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Methods of Removing Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewater

  title={Methods of Removing Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewater},
  author={Srinivas K. Lanka},
Methods for treating industrial wastewater containing heavy metals often involve technologies for reduction of toxicity in order to meet technology-based treatment standards. This article was focused on the recently developed and newly applicable various treatment processes for the removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater. Physico-chemical removal processes such as; adsorption on new adsorbents, ion exchange, membrane filtration, electrodialysis, reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration and… Expand

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