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Optimization of Treatability by FACCO for Treatment of Chemical Industry Effluent


Author(s):

Shiv H Mehta , BVM Engineering College,VVN,Anand,Gujarat; Dr. D S Vyas, BVM Engineering College,VVN,Anand; Ms. Sejal M Patel, Aditya environment and research Consultancy,Vapi ; Dr. Arti Pamnani, BND Polytechniq, VVN,Anand; Helly H Mehta, CGPIT,Bardoli,Surat.

Keywords:

Advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), Fenton, Ferrous Sulphate, Hydrogen peroxide, Hydroxyl radical

Abstract:

This Research has been carried out to study Optimization of treatability by (FACCO) Fenton Activated Carbon Catalytical Oxidation for treatment of Chemical Industry Effluent. FACCO as a treatment can be a good option to increase biodegradability of chemical wastewater. The optimum ratio of [Fe2+] to [H2O2] will be finalize based on experiment while the optimum pH was from 2.5 to 3.5, a treatment technique , known as Fenton Activated Carbon Catalytic Oxidation (FACCO) ,consisting of coagulation-flocculation using alum , lowering of pH was from 2.5 to 3.5 using sulphuric acid, chemical dosed with hydrogen peroxide and Ferrous sulphate (known as Fenton reagent), Treatment of such waste had always been difficult because of the presence of refractory organic pollutants such as different types of organic dye. In this study, treatment of chemical effluent was carried out using combined system of Fenton oxidation process followed by adsorption on granular activated carbon (GAC). The effects of operating condition on Fenton oxidation processes such as hydrogen peroxide and iron concentration were investigated. In addition, the lab-scale study of the adsorption process was elaborated. The lab scale model suggested that the rate of reaction was highly affected by the concentration of hydrogen peroxide. Moreover, the results indicated that the treatment module was very efficient in removing the organic pollutant.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV3I11152
Published in :Volume : 3, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 01/06/2017
Page(s): 328-336
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