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Textile industries consume a large quantity of water and generate highly dye contaminated effluents. Textile wastewaters have to be treated or recycled before being discharged. Present work gives a light of extraction, recovery and reuse of methylene blue (MB) a cationic dye; one of the most commonly used substance for dyeing cotton, wood, silk etc., using liquid-liquid extraction method. Even though methylene blue is not only strongly hazardous, it shows some health problems like increaseddoi:10.14233/ajchem.2019.21619 fatcat:ebf7gbn35jfxtdyrohp3vpxcoe