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Waste Water Treatment in Chemical Industries: The Concept and Current Technologies

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The world’s chemical industries face formidable environmental regulatory challenges in treating their wastewater effluents.ro antiscalant chemical composition The present work aims at highlighting the various industrial wastewater treatment technologies currently available including physico-chemical and biological processes as well as constructed wetland and conventional or advanced oxidation processes. Activated carbon prepared from low cost material, Agricultural by-product materials or modified natural polymers, which is considerably efficient for removal of direct dyes from wastewater, is also discussed. Combinations of anaerobic and aerobic treatment processes are found to be efficient in the removal of soluble biodegradable organic pollutants. The use of membrane in final stage of industrial wastewater treatments is increasing. The chemical oxidation techniques to treat wastewater, classical chemical treatment and advanced oxidation processes, is discussed.

Even though it appears to be in plentiful supply on the earth’s surface, water is a rare and precious commodity, and only an infinitesimal part of the earth’s water reserves (approximately 0.03%) constitutes the water resource which is available for human activities. The growth of the world’s population and industry has given rise to a constantly growing demand for water in proportion to the supply available, which remains constant. Thus, it is necessary to minimize its consumption and it is also necessary to return it back to the environment with the minimum contamination load because of the limited capacity of selfpurification, hence the importance of wastewater treatment process [1].
During the last two decades large scale environmental initiatives have taken place in Europe and the United States, these have resulted in strict environmental regulations on the industrial emissions for the chemical industry. It has been necessary to invest in cleaner technologies and in treatments that are more effective. On the other hand, numerous chemical companies have installed effluent treatment systems to meet the recently elaborated regulations of the country in which they are settled or to meet the regulations of the countries with which they trade.

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