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Nowadays the treatment of wastewater is must due to modern Urbanization and Industrialization. We have a plenty of techniques to treat these kinds of wastewater. E ven though the conventional waste water cleaning pr ocesses literally outsmarted in treating a relative high am ount of pollutants, only a little amount of dye and oil were effectively treated so far, where which the treated effluent lacked the claimed purity in various stan dards. Membrane technology is one of the major and recent advanced techniques in the treatment methods. We have polyme ric, ceramic or ceramic incorporated polymeric types (Mi xed Matrix types) for a better filtration process i n wastewater management. Since a century, the phase inversed me mbranes are established as a predominant component in a regime of solid-liquid separations. It is proven th at if done with constant improvements in the materi al combinations and other required conditions such as temperature, setting time etc., it is possible to eradicate the lags inherent in the membranes of today. The work encompasses all th e details beginning with the ceramic incorporated p olymeric membrane preparation, its characterization and the test followed with the textile effluent samples to evaluate the efficiency of the formulated membrane highlighting its future prospects.
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Author(s): Umapriya R S Manisha Vidyavathy Arthanareeswaran and Aparna Vijayan
Textile effluent, Effluent treatment, Membrane Filtration, Nanofiltration, Ceramic membran, low cost mixed matrix membrane, wastewater treatmen