+ Site Statistics
References:
52,654,530
Abstracts:
29,560,856
PMIDs:
28,072,755
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Cost analysis for the degradation of highly concentrated textile dye wastewater with chemical oxidation H2O2/UV and biological treatment



Cost analysis for the degradation of highly concentrated textile dye wastewater with chemical oxidation H2O2/UV and biological treatment



Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 81(7): 1239-1245



The efficiency and cost-effectiveness of H2O2/UV for the complete decolorization and mineralization of wastewater containing high concentrations of the textile dye Reactive Black 5 was examined. Oxidation until decolorization removed 200-300 mg g(-1) of the dissolved organic carbon (DOC).

(PDF emailed within 0-6 h: $19.90)

Accession: 011906975

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

DOI: 10.1002/jctb.1531


Related references

A combined chemical reduction and biological oxidation process for the treatment of textile wastewater. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 36(3): 605-617, 2001

The treatment of azo dyes found in textile industry wastewater by anaerobic biological method and chemical oxidation. Separation and Purification Technology 79(1): 26-33, 2011

Treatment of textile dyeing wastewater by photo oxidation using UV/H2O2/Fe2+ reagents. ScienceAsia 32(2): 181-186, 2006

The removal of formaldehyde from concentrated synthetic wastewater using O3/MgO/H2O2 process integrated with the biological treatment. Journal of Hazardous Materials 171(1-3): 907-913, 2010

Use of ozone in a pilot-scale plant for textile wastewater pre-treatment: physico-chemical efficiency, degradation by-products identification and environmental toxicity of treated wastewater. Journal of Hazardous Materials 175(1-3): 235-240, 2010

Development of catalytic oxidation technology for the treatment of highly concentrated and refractory organic wastewater. Huanjing Kexue 15(5): 88-91, V, 1994

Chemical reduction and oxidation combined with biodegradation for the treatment of a textile dye wastewater. Proceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference: 6) 229-234, 1992

Advanced oxidation of raw and biotreated textile industry wastewater with O3, H2O2/UV-C and their sequential application. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 76(1): 53-60, January, 2001

Development of design criteria for highly efficient biological treatment of textile wastewater. Water Science & Technology 40(4-5): 399-407, Aug -Sept, 1999

Influence of ozone and advanced oxidation processes on biological treatment of textile wastewater. Ozone Science & Engineering 23(4): 327-332, August, 2001

Oxidative treatment characteristics of biotreated textile-dyeing wastewater and chemical agents used in a textile-dyeing process by advanced oxidation process. Water Science and Technology 49(5-6): 137-143, 2004

Impact of chemical oxidation on biological treatment of a primary municipal wastewater: 2. Effects of oxonation on kinetics of biological oxidation. Ozone Science & Engineering 19(6): 513-526, 1997

Treatment of an actual slaughterhouse wastewater by integration of biological and advanced oxidation processes: Modeling, optimization, and cost-effectiveness analysis. Journal of Environmental Management 182: 651-666, 2016

Investigation of COD and colour removal on a textile industry wastewater using advanced oxidation and chemical treatment processes. Ekoloji 16(62): 72-80, 2007

Comparative decolorization of dyes in textile wastewater using biological and chemical treatment. Separation and Purification Technology 154: 149-153, 2015