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Waste Water Treatment of Textile Industry : Review

Author(s):

M. A. Boda , V.V.P. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Solapur.; S. V. Sonalkar, V.V.P. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Solapur.; M. R. Shendge, V.V.P. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Solapur.

Keywords:

Waste Water Treatment, Textile Industry

Abstract

The discharge of colored wastewater represents a severe environmental crisis and community healthiness worry. Color taking away from textile wastewater has turn out to be a huge challenge over the previous decades, and until now, there is no single and inexpensively eye-catching cure way that can successfully decolorize the wastewater. Textile industry is a conventional and pillar industry, which possesses an extensive part of the national economy. In latest days, particular concentration has been paid to the application of biotechnology in textile industry. Treatment of textile effluents with biotechnology, textile effluents typically include high concentration of inorganic as well as organics, and are then hard to treat. Membrane processes can be used for lots of these wastewaters in the textile industry. Textile industries stand for a significant environmental difficulty because of their huge water consumption. Textile wastewater is known to display strong color, a huge quantity of suspended solids, extremely unpredictable pH, high temperature and high COD concentration. Treatment technologies were evaluated for application in water use again for the textile industry. Recently, a growing application of so called Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) to industrial wastewater has been observed. Membrane process is able to be used for several of these wastewaters in textile industry. Expansion of new type of textile polymers and fibers, like naturally colored cotton, colored silk and silk gene-sequence, and spider silk non-woven’s, chitin fiber etc. A straightforward technique is anticipated to bring to a halt of TiO2 for photo catalytic transformation of organic pollutants in aqueous solution.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I20383
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2017
Page(s): 173-176

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