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Patent Title : A Method for Treatment of Coloured Wastewater
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The present invention relates to a method for treatment of coloured wastewater, characterized by the steps of conveying wastewater into a primary clarifier (110) to separate solids from liquids in the wastewater; conveying the wastewater from the primary clarifier (110) into an anaerobic reactor (130), wherein in the wastewater is circulated within the anaerobic reactor (130); collecting effluent from the anaerobic reactor (130) and conveying the effluent into an aerobic reactor (150); wherein the anaerobic reactor (130) and the aerobic reactor (150) each independently comprises a dye decolourizing bacteria mixture comprising of Enterococcus faecalis, Lysinibacillus fusiformis and Brevibacillus panacihumi in a ratio of 4:2:1; wherein the anaerobic reactor (130) and the aerobic reactor (150) each independently includes a biofilm medium for enhancing entrapment of the dye decolourizing bacteria; flowing the effluent from the aerobic reactor (150) into a secondary clarifier (170) for solids removal.
water quality, chemical treatment, dyeing industry
Color is often caused by dissolved organic matter, e.g. humic and fulvic acids (organic decomposition products from vegetation). It can also be a result of impurities of minerals such as iron and manganese.
The color level can often be a good indicator of the organic content of water. If color is caused by organic matter, there is often a relation between color intensity and the level of organic content. Reduced color, and hence reduction of the organic matter in the water, is therefore an important parameter to control to prevent damage to the industrial process.
Chemical coagulation is an effective method to reduce the color level of the raw water. Our in-depth knowledge from different types of water sources around the world will help you to solve your color problems.