Removal of surfactant from industrial wastewaters by coagulation flocculation process

@inproceedings{Aboulhassan2006RemovalOS,
  title={Removal of surfactant from industrial wastewaters by coagulation flocculation process},
  author={Mohamed A. Aboulhassan and Salah Souabi and Abdelrani Yaacoubi and Michel Baudu},
  year={2006}
}
Surfactants are among the most widely disseminated xenobiotics that contribute significantly to the pollution profile of sewage and wastewaters of all kinds. Among the currently employed chemical unit processes in the treatment of wastewaters, coagulation-flocculation has received considerable attention for yielding high pollutant removal efficiency. Jar-test experiments are employed in order to determine the optimum conditions for the removal of surfactants, COD and turbidity in terms of… CONTINUE READING

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