effect of mg-sericite flocculant for treatment of brewery

effect of mg-sericite flocculant for treatment of brewery

Effect of Mg-sericite flocculant for treatment of brewery

The aim of this study was to investigate organic/inorganic matter removal using Mg-sericite flocculant in brewery wastewater. Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98–100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30 mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100 mg/L for COD, 50 mg/L for BOD, 30 mg/L for TN and NH 4-N and 20 mg/L for TP and PO 4-P.

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characterisation and coagulation performance of an inorganic

Characterisation and coagulation performance of an inorganic

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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optimization for microalgae harvesting using mg-sericite

Optimization for Microalgae Harvesting Using Mg-Sericite

In this study, Mg-Sericite was used as a flocculant to harvest freshwater microalgae, Chlorella. vulgaris. Mg-Sericite separated successfully >95% of the C. vulgaris at the following optimal parameters: Mg/Si mol ratio 1.25 to 1.50, mixing time of 20 min and settling time of 20 min. The harvesting efficiency was pH dependent. The highest harvesting efficiency (99±0.3%) was obtained at Mg/Si

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engineering application of mbr process to the treatment of

Engineering Application of MBR Process to the Treatment of

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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(pdf) performance evaluation of industrial brewery wastewater

(PDF) Performance Evaluation of Industrial Brewery Wastewater

Effect of Mg-sericite flocculant for . treatment of brewery wastewater. Appl. A laboratory scale anaerobic treatment process for brewery wastewater has been investigated. It utilised a

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application of methyl-esterified sericite for harvesting

Application of methyl-esterified sericite for harvesting

Effect of Mg-sericite flocculant for treatment of brewery wastewater Appl. Clay Sci. , 11 ( 2015 ) , pp. 145 - 149 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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optimization of coagulation/flocculation treatment of brewery

Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery

Simate et al. used flocculant based on carbon nanotubes and obtained the TBD removal efficiency of up to 60% in brewery effluent flocculation with initial TBD equal to 85 NTU and without any preliminary treatment. Compared with this study, the high efficiency achieved in this work is clear.

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response surface methodological analysis on the optimization

Response surface methodological analysis on the optimization

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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engineering application of mbr process to the treatment of

Engineering Application of MBR Process to the Treatment of

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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application of methyl-esterified sericite for harvesting

Application of methyl-esterified sericite for harvesting

Effect of Mg-sericite flocculant for treatment of brewery wastewater Appl. Clay Sci. , 11 ( 2015 ) , pp. 145 - 149 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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response surface methodological analysis on the optimization

Response surface methodological analysis on the optimization

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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the process modification of bathing wastewater treatment and

The Process Modification of Bathing Wastewater Treatment and

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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parametric study of a dyeing wastewater treatment by modified

Parametric study of a dyeing wastewater treatment by modified

COD and BOD in dyeing wastewater at the following optimal conditions: Mg–Sericite dosage of 40 mg/L, pH of 11, Mg/Sericite ratio of 1.5, settling time of 20 min, mixing time of 10 min and mixing rate of 100 rpm. The bioflocculant, Mg–Sericite, can be a promising flocculants due to its high efficiency and low dose requirements in dyeing

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sono-assisted electrocoagulation and cross-flow membrane

Sono-assisted electrocoagulation and cross-flow membrane

Effect of Mg-sericite flocculant for treatment of brewery wastewater Appl. Clay Sci. , 115 ( 2015 ) , pp. 145 - 149 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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h. choi | catholic kwandong university, gangneung

H. CHOI | Catholic Kwandong University, Gangneung

Mg-sericite flocculant successfully removed 98-100% of organic/inorganic substances in brewery wastewater at the following optimal Mg-sericite dosage: 30mg/L for turbidity and SS, 100mg/L for COD

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(pdf) performance optimization of coagulant/flocculant in the

(PDF) Performance optimization of coagulant/flocculant in the

Performance optimization of coagulant/flocculant in the treatment of wastewater from a beverage industry. Download.

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omparison on the effectiveness of hydrated alumunium sulfate

OMPARISON ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HYDRATED ALUMUNIUM SULFATE

The results showed that 20 mg/l of ferric chloride coagulants and flocculants in the treatment of brewery wastewater. Ferric chloride 2005) and fouling effect

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use of methyl esterified eggshell membrane for treatment of

Use of methyl esterified eggshell membrane for treatment of

Despite its high efficiency, flocculation requires a large quantity of chemicals and high cost. For example, the typical dose of ferric salt required for flocculation was >500 mg/L (Kim et al. 2015); and the cost of chitosan is $10–1,000 per kilogram, depending on the product quality (Mahe et al. 2015). However, MESM is an alternative

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application of hybrid material, modified sericite and pine

Application of hybrid material, modified sericite and pine

As shown for the MES and sericite analysis, the O, Si, K + and Mg 2+ contents of the MES were decreased by 5.51%, 3.67%, 1.46% and 0.49%, respectively, compared with sericite, while the Al 3+ and Fe 3+ in the MES increased 8.02% and 1.94%, respectively. The removal of nutrients and Chl-a onto MES-PNE was optimized for up to 95% as follows: 2

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parametric study of brewery wastewater effluent treatment

Parametric study of brewery wastewater effluent treatment

Therefore, the treatment and safe disposal of brewery wastewater have become important aspects in brewery operations . Typically, brewery wastewater treatment has included aerobic treatment and, more recently, anaerobic systems combined with aerobic treatment as attractive options for energy recovery and highly efficient nutrient removal.

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brewery wastewater treatment » ecologix systems

Brewery Wastewater Treatment » Ecologix Systems

Brewery Wastewater Treatment with DAF While the ingredients utilized during the brewing process is natural and may seem harmless, the resulting wastewater byproduct is difficult to treat as it contains high levels of TSS, BOD and COD, which can increase cost and hamper efficiency. Although breweries use ingredients such as hops and barley, the after effect requires a complex process to treat

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evaluation of opuntia ficus-indica potential as a natural

Evaluation of Opuntia ficus-indica potential as a natural

The treatment with negative effect was 10,000 mg/L and pH = 8. It was observed that with pH 11 it was possible to find removals close to 90% with the three doses. The model to explain the behavior of color removal in mezcal vinasse using ferric chloride showed an adjustment coefficient of 0.96 (Table S14).

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recent advances and perspectives in efforts to reduce the

Recent advances and perspectives in efforts to reduce the

Microbial flocculants are macromolecular substances produced by microorganisms. Due to its non-toxic, harmless, and biodegradable advantages, microbial flocculants have been widely used in various industrial fields, such as wastewater treatment, microalgae harvest, activated sludge dewatering, heavy metal ion adsorption, and nanoparticle synthesis, especially in the post-treatment process of

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performance evaluation of industrial brewery wastewater

Performance Evaluation of Industrial Brewery Wastewater

The brewing industry generates large amounts of wastewater which are released into surface water after treatment. The aim of this study is to evaluate the performance of the anaerobic treatment of brewery wastewaters in a UASB bioreactor containing activated sludge. After six-weeks operation, 30 samples were taken.

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