WASTE WATER TREATMENT BY THE DUCOL PROCESS.

Emanuel Korngold, Naphthali C. Daltrophe, Yair Egozy

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Abstract

A new technique of ion exchange treatment for waste water was studied. The anion exchange resin was regenerated by lime according to the DUCOL Process. The cation exchange resin was also treated by lime release organic matter and regenerated by hydrochloric acid. Waters containing about 25 meg/lit inorganic salts and 200 mg/kit COD were treated. The effluent waters were neutral (pH similar 7. 6) with leakage of 2. 7 meg/lit, 26 mg/lit COD and contained only traces of organic nitrogen compound, ammonia nitrates and detergents. No fouling was observed throughout 23 cycles in which about 1000 bed volumes were treated.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 1 Jan 1976
EventProc of the Int Symp on Fresh Water from the Sea, 5th, Event of the Eur Fed of Chem Eng, 162nd, Alghero -
Duration: 16 May 197620 May 1976

Conference

ConferenceProc of the Int Symp on Fresh Water from the Sea, 5th, Event of the Eur Fed of Chem Eng, 162nd, Alghero
Period16/05/7620/05/76

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering (all)

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