alexa Abstract | The Treatment of Industrial Effluents for the Discharge of Textile Dyes Using by Techniques and Adsorbents
ISSN: 2165-8064

Journal of Textile Science & Engineering
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Nowadays, the extraction of textile dyes from the wastewater in industry becomes an environmental worldwide issue. Water contamination is a big threat of not only for state of the environment but human body causes some chronic diseases. Textile dyes are worn to several types of products by fabrication, for paper, leather, plastic and some products, used in human daily life. Despite of containing various hazardous chemicals into textile dyes, it is necessary to be discharged from effluents of waste-water of industry through treatment as quick as possible. A number of technologies of different processes are effectively carried out for the treatment of industrial waste water by removal of colors. A variety of textile dyes is having different chemical structure with different properties dealing with the activity of industrial reaction. By reviewing of effects of textile dyes such as toxicity and mutagenicity, bacteria and organism embedded a prologue of the expulsion of metals to the environment. Certainly, for the dominion of textile dyes removal, adsorption can be regarded as effective method used by activated carbon, bentonite clay as adsorbent for the wastewater treatment in industry. Predominantly, it is a critical review of literature conferred the removal of textile dyes for the treatment of industrial wastewater by using techniques, technologies, adsorbents thoroughly. Certainly, Adsorption is the sole and ultimate approach for removal of textile dyes through the industrial wastewater treatment. This literature shows the feasibility of minimum cost adsorbent in term of maximum outcome of industrial wastewater treatment for textile dyes removal.

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Author(s): Rahman F


Derivatives, Techniques, Processes, Adsorbents, Textile dyes, Derivatives, Techniques, Processes, Adsorbents, Textile dyes

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