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Hyperfiltration processes for treatment and renovation of textile wastewater
S. M Ko
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Research Triangle Park, NC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||S.M. Ko and J.A. Tevepaugh ; prepared for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development|
|Series||Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-79-195|
|Contributions||Tevepaugh, J. A, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.), Huntsville Research & Engineering Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
A bstract: This paper describes the experimental results of a pilot‐scale application of membrane technologies to textile wastewater advanced treatment, downstream of a biological activated sludge process, aimed at water reuse in textile technology processes. The chosen approach consisted of sand filtration as a pretreatment, a microfiltration (MF) or ultrafiltration (UF) membrane process Cited by: Application of Membrane Bioreactor Technology to Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Stacy Scott Abstract During the next twenty years the availability of fresh clean water will become severely limited in many areas of the world. Water scarcity and water quality are problems facing both developed and undeveloped Size: KB.
Membrane Processes. Membrane water treatment systems were originally used only in desalination projects. But improvements in membrane technology have made them an increasingly popular choice for removing microorganisms, particulates, and natural organic materials that foul water’s taste and taint its clarity.. Water treatment membranes are thin sheets of material that are able to separate. Wastewater Treatment "Decolorization is a challenging process to both the textile industry and the wastewater treatment, the results of this finding suggest a great potential of fungi to be used to remove color from dye waste waters.
Treatment of Simulated Oily Wastewater by Ultrafiltration and Nanofiltration Processes 72 IJCPE Vol No.1 (March ) -Available online at: wastewater is the fuel treatment process . Oil in water can exist as free, dispersed, emulsified and dissolved oil. ultrafiltration in water treatment, the system design, and its performance as pre-treatment for reverse osmosis system are presented. II. ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANE Ultrafiltration membranes can be made from both organic (polymer) and inorganic materials. There are several polymers and other materials used for the manufacture of UF Size: KB.
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EPA/ October Hyperfiltration Processes for Treatment and Renovation of Textile Wastewater by S. Ko and J. Tevepaugh Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. Huntsville Research and Engineering Center Huntsville, AL Contract No.
Task No. Program Element No. 1BB EPA Project Officer: Max Samfield Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Office of. Get this from a library. Hyperfiltration processes for treatment and renovation of textile wastewater.
[S M Ko; J A Tevepaugh; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.); Huntsville Research & Engineering Center.].
EPA/ March HYPERFILTRATION FOR RENOVATION OF TEXTILE FINISHING PLANT WASTEWATER by Craig A. Brandon and John J. Porter LaFrance Industries Riegel Textile Corporation LaFrance, South Carolina Grant No.
S ROAP No. 21AZT Program Element No. 1BB EPA Project Officer: Thomas N. Sargent Industrial Environmental Research. EPA TEXTILE INDUSTRY RDSD Since hyperfiltration and ultrafiltration membranes have been evaluated with textile wasiewater.
Membranes first were evaluated for treatment of raw total plant composite wastewater (2). Evaluation of membranes for inrocess applications are now being concluded for five selected textile wet finishing processes (3).Cited by: 4.
Filtration is considered the keystone of water and wastewater treatment and is used for various purposes, such as sludge dewatering and concentrating any solution. Moreover, as an advanced filtration technology, membranes can remove materials ranging from large visible particles to molecular and ionic chemical species.
Proper Hyperfiltration processes for treatment and renovation of textile wastewater book of filter media/membrane material in filtration processes Cited by: 1. Various treatment techniques are in use to mitigate the contaminant levels of textile wastewaters.
Table 1 provides a broad overview of the various conventional as well as recently engineered treatment processes employed to bring about the treatment of textile effluents. However, these methods suffer from certain serious by: In this work, three membrane processes (MF, UF and NF) were used for the treatment of textile effluent sample and factors influencing the flux decline of the used membranes were investigated.
