OZONATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF REFRACTORY COD AND COLOR IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY WASTEWATER
Several WWTP designed for the treatment of industrial effluents (chemical industries, dye-houses, paper mills…) use ozone treatment to meet their discharge requirements. It quickly appears that economic optimization of COD abatement is necessary and may be reached by optimization of ozone use and smart combination of ozonation with other processes. These concepts will be illustrated by a relevant example from a case study in the textile industry, on which lab-scale and on-site treatment tests have been carried out, with the ultimate purpose of implementing them on site at industrial scale.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2005-01-01
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