Wastewater recovery and reuse in industries requires all the basic steps of quality management. It should involve a comprehensive in plant survey of processes with wastewater generation, identification of recoverable streams, and treatment requirements for reuse. It should equally undertake evaluation of wastewater quality remaining after segregation of the recovered portion, with specific emphasis on technological implications of appropriate treatment and compliance with effluent limitations. In this study, all these factors were experimentally assessed and evaluated for a knit fabric processing textile plant.
A scientific approach to wastewater recovery and reuse in the textile industry
D. Orhon, F. Germirli Babuna, I. Kabdasli, F. G. Insel, Ö. Karahan, H. Dulkadiroglu, S. Dogruel, F. Sevimii, A. Yediler; A scientific approach to wastewater recovery and reuse in the textile industry. Water Sci Technol 1 June 2001; 43 (11): 223–231. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2001.0686
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