Treatment of chitin-producing wastewater by micro-electrolysis-contact oxidization
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The technique of micro-electrolysis-contact oxidization was exploited to treat chitin-producing wastewater. Results showed that Fe−C micro-electrolysis can remove about 30% CODcr, raise pH from 0.7 to 5.5. The CODcr removal efficiency by biochemical process can be more than 80%. During a half year's operation, the whole system worked very stably and had good results, as proved by the fact that every quality indicator of effluent met the expected discharge standards; which means that chitin wastewater can be treated by the technique of micro-electrolysis, contact oxidization.
Key wordsChitin-producing wastewater Wastewater treatment Micro-electrolysis Contact oxidization
CLC numberX52 X131
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