Removal of Heavy Metals Ions from Industrial Waste Waters
Ecological problms of electroplating production in the past 10–15 years have called wide attention of scientists and experts in industry. Due to unaccomplishment of technology in Russia and the CIS, about 1 billion cubic m of waste waters and about 50 thousand tons of metals: Cu, Ni, Zn, Cr, Al, Fe, Sn, etc. are being discharged annually by industrial enterprises.
KeywordsChemical Oxygen Demand Metal Hydroxide Industrial Enterprise Foreign Partner Initial Metal Concentration
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