Environment Protection and sustainability has been a major challenge thrown by rapid industrialization. High level of COD effluent water streams from such source significant harm in human consumption as well as aquatic life. It is very important to use such a treatment process is low cost and sustainable. A number of conventional treatment technologies have been considered for treatment of wastewater such as coagulation process, membrane filtration and oxidation process. These methods are generally expensive. Among them, adsorption process is found to be the most effective method. Adsorption process is gaining interest as one of the effective processes of advanced wastewater treatment for industrial effluent. In case we are using adsorption process for water treatment purpose presently Activated carbon is most widely used as adsorbent, but it is found to be quite expensive. Inexpensive adsorbents like Activated lignite has considered for detailed studies with respect to their performance in treating different waste water streams from effluent. The objective of this work is to study sustainable process which benefit for small and large scale industry by using low cost adsorbent like Activated lignite for remove organic pollutants from water. The results of COD reduction are fitted into different models available in literature which requires least experimentation for predicting COD values.
Activated carbon, COD, Activated Lignite, Waste water
Sunil A Valand , Sarthak M Shah , Devesh K SIngh , Shrinivas Mundkar "Comparison Of COD Removal From Textile Waste Water By Using Activated Carbon & Activated Lignite" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 2 Issue 7 2019 Page 101-105
Sunil A Valand , Sarthak M Shah , Devesh K SIngh , Shrinivas Mundkar "Comparison Of COD Removal From Textile Waste Water By Using Activated Carbon & Activated Lignite" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 2(7)