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Chemical Publishing Company to Release New Title Treatment of Textile Processing Effluents

October 17, 2013

Chemical Publishing Company to release new title Treatment of Textile Processing Effluents: N. Manivasakam, has written this new book with the intention to provide the textile processor, a clear picture of the effluents emerging from their industry, and to have a suitable treatment system that works efficiently and economically.

Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) October 17, 2013

Chemical Publishing Company to release new title Treatment of Textile Processing Effluents: N. Manivasakam, has written this new book with the intention to provide the textile processor, a clear picture of the effluents emerging from their industry, and to have a suitable treatment system that works efficiently and economically.

Treatment of Textile Processing Effluents

ISBN-13/EAN: 9780820601755

ISBN: 0820601756

Author: N. Manavasakam

Chemical Publishing

Book – Hardback

Pub Date: October, 2013

524 pages

This book is written with the intention to provide the textile processor, a clear picture of the effluents emerging from their industry, and to have a suitable treatment system that works efficiently and economically.

Part-I, deals with the characteristics and treatment of processing effluents. With separate chapters devoted to Cotton, Synthetic and Woollen based textiles.

Part-II, is devoted to describing treatment methods. Primary, secondary and tertiary treatments are thoroughly covered.

Part-III, Analysis of Textile Processing Effluents provides analytical procedures for the determination of various parameters. Starting from the general physico-chemial measurements, analytical procedures for the measurement of organic pollution (including BOD and COD), determination of non-metallics and metallic constituents are described in detail.

CONTENTS

Part – I. TREATMENT OF TEXTILE PROCESSING EFFLUENTS

Chapter – 1. Introduction

Chapter – 2. Characteristics of Cotton Textile Processing Effluents

Sizing

Desizing

Scouring

Bleaching

Mercerizing

Dyeing

Printing

Finishing

Combined Effluent

Chapter – 3. Treatment of Cotton Textile Processing Effluents

Desizing

Scouring

Bleaching

Mercerizing

Dyeing

Printing

Combined Effluent

Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Treatments

Primary Treatment

Secondary Treatment

Tertiary Treatment

Chapter – 4. Charactristics and Treatment of Synthetic Textile Processing Effluents

Process and Characteristics of Effluents

Treatment

Chapter – 5. Knit Fabric Finishing

Chapter – 6. Characteristics and Treatment of Woollen Textile Processing Effluents

Processes, Sources & characteristics of Effluents

Raw Wool Scouring

Weaving & Finishing Operations

Characteristics of Scouring Effluents

Characteristics of Effluents from Weaving & Finishing Operations Effects of Effluents

Treatment of Wool Processing Effluents

Primary Treatment

Secondary Treatment

Tertiary Treatment

Recovery of Valuable materials

Chapter – 7. Recent Trends in Textile Waste Water Management

Chapter – 8. Reduction of Pollution Load

Waste segregation

Recovery & Reuse of Sizes and Other Chemicals

Substitution of Low-Pollution Load Chemicals

Judicious use of chemicals

Process changes

Economy in Water use

Chapter – 9. Recovery and Reuse of Sizes, Dyes and Other Chemicals

Recovery of PVA and other Sizing agents

Caustic soda Recovery

Recovery of Dyes

Reuse of Ozonated Dyebath

Recovery of Other Valuable materials

Recovery of Heat

Chapter – 10. Recycling and Reuse of Waste Water

Chapter – 11. Conservation and Reuse of Water

Part – II. TREATMENT METHODS

Chapter – 12 Treatment Methods – An Introduction

Chapter – 13. Preliminary and Primary Treatments

Screening

Equalization

Neutralization

Neutralization of Acidic Wastes

Neutralization of Alkaline Wastes

Coagulation

Coagulants

Auxiliary chemicals

Flocculation – Aids

Coagulation & Flocculation Equipments

Merits & Demerits of Coagulation

Sedimentation

Floatation (Dissolved Air Floatation)

Chapter – 14. Secondary Biological Treatment

Activated Sludge Process

Trickling Filtration

Aerated Lagoons

Oxidation Ponds

Anaerobic Digestion

Sludge Disposal

Removal of Interfering Substances

Chapter – 15. Tertiary Treatment

Multimedia Filtration

Chemical Coagulation

Chemical Precipitation

Disinfection

Ozonation

Activated Carbon Adsorption

Membrane Technology

Dialysis / Electro Dialysis

Evaporation

Chapter – 16. Advanced Methods for the Treatment of Textile Processing Waste Water

Advanced Oxidation Processes

Ozone Treatment

Adsorption

Membrane Technology

Dialysis / Electrodialysis

Ion Exchange

Evaporation

Crystallization

Freezing

Some Patented Technics for Color Removal

Bio-mass based Technologies

Cutting-EdgeTreatment Methods

Chapter – 17. Advanced Oxidation Processes

Non-Photo chemical Methods

Ozonation

Ozone/Hydrogen Peroxide Process

Fenton Method

Homogeneous Photochemical Oxidation Processes

Vacuum-UV Photo Oxidation

UV and Ozone

UV and Hydrogen Peroxide

UV, Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide

Photo Fenton Method

Heterogeneous Photochemical Oxidation Processes

Chapter – 18. Ozone Treatment

Reactions of Ozone in Waste Water Treatment

Oxidative Reactions and Color Removal

BOD Reduction

Sludge Reduction

Advancements in Ozone Treatment

Chapter – 19. Activated Carbon Adsorption

Chapter – 20. Membrane Technology

Micro Filtration

Ultra Filtration

Nano Filtration

Reverse Osmosis

Disc and Tube Module

Membrane Bio-Reactors

Part – III. ANALYSIS OF TEXTILE PROCESSING EFFLUENTS

Chapter – 21 Purpose of Examination

Chapter – 22. Collection of Waste Water samples

Chapter – 23. Recording of Results

Chapter – 24. Analytical Methods – Important Notes

Chapter – 25. Parameters to be determined on Textile Processing Effluents

Chapter – 26. General Physico-Chemical Measurements

26-1. Color & Physical Appearance

26-2. Odor

26-3. Temperature

26-4. pH Value

26-5. Suspended Solids

26-6. Dissolved Solids

26-7. Settleable Solids

Chapter – 27. Measurement of Organic Pollution

27-1. Dissolved Oxygen

27-2. Bio-chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)

27-3. Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)

27-4. Permanganate Value

27-5. Ammonia Nitrogen

27-6. Organic Nitrogen

27-7. Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen

Chapter – 28. Inorganic Constituents – Non Metallics

28-1. Acidity

28-2. Alkalinity

28-3. Chloride

28-4. Nitrate

28-5. Nitrite

28-6. Phosphate

28-7. Sulfide

Chapter – 29. Inorganic Constituents – Metals

29-1. Calcium + Magnesium

29-2. Calcium

29-3. Magnesium

29-4. Sodium

29-5. Potassium

29-6. Percent Sodium

29-7. Chromium

Chapter – 30. Miscellaneous Determination

30-1. Boron

30-2. Chlorine

30-3. Oils & Grease

30-4. Phenols

30-5. Surfactants

Appendix

Index

About Chemical Publishing Company

Established 1934, is one of the oldest established publishers of trade, technical, chemical specialty, green-space and sustainability books and publications for consumer, academic, large business and trade associations worldwide.

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