Research Journal of Chemical and Environmental Sciences
Orange peel and Peanut hull are used in this research to treat the combined binary mixture of Disperse Blue 14and sugar wastewater. The combined wastewater is treated with adsorption followed by micro-filtration. The dosages, sizes and concentrations used in this research are based on trail and error method. Whatman-41 is used in the micro-filtration treatment process. This research is mainly based on color removal. The color removal is estimated and compared from the measured transmittance and absorbance values. The same treatment tests are performed on the activated carbon and taken as datum and compared with the low-cost adsorbents. NPOC values were also estimated using Shimadzu TOCL analyzer which followed catalytic oxidation method. Finally, the data is analyzed with Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm equations.
Madiraju, Saisantosh Vamshi Harsha; Hung, Yung-Tse; and Paul, Howard H., "Treatment of Disperse Blue 14 Wastewater and Sugar Wastewater By Low Cost Adsorbents" (2018). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications. 393.
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