Characterization of technologies applied to textile industrial water treatment

Advances in research on the effect of certain pollutants, stricter environmental standards, and economic factors have generated new technologies. With the use of new treatment systems, in some industries practices such as waste storage and confinement have been left, which from the point of view of...

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Autores Principales: Hernández Larrotta, Iván Yesid, Muñoz Higuera, Susana Patricia
Formato: Artículo revisado por pares
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2018
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10901/18332
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Sumario:Advances in research on the effect of certain pollutants, stricter environmental standards, and economic factors have generated new technologies. With the use of new treatment systems, in some industries practices such as waste storage and confinement have been left, which from the point of view of environmental preservation and protection of human health are by no means recommended (Garcés Giraldo & Peñuela Mesa, 2007, p.25). That being said, this research sought to generate a coherent and effective information base when it comes to requiring the choice of a treatment option for wastewater from the textile industry. To this end, a review was made of 25 documents from which information relevant to the case was extracted, such as variables that affect the different treatments. Following this bibliographic review, the analysis of the relationship and affectation of variables with the different types of treatment was carried out. to conclude in the characterization of the treatments found and the suggestion of the best treatment for this type of wastewater.