Advanced treatment of coking wastewater by conventional and modified fenton processes

@article{Gl2013AdvancedTO,
  title={Advanced treatment of coking wastewater by conventional and modified fenton processes},
  author={D{\"u}nyamin G{\"u}çl{\"u} and Nazan Sirin and Serkan Şahinkaya and M. Faik Sevimli},
  journal={Environmental Progress \& Sustainable Energy},
  year={2013},
  volume={32}
}
Coking wastewater contains high a concentration of refractory and toxic compounds to be treated before being discharged into the environment. The water quality usually cannot meet the discharge limits after conventional biological treatment processes. This article initially investigated the treatability of coking wastewater with conventional and modified Fenton processes for advanced treatment of coking wastewater. Based on the experimental results, up to 86% of chemical oxygen demand (COD) and… 

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