THE EFFICIENCY OF COLOR REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES ON VARIOUS DYE CLASSES IN TEXTILE WASTEWATER
Abstract:Bench scale studies were conducted to determine the efficiency of four-color removal technologies on various dye classes present in the wastewater of three textile dyeing and finishing plants that had received secondary biological treatment. Color removal technologies considered included coagulation, chlorination, ozonation, and carbon adsorption. The results of these studies indicate that the desired degree of color removal can be achieved depending on the dye class and the technology utilized.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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