Nowadays, textile units utilize a number of dyes, chemicals, reagents, and solvents to impart the desired quality to fabrics and generate a substantial quantity of effluents/contaminants, which cause severe environmental problems if disposed of without proper treatment. In view of several surveys carried out through research papers, books, technical articles, and general reports published in high-repute academic societies, this book provides a detailed narration of the acceptable techniques/methods for treatment of textile wastewater, such as active ozonation, membrane filtration, and adsorption. It discusses emerging and suitable treatment systems that are viable, efficient, and economical. In this context, it provides an array of several traditional as well as advanced treatment practices for textile effluents. Needless to say, this book is of immense use to global processors, academicians, and consultants engaged in wastewater treatment.
- Covers research-oriented descriptions of textile wastewater treatment that can be adopted by scientific communities, academicians, and undergraduate and postgraduate students of industrial engineering, materials science and engineering, physics, and chemistry
- Offers several interesting methodologies and aspects of current dimensional research through user-friendly contents/demonstrations/tables/figures
- Provides up-to-date literature on important and useful information for textile effluents, their impact on the environment, and advanced remediation processes