coagulant for textile waste treatment


by piuz98
Tags: coagulant, textile, treatment, waste
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Apr17-13, 10:25 PM
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I have problem waste water from textile production. Currently I am using aluminum sulfate, but the color can't be remove completely. I heard there have any polymer that can use as coagulant use to remove color without effect in pH.
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