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Front. Environ. Sci. Eng.    2017, Vol. 11 Issue (1) : 8     https://doi.org/10.1007/s11783-017-0899-5
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Adsorption in combination with ozonation for the treatment of textile waste water: a critical review
Shraddha Khamparia1(),Dipika Kaur Jaspal2
1. Symbiosis Centre for Research and Innovation, Symbiosis International University, Lavale, Pune-412115, India
2. Symbiosis Institute of Technology, A Constituent of Symbiosis International University, Lavale, Pune-412115, India
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Abstract

A combination of adsorption with ozonation proved best for dye removal.

Toxicity of the textile effluents can be remarkably reduced by combined method.

Wide scope for choice of natural materials for treatment of textile dyes.

Intrusion of synthetic textile dyes in the ecosystem has been recognized as a serious issue worldwide. The effluents generated from textiles contain large amount of recalcitrant unfixed dyes which are regarded as emerging contaminants in the field of waste water study. Removal of various toxic dyes often includes diverse and complex set of physico-chemical, biological and advanced oxidation processes adopted for treatment. Adsorption in itself is a well-known technique utilized for treatment of textile effluents using a variety of adsorbents. In addition, ozonation deals with effective removal of dyes using high oxidising power of ozone. The review summarizes dye removal study by a combination of ozonation and adsorption methods. Also, to acquire an effective interpretation of this combined approach of treating wastewater, a thorough study has been made which is deliberated here. Results asserts that, with the combined ability of ozone and a catalyst/adsorbent, there is high possibility of total elimination of dyes from waste water. Several synthetically prepared materials have been used along with few natural materials during the combined treatment. However, considering practical applicability, some areas were identified during the study where work needs to be done for effective implementation of the combined treatment.

