Development of an Efficient Integrated System for Industrial Oily Wastewater Treatment
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This research investigated the efficiency of several treatment methods such as ultrafiltration membrane, photo-Fenton and adsorption process using biosorbents, individually and as a combined integrated system, for industrial oily wastewater treatment. Different oily wastewater qualities (petroleum refinery effluent, resultant effluent, canola oil effluent and synthetic oily wastewater) were used to understand and suggest a cost effective and efficient treatment technology.
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