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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
A CRITICAL REVIEW ON THE ROLE OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY IN THE TREATMENT OF TEXTILE WASTEWATER
CHANDRA KANT BHARDWAJ
Pages: 2889-2902
Abstract
The textile sector is one of the primary contributors of wastewater, and the discharge of textile wastewater that is highly pigmented and poisonous poses substantial challenges to the natural environment. This article provides an analytical analysis of many different treatment strategies for textile effluent, along with the costs associated with each approach. Several different techniques, such as oxidation (cavitation, photocatalytic oxidation, ozone, H2O2, and Fenton's process), physical (adsorption and filtration), and biological (fungi, algae, bacteria, and microbial fuel cell) techniques, are addressed in this article. In addition to this, the article provides suggested remedial techniques for addressing the various forms of wastewater that are created from each textile process. This article's goal is to offer a full knowledge of the many treatment technologies that are available for textile wastewater and their efficiency in treating the highly pigmented and hazardous effluent. This information will be presented in the form of a review.
Keywords
The textile sector is one of the primary contributors of wastewater
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