Keywords Adsorption      Ozonation      Catalytic Ozonation      Textile dyes      Mineralization     
Corresponding Author(s): Shraddha Khamparia   
Issue Date: 06 January 2017
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Shraddha Khamparia,Dipika Kaur Jaspal. Adsorption in combination with ozonation for the treatment of textile waste water: a critical review[J]. Front. Environ. Sci. Eng., 2017, 11(1): 8.
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references catalyst /adsorbent dyes color removal /% COD removal /% time /min pH catalyst dosage O3 dosage initial dye conc. TOC
Orge et al. [31] Mesoporous carbon materials and carbon zerogels reactive blue 5/ cibracon blue BR, acid blue 115/ Eryonil navy R 100 100 15 natural pH of dye 350 mg 50 g? Nm-3 @ 150 cm3 ?min-1 100 mg?L-1 -
Arslan-Alaton and Seremet [36] GAC Biotreated effluent - - - 7 and 9 10 g?L-1 675 mg?L-1 - -
Faria et al. [42] AC CI acid blue 113, CI reactive red 241 and CI basic red 14 and real effluent 100 - 15 8.5 300 mg 2.15 mg?min-1 @ 285 cm3?min-1 - 22.3
Arslan-Alaton [43] GAC, Fe(II) textile dye bath - - - 3 Fe(II) 56 mg?L-1 0.7 mg - -
Liu and He [44] AC low concentration dyeing effluent ~100 80 - - - - - -
Soares et al. [45] AC bed real and biotreated effluent >90 - - 7 20 g 50 g? Nm-3 50 mg?L-1 >30
Lei et al. [46] GAC highly concentrated real industrial wastewater - 91 60 12 30 g 60 L?h-1 - -
Gao et al. [47] MnO2 + kaolin Methylene blue 98.9 88.3 10 11 2 g (MnO2), 10 g (Kaolin) 2.5 g?h-1 0.3 g?L-1 -
Beak et al. [48] Mn, AC acid red 27 100 - 20 3.4 - 0.80 mg?h-1 42.30 mg?L-1 -
Konsowa et al. [49] GAC real effluent and Drimarene red CL-3B ~100 - 8-20 Alka. - 17.05 g?m-3 @100 L?h-1 150-600ppm -
Huang et al. [50] Co/AC, Cu/AC, Fe/AC, Mn/AC Methylene blue 100 - 20 7 1.6 g 1.5 L?min-1 1400 mg?L-1 80.39
He et al. [51] Fe-Mn-O GAC reactive black 5 100 - 60 7 5 g?L-1 100 mg?L-1 200 mg?L-1 74.7
Oguz et al. [52] PAC 1:2 metal complex dye stuff 99 96 30 9.3 4 g 164.4 mg?min-1 1000 ppm -
Tab.1  Researches considering comparison between Adsorption, Ozonation and their combination
references catalyst dyes color removal/% COD removal/% time /min TOC removal /% pH catalyst dosage O3 dosage initial color conc.
Avramescu et al. [39] metal oxides acid red 88 100 68 ~20 64 11 2 g?L-1 20 L?h-1 500 mg?L-1
Feng et al. [62] saturated AC Biotreated effluent - - - - - - - -
Wu et al. [63] AC from brewing yeast by sodium carbonate activation and AC suppoted by cobalt Methylene blue - - 120 - 6 0.8 g 65 mg?L-1 @ 0.3 m3?h-1 1000 mg?L-1
Gul et al. [64] GAC reactive red 194 and reactive yellow 145 >95 - 30 50 6.5 30 g?L-1 28 mg? min-1 @ 0.8 l min-1 100 mg?L-1
Gholami-Borujeni et al. [65] GAC basic blue 9 95 - 5 48 10 2g?L-1 2.66 g?h-1 1500 ADMI
Pachhade et al. [66] metal ions procion red MX-5B 100 94 15 - 11 1.0 g?L-1 260 mg?h-1 @ 75 L?h-1 250 mg?L-1
Wu et al. [67] MnO2 C.I. reactive red 2 and C.I. acid orange 6 >90 - 120 - - 3 g 500 mL?min-1 40 ppm
Li et al. [68] Cu-Mn/Al2O3 acid red B 99.35 20 54.38 8.3 4 g?L-1 4.26 mg?min-1 250 mg?L-1
Khuntia et al. [69] metal ions congo red 99 - 20 83 3 0.2 mM 1.7 mg?s-1 10 mg?L-1
Mehta et al. [70] metal oxide reactive black 5 99 - 60 - 7 - - -
Wu et al. [71] Fe loaded AC crystal violet >96 57 30 - 7 2.5 g?L-1 4.44 mg?min-1 @ 300 mL?min-1 400 mg?L-1
