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Advance Fenton Oxidation Treatment on CETP Waste Water for COD Reduction


Vivek Trivedi , Aadishwar College of Technology, Swarnim Startup & Innovation University; Prof. Usman Shaikh, Aadishwar College of Technology, Swarnim Startup & Innovation University, Kalol, Gujarat, India


COD Removal, Fenton’s for Color Reduction


Several small scale industries have formed cooperatives and established Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP) to treat wastewater in India. The wastewaters are subjected to primary treatment in the industry and thereafter discharged to be further treated at the CETPs. The management and treatment costs are shared by the member industries. Wastewater treatment is always highly concerned in the sake of environmental protection. A considerable effort has been made into exploring and implementing new methods of wastewater treatment. The principle way to remove the pollutants from wastewater is by combining different treatment methods in one wastewater treatment system. Fenton’s oxidation was one of the best known metal catalyzed oxidation reactions of water-miscible organic compounds. The mixture of FeSO4 or any other ferrous complex and H2O2 (Fentons reagent) at low enough pH, results in Fe2+ catalytic decomposition of H2O2 and proceeds via a free radical chain process that produces hydroxyl radicals which have extremely high oxidizing ability and could oxidize hard to decompose organic compounds in a short time. This work aims at highlighting Fentons oxidation processes operating at ambient conditions viz. photo-catalytic oxidation, Fentons chemistry and use of hydrogen peroxide & also the study for providing economic feasibility of the proposed physicochemical process.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I31105
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2019
Page(s): 1196-1198

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