TREATMENT OF EMULSIFIED AND COLLOIDAL INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER USING A COMBINED ULTRAFILTRATION: CARBON ADSORPTION PROCESS.

Gerard J. Van Gils, Massoud Pirbazari, Sung Hyun Kim, Jacob Shorr

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Abstract

The character of wastewater generated by an industrial laundry is a function of the customer group served. The typical industrial laundry provides garments and dust control products to the heavy manufacturing industries, the electroplating and automotive industries, battery manufacturers, the service industries, newspapers, printers, auto garages, schools, commercial and retail businesses. This paper will describe the optimization of the treatment system through laboratory-scale testing of the following processes: 1) ultrafiltration; 2) activated carbon adsorption; and 3) pretreatment by coagulation and sedimentation. It will also describe the results of a pilot-plant study used to test the technical, economic, and practical efficacies of the system developed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference
Pages269-280
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 1985 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes

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Ultrafiltration
ultrafiltration
Laundries
Wastewater
adsorption
Adsorption
wastewater
Carbon
industry
carbon
Dust control
Industry
Electroplating
Coagulation
Pilot plants
Automotive industry
Sedimentation
coagulation
Activated carbon
activated carbon

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Waste Management and Disposal

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Van Gils, G. J., Pirbazari, M., Kim, S. H., & Shorr, J. (1985). TREATMENT OF EMULSIFIED AND COLLOIDAL INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER USING A COMBINED ULTRAFILTRATION: CARBON ADSORPTION PROCESS. In Proceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference (pp. 269-280)

TREATMENT OF EMULSIFIED AND COLLOIDAL INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER USING A COMBINED ULTRAFILTRATION : CARBON ADSORPTION PROCESS. / Van Gils, Gerard J.; Pirbazari, Massoud; Kim, Sung Hyun; Shorr, Jacob.

Proceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference. 1985. p. 269-280.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Van Gils, GJ, Pirbazari, M, Kim, SH & Shorr, J 1985, TREATMENT OF EMULSIFIED AND COLLOIDAL INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER USING A COMBINED ULTRAFILTRATION: CARBON ADSORPTION PROCESS. in Proceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference. pp. 269-280.
Van Gils GJ, Pirbazari M, Kim SH, Shorr J. TREATMENT OF EMULSIFIED AND COLLOIDAL INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER USING A COMBINED ULTRAFILTRATION: CARBON ADSORPTION PROCESS. In Proceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference. 1985. p. 269-280
Van Gils, Gerard J. ; Pirbazari, Massoud ; Kim, Sung Hyun ; Shorr, Jacob. / TREATMENT OF EMULSIFIED AND COLLOIDAL INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER USING A COMBINED ULTRAFILTRATION : CARBON ADSORPTION PROCESS. Proceedings of the Industrial Waste Conference. 1985. pp. 269-280
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