Polat et al. [72] Per fluoro octyl alumina real waste water 75.1 40.2 - 34.8 10 300 g 0.9±1 mmol?L-1 gas -
Sun et al. [73] Mn-Fe-ceramic honeycomb reactive dye 98.5 - 60 - 6.92 2.87-3.26 g 2.0 g?h-1 200 mg?L-1
Asgari et al. [74] bone char reactive black 5 ~100 - 40 - 10 - 5g?h-1 @ 4 L?min-1 -
Liu et al. [75] Fe–Cu–O catalyst acid red B >90 70 60 - 6.8 1 g?L-1 30 mg?min-1 200 mg?L-1
Orge et al. [76] Lanthanum-based perovskites C.I. reactive blue 5 ~100 - 15 ~100 5.5 - 50 g?m-3 @ 150 cm3?min-1 50 mg?L-1
Hassan and Hawkyard [77] AC, hydrated alumina and ferric oxide supported on Si simulated and real effluent >89 - 1.66 - 4 100 mg?dm-3 1.756 g?h-1 @ 24 dm3?h-1 120 mg? dm-3
Faria et al. [78] AC, cerium oxide and a ceria-AC composite C.I. reactive blue 5, C.I. acid blue 113 and C.I. reactive yellow 3 100 - 10 85 5-6 350 mg 50 g?Nm-3 @ 150 cm3?min-1 50 mg?L-1
Pirgalıoglu and Ozbelge [79] powdered copper sulphide (CuS) acidic red 151, Remazol brilliant blue-R and reactive black-5 - - 80 >90 10 0.1 g?L-1 115 mg?min-1 L-1 100 mg?L-1
Chen et al. [80] recyclable magnetic catalyst reactive black 5 100 - 5 94.3 3 0.1 g?L-1 20 mg?L-1 @ 2.4 L?min-1 50 mg?L-1
Zhu et al. [81] reusable catalyst chip basic yellow 87 99 60 30 240 6.6 10.6875 g 500 ppm @ 0.5 L?min-1 216 ppm
Lu et al. [82] MgFe2O4 acid orange II >90 - 40 48.1 4.6-9.6 0.1 g?L-1 5.0 mg?L-1 @ 0.1 L?min-1 50 mg?L-1
Moussavi and Mahmoudi [83] MgO nanocrystals reactive red 198 100 61 9 - 8 5 g?L-1 0.2 g?h-1 200 mg?L-1
Pugazhenthiran et al. [84] Au-Bi2O3/Bi2O3 nanocatalysts acid orange 10 - - 30 47 ~5.8 1 g?L-1 2 mg?L-1 1 mM
Zhang et al. [85] (Fe0-CNTs) Methylene blue 100 - 16 89 3 and 9 13.6 mg 5 g?h-1 @ 5 L?min-1 0.025 mM
Qu et al. [86] Carboxylated carbon nanotubes Indigo 100 - 20 35.1 4 8 mg?L-1 140.6 mg?L-1 @ 36 mL?min-1 100 mg?L-1
Hu et al. [87] carbon aerogel supported with copper oxide C.I. reactive black 5 85 57 60 - 10.6 1 g 4.0 mg?min-1 800 mg?L-1
Tab.2  Catalytic Ozonation method for treatment of textile dyes
references catalyst dyes color removal /% time /min TOC removal /% pH Ads. dosage O3 dosage initial dye conc.
Dong et al. [90] natural mineral Brucite brilliant red X-3B 89 15 - 9-10 0.50 g 0.30 mg?min-1 500 mg?L-1
Valdes et al. [91] volcanic sand Methylene Blue 70 50 - 8 50 g?dm-3 6 mg?dm-3 30 mg?dm-3
Gul et al. [92] AC derived from olive stone (ACOS) and apricot stones (ACAS) reactive red 195 90.4 (ACOS) & 91.3 (ACAS) 2 - 11 ACOS (1 g?L-1)
ACAS (3 g?L-1)
8 g?min-1 100 mg?L-1
Valdes et al. [93] natural Zeolite Methylene blue 70 33 - 8 15 g?L-1 6 mg?L-1 30 mg?L-1
Valdes et al. [88] natural Zeolite Methylene blue 70 3.33 - Alka. 15 g?dm-3 125 × 10-6 M 94 × 10-6 M
Valdes et al. [94] acid-treated natural Zeolite Methylene blue 70 - - Alka. 15 g?dm-3 125 × 10-6 M 94 × 10-6 M
Taseidifar et al. [95] modified natural magnetite basic blue 3 93.47 21 - 6.7 600 mg?L-1 0.3 g?L-1 90 mg?L-1
Moussavi, and Khosravi [96] Biochar from Pistachio hull biomass reactive red 198 100 60 71 10 2 g?L-1 1.5 mg?min-1 100 mg?L-1
Reddy et al. [97] AC derived from Rice husk Methylene blue 92 75 - 8-10 0.1 g - 30 mg?L-1
Torres-Blancas et al. [98] Fe derived from deoiled Pimenta dioica L. Merrill husk indigo carmine ~100 20 76 3 1000 mg?L-1 0.005 g?dm-3 1000 mg?L-1
Tab.3  Natural materials used during Catalytic Ozonation treatment for removal textile dyes
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