Electro Coagulation Process:

Waste water to be treated is passed through the electrolytic reactor with electrodes and was subjected to coagulation and flotation by generating the ions forms the electrodes. These ions floating on the surface of wastewater after being captured by hydrogen gas bubbles are generated at cathode surfaces.

Electro Oxidation:

Electrochemical oxidation is based on the application of an electric current or a potential difference between two electrodes (anode and cathode), with which hydroxyl radicals or other oxidizing species can be generated, depending on the anode material used and the type of electrolyte of support used.