Himanshu Patel, R. T. Vashi, "Treatment of Textile Wastewaterby Adsorption and Coagulation", Journal of Chemistry, vol. 7, Article ID 987620, 9 pages, 2010. https://doi.org/10.1155/2010/987620
Treatment of Textile Wastewaterby Adsorption and Coagulation
The composite of wastewater treatment was carried out using activated charcoal as adsorbent to remove COD, BOD, color in which various parameters like adsorbent dose, contact duration, temperature and agitator speed were considered. The adsorbent behavior can be explained on the basis of Freundlich and Langmuir adsorption isotherm model. Maximum removal (87.6, 81.0 and 90.0%) of COD, BOD and color respectively was found at adsorbent dosage of 11 g/L. Also, the textile mill wastewater was treated with different doses of coagulants like alum, ferric sulphate and ferrous sulphate at constant contact duration (4 hours) and room temperature (300 K). Percentage reduction (maximum) corresponds to 80.2, 74.0 and 84.9% was obtained for removal of COD, BOD and color respectively.
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