Treatment of Dye Waste Water by using Natural Coagulants
P. Sasirekha, M. Kumar, R. Shankar, and S. Shangesh.
International Journal of Emerging Science and Engineering (IJESE) 6 (3): 1-4 (May 2019)

Waste water from dye industries containing various dyes is dangerous to the human health and environment. This research work focused on a low-cost coagulants for the removal of dyes from the effluent of dye industries. The effect of experimental conditions like dye concentration, pH, dosage and contact time on the removal efficiency of dyes were studied using design of experiments. Natural Coagulants can be used as a cost effective and efficient technique for the removal of contaminants from wastewater. Waste material from industries such as food processing and agriculture may act as natural coagulants. The discharge of the effluents into the receiving environment should follow acceptable level. Therefore, various techniques have been employed for the treatment of bearing industrial wastewaters including biological treatment through natural coagulants offers the advantages of low cost and good efficiency. The successful application of local fruit waste in treating wastewater containing contaminants requires a deeper understanding of how coagulants material proceeds. This research focusing on reducing of contaminants in wastewater using natural coagulants will be presented.
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