.

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removal of dyes from textile wastewater by using

Removal of dyes from textile wastewater by using

Meric S., Lofrano G. and Belgiorno V. 2005 Treatment of reactive dyes and textile finishing wastewater using Fenton’s oxidation for reuse International Journal Environment and Pollution 23 248-258. Crossref

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removal of reactive dyes from wastewater using fe(iii

Removal of reactive dyes from wastewater using Fe(III

Removal of reactive dyes from wastewater using Fe(III) coagulant. S Papić

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pretreatment of reactive dye from textile wastewater

Pretreatment of Reactive Dye from Textile Wastewater

equalization tank of textile treatment plant of a dye mill in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. The reactive dyes contained in the textile wastewater were Remazol Black B (RBB), Remazol Brilliant Blue R (RBBR), and Remazol Brilliant Red F3B (RBRF3B). The structures of these reactive dyes are shown in Figure 1 (a), (b), and (c).

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desalination and water treatment - taylor & francis online

Desalination and Water Treatment - Taylor & Francis Online

AbstractThe generation of high-coloured wastewater is one of the main environmental problems of the textile industry. Reactive dyes are widely used in the dyeing of cellulosic fibres. However, they have low exhaustion degree (70–90%). The degradation of residual dyes by aerobic biological treatment is very poor, being necessary the application of specific treatments.

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effects of different conditions on the removal of dye

Effects of Different Conditions on the Removal of Dye

pH adjustment is needed for the flocculation of reactive dye wastewater. It is because the working pH of the reactive dyeing process is usually high (pH > 11) to fix the colour on the cellulosic fabric [8 ]. Therefore, the pH range was fixed at 11.25 to 12.50 to determine the best working pH in flocculating 500 mg/L reactive dye wastewater using a

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biological treatment of reactive dye in textile industry

Biological Treatment of Reactive Dye in Textile Industry

Preparation of Dye Waste Water: Reactive Cibacron FN-2R was used in different concentrations. The dye is one of the main dyes that are used in textile industries in Malaysia. Dye concentration was used to prepare dye solution of concentration 50, 100, 150 and 200 mg/L in reactors R1, R2, R3 and R4, as synthetic dye waste water…

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