IJMTES – POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF CELLULOSIC WASTE FOR REMOVAL OF REACTIVE BLUE DYE

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF  CELLULOSIC WASTE FOR REMOVAL OF REACTIVE BLUE DYE  

Author’s Name : Sushma Dave | Neetu Dabi unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 12 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 114-117

Abstract – Recently the abundance of cellulosic agricultural waste materials has become a major source for significant adsorbent for organic pollutants. Removal of color from waste water has been a matter of concern from both point of views aesthetic and health and it is matter of attention because textile effluents have been reported as potential toxic agents. Removal of dyes from wastewater thus needs promising techniques such as use of adsorbents of various categories as an alternative to various expensive techniques. From a comprehensive literature review, it was found that some these absorbents have broad accessibility; have fast kinetics and substantial adsorption capacities. Literature also revealed the advantages and disadvantages of adsorbents, favorable conditions for particular adsorbate–adsorbent systems, and comparison of adsorption capacities of available adsorbents. Agricultural waste material being highly efficient, low cost and renewable source of biomass can be exploited for heavy metal remediation. The present study is about the preliminary effort for   use of carbonized orange peel  for removal of  colorants in effluent waters  as a effect of  pH ,dye concentration, size and contact time  of adsorbant for the removal of dyes from wastewater. 

Keywords— Reactive Blue,Lime Peel ,Carbonization

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