Study the Operational Treatment of Dye Industry Wastewater
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology
Dye are colored organic compounds that are used to impart color to various substrates including paper, leather, fur, hair, drugs, cosmetics, waxes, greases, plastics and textile materials. The discharges of dye industrial water containing dyes cause serious environmental problems. This water can be treated by various methods which are primary treatment (screening, sedimentation, neutralization, mechanical flocculation, chemical coagulation), secondary treatment (aerobic and anaerobic treatment,
... naerobic treatment, activated sludge process, use of charcoal, trickling filtration.) And tertiary (Membrane technologies, adsorption, oxidation technique, electrolytic precipitation and foam fractionation, electrochemical processes, ion exchange). Certainly, use of activated carbons filter is the sole and ultimate approach for removal of textile dyes through the industrial wastewater treatment. This literature shows the feasibility of minimum cost adsorbent in term of maximum outcome of industrial wastewater treatment for textile dyes removal.