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Color Removal of Real Textile Wastewater by Sequential Anaerobic and Aerobic Reactors

Oh You-Kwan    (Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute for Environmental Technology and Industry, Pusan National University   ); Kim Yu-Jin    (Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute for Environmental Technology and Industry, Pusan National University   ); Ahn Yeonghee    (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology   ); Song Seung-Koo    (Department of Chemical Engineering   ); Park Sunghoon    (Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute for Environmental Technology and Industry, Pusan National University  );
  • 초록

    Textile wastewater from the Pusan Dyeing Industrial Complex (PDIC) was treated utilizing a two-stage continuous system, composed of an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor and an activated Sludge reactor. The effects of color and organic leading rates were studied by varying the hydraulic retention time and influent glucose concentration. The maximum color load to Satisfy the legal discharge limit of color intensity in Korea (400 ADMI, unit of the American Dye Manufacturers Institute) was estimated to be 2,700 $ADMI{\cdot}L^{-1}\;day^{-1}$ . This study Indicates that the two-stage anaerobic/aerobic reaction system is potentially useful in the treatment of textile wastewater.


  • 주제어

    textile wastewater .   color removal .   anaerobic/aerobic treatment .   UASB.  

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