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The wet fabric textile industry involves multi-step processes that include yarn formation, weaving, desizing, scouring, bleaching, mercerization, and dyeing. These processes produce effluent wastewater streams which have high concentrations of COD, BOD, and chemicals like acids, alkalis, dyes, hydrogen peroxide, starch, surfactant-dispersing agents, and soaps of metals.

 

References:

[1]: “inhibiting effect of textile wastewater on the activity of sludge from the biological treatment process of the activated sludge plant by L. Gebrati, M. El Achaby, H. Chatoui, M. Laqbaqbi, J. El Kharraz, F. Aziz”.

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Advanced Oxidation Processes The Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOP), in broad....

  • Biological Treatments

    As previously mentioned, the dyes used in the industry contain....

  • Coagulation- Flocculation

    The coagulation-flocculation process is considered a primary treatment. In this....