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eBook Removal of Toxic Chromium from Wastewater (Environmental Health - Physical, Chemical, and Biological Factors) ePub

by Tonni Agustiono Kurniawan,Mika E. T. Sillanpaa

  • ISBN: 1608763404
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Tonni Agustiono Kurniawan,Mika E. T. Sillanpaa
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc; UK ed. edition (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 196
  • ePub book: 1168 kb
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Start by marking Removal Of Toxic Chromium From Wastewater (Environmental Health Physical, Chemical, And Biological Factors) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book reports the technical feasibility of coconut shell waste, a low cost material from local agricultural waste, as well as zeolite, an inexpensive natural material for treatment The presence of heavy metals such as Cr(VI) in the aquatic environment and their harmful effects on living organisms has emerged as one of the most serious environmental concerns world-wide.

Tonni Agustiono Kurniawan. Numerous chemical and biological methods exist for the removal and/or reduction of Cr(VI) from contaminated soil. However, all the existing methods of Cr(VI) removal and/or reduction are either expensive or inefficient for the removal of low concentrations of Cr(VI). There are various methods for the removal of chromium and other toxic metals from aqueous solution, such as chemical precipitation, adsorption, ion exchange and reverse osmosis (Kurniawan, Chan, Lo, & Babel, 2006). However, existing methods have several challenges, which make them not applicable for developing countries around the world.

Water pollution occurs when toxic pollutants of varying kinds (organic, inorganic . Chapter 3 The Removal of Heavy Metals from an Acidic Wastewater i.

Water pollution occurs when toxic pollutants of varying kinds (organic, inorganic, radioactive and so on) are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove such potential pollutants. Chapter 1 Occurrence and Removal of Trace Organic Compounds in Developing Countries during Wastewater Treatment (Matteo D’Alessio and Chittaranjan Ray, Nebraska Water Center, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, NE, USA)

7 Physical, chemicals and biological properties of wastewater Characteristic Physical properties: Color Odor Solids .

Removal of the coliform bacteria is also regulated according to reuse purpose:- Fecal coliforms < 500/100 ml (disposed into recreational waters) 1000/100 < ml (for irrigations) 28 BOD 5 mg/l TSS mg/l ph ph units Within the range 6-9 always CBOD 5 mg/l 25 40.

Toxic chemicals The toxic chemicals are the substance that can be poisonous or cause the health effects .

Toxic chemicals The toxic chemicals are the substance that can be poisonous or cause the health effects, They don't break down easily in the environment, they. The oil drilling and transport, mining and maritime operations all result in the accidental introduction of toxic materials into the marine environment, and the leakage from the storage tanks and the pipelines, and the seepage from the waste dumps. Health effects of pollution.

Removal of toxic hexavalent chromium can be done by the process of reduction

Many organisms remove Cr (VI) by reduction to Cr (III) by biosorption from the aqueous solution. The mechanism of biosorption can be studied using different techniques.

Chuan M C and Liu J C 1996 Release behavior of chromium from tannery sludge. Losi M E, Amrhein C and Frankenberger W T Jr 1994b Factors affecting chemical and biological reduction of hexavalent chromium in soil. Wat. Res. 30(4), 932–938. Costa M 1997 Toxicity and carcinogenicity of Cr(VI) in animal models and humans. Lyon G L, Brooks R R, Peterson P J and Butler G W 1969 Some trace elements in plants for Serpentine soils.

In this paper we aimed at eliminating these organic compounds from wastewater by ulation and chemical-oxidation methods to ensure a high degree of removal of these compounds to discharge into the sewage. The wastewater was characterized before and after the treatment following a series of quality indicators (chemical oxygen demand COD, total organic carbon TOC, lead Pb(II), cadmium Cd(II), chrome total Crtot, copper Cu(II), nickel Ni(II), zinc Zn(II), manganese Mn(II))

Chemical-Biological Remediation Approach. This process of chemical–biological integrated treatment is considered to be a highly economical and eco-friendly alternative to treat heavy metals containing wastewater.

Chemical-Biological Remediation Approach.

Проведены обзор и анализ существующих технологий по восстановлению токсичного хрома (6), попадающего в воду и почву с отходами алюминиевого завода, до практически безвредного хрома (3). Многие из этих технологий не освобождают полностью воду и почву. Многие из этих технологий не освобождают полностью воду и почву от хрома (6). Кроме того, они дороги. Цель работы выявить наиболее эффективную восстановительную технологию для хрома (6). Таковой оказалась технология, основанная на химическом методе (нанотехнология).

The presence of heavy metals such as Cr(VI) in the aquatic environment and their harmful effects on living organisms has emerged as one of the most serious environmental concerns world-wide. This book reports the technical feasibility of coconut shell waste, a low cost material from local agricultural waste, as well as zeolite, an inexpensive natural material for treatment of Cr(VI)-contaminated wastewater. The book contains insightful and novel ideas on how solid waste, an unused resource available in large quantities from local coconut industries, is able to be chemically modified in such a way that it could be further used as a low cost material adsorbent to remove toxic Cr(VI) from contaminated wastewater, thus improving environmental protection in the aquatic environment.