3 edition of Assessment of land treatment technology for textile mill industry found in the catalog.
Assessment of land treatment technology for textile mill industry
by Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina in [Raleigh]
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 31-32.
|Statement||by Dhiraj Pal, Michael R. Overcash.|
|Series||Report - Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina ; no. 140, Report (Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina) ;, no. 140.|
|Contributions||Overcash, Michael R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1694.N8 N6 no. 140, TD899.T4 N6 no. 140|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 33 leaves,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||80620989|
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Biological treatment both aerobic and anaerobic technologies are preferred for treatment of pulp and paper mills because of wastewater composition consisting of high organic compounds and economical aspects. Additionally, some fungi species are used to remove color and AOX from the effluents (Taseli and Gokcay, ).Cited by: Ozone Treatment for Textile Effluent Treatment Plant COD, Colour Removal Ozone Wastewater The use of ozone in textile effluent treatment appears to be a very attractive alternative with considerable application potential. Ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent .
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aspects of textile fibres etc. The book covers complete details of textile processing with the standard parameters of effluents treatment which is the burning problem for the textile processors. Needless to say that this book will be of immense use to textile processors, consultants and chemists engaged in water and waste water treatment, research.
Environmental Impact Assessments of Textile and Dyeing Industries on Ecosystem of Karnopara Canal at Savar, Bangladesh Article (PDF Available) · January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Dec 08, · Thus, untreated or incompletely treated textile effluent can be harmful to both aquatic and terrestrial life by adversely affecting the natural ecosystem and causing long-term health effects.
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Environment-related issues of current importance include: the rising costs of effluent treatment/disposal as water companies respond to EC Directives to reduce the pollution levels of sewage works outfalls.
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On the other hand, major progress has been made by the industry in recent years, and modern technologies for the treatment of effluents have greatly reduced their volume and toxicity.
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