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Research Article Open Access
This research work focuses on the utilization of tea bag waste of some commercial teas as a precursor for the production of an adsorbent for the removal of chromium ions from tannery waste effluent. The tea bag waste was chemically activated with 1.0 M sulfuric acid to produce the adsorbent. Nearly 100% removal of chromiumfrom real tannery waste water is achieved with the activated tea bag waste adsorbents.
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Author(s): Isah U A and Lawal M
Chromium, Effluent, Tea bag waste, Adsorption, Tea bag waste