MF and UF processes were studied in order to be investigated as pretreatment for the NF process in the case of textile effluent treatment. Treatment of textile wastewater with membrane bioreactor: A critical review Article Literature Review in Bioresource Technology January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Pazdizor et al. 12 integrated nano-filtration and biological processes for textile wastewater treatment. The implementation of the biological anaerobic -aerobic system in separated reactors to the. Water and WasteWater Treatment Technologies Volume 2 e-ISBN: ISBN: No.
of Pages: Water and WasteWater Treatment Technologies Volume 3 e-ISBN: ISBN: No. of Pages: For more information of e-book and Print Volume(s) order, please click here Or contact: eolssunesco. Among this type of plant, we can quote the following examples can be referenced: Koper (Slovenia): 34, m 3 d –1;; l’Apié (Cannes, France): 28, m 3 d –1.; Lausanne (Switzerland)(photo 11): this plant processes water from the Leman lake and was constructed in for treat m 3 d –, in view of the results achieved, a second phase was put in place in Abstract.
Pressure driven membrane processes show interesting properties which make them very attractive for chemical reuse and energy saving in various industrial fields iltration in particular appeared from the early 70’s a very promising process in a large number of different industrial separation steps in the pharmaceutical and food industry, in the treatment of industrial water Author: Enrico Drioli.
Ozone and biological aerated filter (BAF) were combined as a pre-treatment of membrane filter for an advanced treatment of textile wastewater. It was found that adding ozone into BAF directly, forming an integrated system, allowed a higher CODcr and color reduction in this study.
The optimal ozone dosage in the integrated unit was 20~30 mg/ by: 2. To verify the possibility of reusing textile wastewater with NF, three NF membranes of different pore size (NF90, NF and NF from Dow-Filmtec) were studied.
In order to select the most effective one, experiments were carried out at four different pressures in a pilot plant equipped with a flat-sheet membrane module.
Membrane processes can be used to treat textile wastewater and reuse of treated wastewater in the process as process water can be achieved as advanced treatment.
Keywords: Synthetic textile wastewater, methylene blue, COD, color, nanofiltration Introduction Textile industry is one of the biggest industries of Turkey and itAuthor: M.
Sarioglu Cebeci, T. Torun. Part of the Polymer Science and Technology book series (POLS, volume 13) Abstract A program to demonstrate high temperature hyperfiltration to renovate hot industrial wastewater for direct recycle is in Phase 2: the installation of a 10 m/hr membrane system to Author: Craig A.
Brandon. Wastewater treatment plants for cooling water circuits were also described Kato 1D and Katsumi and Nagasawa 20 provided reviews on the treatment of wastewater from steel mills.
Biczysko21 discussed methods of treating wastewater and of controlling water pollution from the iron and steel industry. A survey of waste treatment, disposal, and.
Membrane technologies applied to textile wastewater treatment. This paper describes the experimental results of a pilot-scale application of membrane technologies to textile wastewater advanced treatment, downstream of a biological activated sludge process, aimed at water reuse in textile technology processes.
analysis indicate the Cited by: AbstractIn this work, the feasibility of polyvinylidene difluoride ultrafiltration membranes to treat textile wastewater was studied. The C.I. Disperse Orange 30 and C.I. Disperse Rubine 73 were selected as pollutant for the membrane filtration study.
The results showed about 90 and 96% of COD decrease and dye removal, respectively. In addition, very low fouling was observed which Cited by: 5. for the treatment of wastewater from textile effluent and the factors affecting the performance of forward osmosis process.
The draw solutions used were magnesium chloride (MgCl. 2), and aluminum sulphate (Al. 2 (SO. 4) H. O), and the feed solutions used were reactive red, and disperse blue dyes. The sequence of treatment processes through which wastewater passes is usually characterized as: 1.
Preliminary treatment 2. Primary treatment 3. Secondary treatment 4. Tertiary treatment This discussion is an introduction to advanced treatment methods and processes. Advanced treatment is primarily a tertiary treatment.
A number of different.The main aim of the study was to test the feasibility of using nanofiltration (NF) processes for the treatment of reactive dye-bath effluents from the textile industry, in order to recover the water and chemicals (salts) for reuse purposes.
The study of the reusability of nanofiltered water for dyeing has been given little or no attention.Algae-based Wastewater Treatment. Compiled by a diverse team of experts, with experience in scientific and industrial fields, the Comprehensive Report for Wastewater Treatment Using Algae is the first report that provides in-depth analysis and insights on this important field.