Water Sanitation

NaOCl, HOCl

ELECTROLYTIC EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT (e-ETP)/ELECTROLYTIC SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT(e-STP)

clock August 3, 2020 19:48 by author admin
Electrocoagulation-electroflotation (ECF) technology is a treatment process of applying electrical current to treat and flocculate contaminants without having to add coagulations. Shammas et al. stated that coagulation occurs with the current being applied, capable of removing small particles since direct current applied, setting them into motion. Also electrocoagulation could reduce residue for waste production. [More]


Waste Water Treatment by Electrolytic Method

clock June 15, 2020 16:56 by author admin
Treatment with electrochemical and chemical coagulation process. ... oxygen demand in effluent, it directly affects the soil fertility i.e., plant growth and seed ... pH of treated wastewater were modified with acid and base solution of H2SO4 [More]


ELECTROLYTIC EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT (e-ETP)

clock May 30, 2020 17:38 by author admin
Traditional wastewater treatments involve the addition of chemicals or the use of microorganisms to treat polluted water. However, in both processes, there is always a residue known as sludge. The sludge management and final disposal could represent up to 50% of the total wastewater treatment plant cost. Therefore, novel ways to deal with this issue should be developed. In this way, the use of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), in which the HO• radical production is favored, could represent an interesting option for treat wastewater with less or without sludge production. [More]


Application of e-ETP/e-STP

clock May 28, 2020 17:48 by author admin
The most general layout comprises two electrodes, operating as anode and cathode, connected to a power source. When an energy input and sufficient supporting electrolyte are provided to the system, strong oxidizing species are formed, which interact with the contaminants and degrade them. The refractory compounds are thus converted into reaction intermediates and, ultimately, into water and CO2 by complete mineralization [More]


Application of e-ETP/e-STP

clock May 28, 2020 17:48 by author admin
The most general layout comprises two electrodes, operating as anode and cathode, connected to a power source. When an energy input and sufficient supporting electrolyte are provided to the system, strong oxidizing species are formed, which interact with the contaminants and degrade them. The refractory compounds are thus converted into reaction intermediates and, ultimately, into water and CO2 by complete mineralization [More]