Membrane Treatment Of Industrial Effluent
Shivangi G Antad, Dr S.V.Anekar
Industrial Effluent,Magnetic Stirred UF,polysulfone membrane,Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration.
Ultrafiltration is a viable, environmentally friendly alternative to today's physicochemical-based Industrial Effluent treatment methods. The social component is highlighted in this study as a weapon, a mirror by which the access to clean and reclamation of waste water management may take on new perspectives. It was carried out to determine the viability of using Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration as a clean technology for the treatment and reclamation of textile effluent and dye house wastewater. The water treatment strategy mixing ultrafiltration (UF) and micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration (MEUF) approaches was primarily employed for the removal of water containing a wide variety of contaminants in textile industry water samples. Two distinct pigments, Reactive Red 218 (RR218) and Methylene Blue (MB), were tested for removal experiments. Using a stirred ultrafiltration cell, dye was removed from the aqueous stream using sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) and polysulfone membrane (MWCO 50 kDa). When compared to ultrafiltration, MEUF provided improved dye rejection but a lower permeate flow. Not only was the elimination achieved, but the physicochemical parameters were also within the limitations set by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).The maximum removal of dye rejection for RR218 pulled off from 59% to 73% and for MB dyes it was from 67.5% to 87.%.
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Unique Paper ID: 158385

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 723 - 731
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