Treatment of dairy wastewater using the Electrocoagulation process
Sachin Gaidhane, Samrudha Vanamamula, Prachi Rahangdale, Jayshree Kanire, Pavan Kamble
Dairy wastewater, Electrocoagulation, Current density, pH, Reaction time
Dairy wastewater is a major source of environmental pollution due to its high content of organic matter, nutrients, and suspended solids. Electrocoagulation (EC) process is an efficient and sustainable technology that can be used for the treatment of dairy wastewater. This paper presents a review of recent studies on the treatment of dairy wastewater using the EC process. The paper discusses the operating parameters, such as current density, pH, and reaction time, that influence the efficiency of the EC process. The paper also highlights the advantages and limitations of the EC process and compares it with other conventional treatment methods. The results of recent studies indicate that the EC process can effectively remove the pollutants from dairy wastewater and produce a treated effluent that meets regulatory standards. The paper concludes by recommending further research to optimize the EC process for the treatment of dairy wastewater
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Unique Paper ID: 160547

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 799 - 803
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