Treatment of Acid Orange 74 Wastewater and Sugar Wastewater by Low Cost Adsorbents
Journal of Advanced Chemical Sciences
Acid Orange 74, Dye wastewater, Color Removal
This study shows the treatment of combined binary mixture of Acid Orange 74 and sugar wastewater with peanut hull and orange peel as low-cost adsorbents. The performance of a combined adsorption-microfiltration process for the color removal is measured and compared using transmittance and absorbance indices at mechanical shaker mix level. This selected treatment procedure is among one of the most economical treatment alternatives to all technologies present now. The parameters studied during this research are analyzed using Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm models on low cost adsorbents. Conclusive results after the treatment are indicated in this paper at their optimum dosages and sizes. This treatment method is applicable in the actual conditions at territory treatment stage.
Madiraju, S.S.V. Harsha; Hung, Yung-Tse; and Paul, Howard, "Treatment of Acid Orange 74 Wastewater and Sugar Wastewater by Low Cost Adsorbents" (2018). Business Faculty Publications. 271.