Contact Oxidation Process Followed by Activated Carbon Adsorption for Textile Wastewater Treatment
Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica
A pilot plant study and a full scale plant study were conducted to determine the feasibility of using contact oxidation followed by activated carbon adsorption process in textile wastewater treatment, and to determine the effects of types of packing media in the contact oxidation tank and types of aeration process on the treatment performance. Results indicated that contact oxidation followed by activated carbon adsorption process was effective in removing organics and color from textile wastewaters. Types of packing media and types of aeration processes had little effect on the treatment performance. The pilot plant performance was found to perform slightly better than the performance of the full scale plant. Copyright © 1988 WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
Huang, Ch ‐W; Hung, Y. ‐T; and Lo, H. H., "Contact Oxidation Process Followed by Activated Carbon Adsorption for Textile Wastewater Treatment" (1988). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications. 197.