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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 4 2006 Article A16 Biosorption of Combined Industrial Effluents using Phanerochaete Chrysosporium Ravindra Pogaku∗ Sripathi Kulkarni† ∗Osmania, dr ravindra@hotmail.com †University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, sri- pathi kulkarni@hotmail.com ISSN 1542-6580 Biosorption of Combined Industrial Effluents using Phanerochaete Chrysosporium Ravindra Pogaku and Sripathi Kulkarni Abstract The biosorption of eight different metals from aqueous solutions of combined industrial

chromatography-mass spectrometry”, Wat. Res., Vol. 34, (2000), pp. 3400–3412. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0043-1354(00)00089-0 [19] L. Lunar, S. Rubio, D. Perez-Bendito and C. Jimenez: “Identification of the main by-products of the developing agent N-hydroxyethyl-N-ethyl-3-methyl-pphenylenediamine in photographic effluents by liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry”, Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom., Vol. 16, (2002), pp. 1622–1630. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/rcm.764 [20] L. Lunar, S. Rubio and D. Perez-Bendito: “Ion trap LC/MS characterization of toxic polar organic pollutants in

Introduction One of the major challenges of the present day is the management of industrial wastewater ( 1 ). This is due to industrialization, highly urbanized societies and increasing population density ( 2 ). Rapid urbanization and industrialization have accelerated water pollution through disposal of heavy metals into the environment ( 3 ). These industries manufacture useful products and at the same time produce waste products in the form of solid, liquid and gas. The characteristics and quantities of industrial wastewater effluents discharged depend on the

Introduction The production and use of a large number of chemical substances involve their accumulation in the effluents at exit place of production and in the environment. The impact on the living organisms can appear important because of the direct or chronic toxicity of these substances or of the products of their degradation. Significant efforts are made for controlling the use and dissemination of the substances. Aquatic environments are among the most exposed, water being used as a natural solvent for many types of polluting substances or being able to

References Bogolitsyn, K., Soboleva, T. & Gusakova M. (2010). Scientific bases of environmental analytical control of pulp and paper production effluents. Yekaterinburg: UD RAS . Brovko, O., Gusakova M. & Lichutina T. (2008). Technical approach to the monitoring of the effluent, coming from pulp and paper enterprises. In The XIV International Symposium in the Field of Pulp, Paper, Packaging and Graphics (pp. 125−127). Serbia. Gusakova, M., Pochtovalova, A., Selivanova N. & Bogolitsyn K. (2009). Ecological and analytical aspects of the formation and evaluation of

. Effluent from the textile industry usually contains a high concentration of dyes and a variety of recalcitrant organic compounds. The characteristics of textile wastewater depend on the raw materials used, the processes involved, and various other factors. Synthetic dyes are extensively used for dyeing and printing in textile industries. There are more than 10,000 dyes with an annual production of more than 7×10 5 metric tonnes that are commercially available worldwide (Engin et al. 2008). It is estimated that approximately 15% of the dyestuffs are lost in industrial

ISSN 1203-8407 © 2011 Science & Technology Network, Inc. J. Adv. Oxid. Technol. Vol. 14, No. 1, 2011 47 Electrochemical Treatment of Segregated Effluents from the D-Stage in ECF Kraft Cellulose Bleaching Claudio A. Zaror*, Claudio Salazar, Esteban A. Araneda, María A. Mondaca, Héctor D. Mansilla, and Carlos Peña Chemical Engineering Department, University of Concepción, P.O. Box 160-C, Correo 3.Concepcion, Chile Abstract: Experimental results of electrochemical treatment of acid filtrate effluents from the first ClO2 stage (D0) of kraft cellulose ECF bleaching

involved in nutrients and conservation of ground water. Therefore, co-locating algae production with wastewater could make the cost of the biofuel and the level of environmental pollution much lower and this bioremediation also improves the thermodynamic cycle in a further more sustainable way [ 3 – 5 ]. Wastewater-based algae production has been obtaining tremendous attentions since 1960s [ 6 – 8 ] and has been extensively investigated by a number of researchers [ 9 – 11 ]. Like most wastewaters, anaerobic digested effluents (ADE), which are rich in organic carbon

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 5 2007 Review R2 Advances in Chemical Oxidation of Total Reduced Sulfur from Kraft Mills Atmospheric Effluents Catalin Florin Petre∗ Simon Piché† André Normandin‡ Faical Larachi∗∗ ∗Laval University, catalin-florin.petre.1@ulaval.ca †Laval University, simon.piche.1@ulaval.ca ‡Mesar/Environair Inc., andre.normandin@environair.com ∗∗Laval University, faical.larachi@gch.ulaval.ca ISSN 1542-6580 Advances in Chemical Oxidation of Total Reduced Sulfur from Kraft Mills Atmospheric Effluents Catalin Florin

Some aspects on biological treatment of bleached pulp effluents Bengt Boman and Bjorn Frostell, Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL), Stockholm, Sweden. Mats Ek* and Karl-Erik Eriksson, STFI, Swedish Pulp and Paper Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Keywords: Bleach plant, Effluents, Effluent treatment, Biological treatment, Chlorine compounds. SUMMARY: The amount of organically bound chlorine (measured as TOCl or AOX) in bleached pulp effluents has to be reduced. Both high and low molecular mass chlorinat- ed materials are expected to have