cationic polymer for textile industry for sewage treatment
cationic polymer for textile industry for sewage treatment
cationic polymer for textile industry for sewage treatment
cationic polymer for textile industry for sewage treatment
cationic polymer for textile industry for sewage treatment
efficient and sustainable treatment of industrial wastewater

Efficient and sustainable treatment of industrial wastewater

In coagulation flocculation treatment we commonly use inorganic coagulants such as aluminium sulphate, ferric chlor- ide and calcium carbonate and synthetic organic polymer (poly- aluminium chloride (PACl) polyethylene imine).

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innovations in textile wastewater management: a review of

Innovations in textile wastewater management: a review of

Zero liquid discharge (ZLD) technology emerges as a transformative solution for sustainable wastewater management in the textile industry, emphasizing water recycling and discharge minimization ...

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addressing water scarcity: cationic polyelectrolytes in water

Addressing water scarcity: cationic polyelectrolytes in water

To reduce the risk of biological growth during the purification process, additives such as cationic, anionic or natural polymers are required in the flocculation process. 2 Due to the complicated processes associated with treating this specific wastewater, textile industries treat wastewater in-house for other industrial processes.

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water soluble polymer flocculants: synthesis

Water Soluble Polymer Flocculants: Synthesis

Cationic flocculants are normally used to flocculate negatively charged particles, and are used in wastewater and sludge treatment, paper production, oily water clarification, textile industry, paint manufacturing, dairy processing, and biotechnology. Compared to nonionic monomers, cationic monomers are less accessible and stable.

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efficient and sustainable treatment of industrial wastewater

Efficient and sustainable treatment of industrial wastewater

The efficiency of the tannin-based polymer (TBP) on the treatment of wastewater from paint, tannery and textile industries was evaluated. Coagulation flocculation has demonstrated that it is an effective method and TBP can be used as a substitute to classical coagulant agents in industrial wastewater treatment.

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a review on chemical coagulation/flocculation technologies

A review on chemical coagulation/flocculation technologies

Based on the present review, some novel pre-hydrolysed coagulants such as Polyaluminium chloride (PACl), Polyaluminium ferric chloride (PAFCl), Polyferrous sulphate (PFS) and Polyferric chloride (PFCl) have been found to be more effective and suggested for decolourisation of the textile wastewater.

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cationic polyacrylamide copolymers (pams): environmental half

Cationic polyacrylamide copolymers (PAMs): environmental half

Cationic polyacrylamide copolymers (PAMs) are a group of water-soluble polymers with a wide range of applications in industry, food processing, agriculture and waste management. One of the major applications for PAM is sludge dewatering in municipal waste water treatment plants (MWWTPs).

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waste lignin-based cationic flocculants treating dyeing

Waste lignin-based cationic flocculants treating dyeing

Represented by lignin-based flocculant, natural polymer-based flocculants excel in wastewater treatment. The proven reliability of developing lignin-based flocculants has increased the motivation for ongoing development. The use of organic solvents to extract hemp fibers is a new separation technology in the textile dyeing industry.

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frontiers | evaluation of anionic and cationic pulp-based

Frontiers | Evaluation of Anionic and Cationic Pulp-Based

The developed water soluble, anionic and cationic bio-PELs were characterized and tested as flocculation agents for a textile industry effluent treatment. Initially, jar-tests were used to tune the most effective flocculation procedure (pH, flocculant dosage, etc.).

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recovery of water from textile dyeing using membrane

Recovery of Water from Textile Dyeing Using Membrane

Abstract: The aim of the work was to purify model textile wastewater (MTW) using a two-stage membrane filtration process comprising nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO). For this purpose, a nanofiltration membrane TFC-SR3 (KOCH) and reverse osmosis membrane AG (GE Osmonics) were used. Each model wastewater contained a selected surfactant.

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