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Comparative Assessment (Qualitative and Quantitative) of Industrial Wastewater from Different Units of Fabric Processing Unit

Santosh Vani S.V, Pankaj Kumar Sharma, Abhishek Nandan, Nihal Anwar Siddiqui

Abstract


Abstract
Water, a natural resource, has been under severe stress due to increased consumption that followed industrialization. There is a greater need to optimize, reuse, recycle and treat the industrial and domestic wastewater as far as possible. In a wet processing industry in India, average consumption of water is about 45–80 liter per kg of fabric. Fabric processing unit of textile industry have varied effluents discharged from its machines that range from total dissolved solids as low as 200 ppm to 210000 ppm from a dye machine. This work is an attempt to assess industrial wastewater from different machines of a wet processing textile unit to further optimize the volume based on characteristics and increase the treatment efficiency.

Keywords: Waste water, textile industry, fabric processing, optimization

 

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Santosh Vani S.V. Pankaj Kumar Sharma, Abhishek Nandan et. al.Comparative Assessment (Qualitative and Quantitative) of Industrial Wastewater from Different Units of Fabric Processing Unit.Journal of Water Pollution & Purification Research. 2017; 4(3): 1–9p.


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