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TREATMENT OF TEXTILE WASTEWATER BY ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESSES - A REVIEW

@inproceedings{AlKdasi2004TREATMENTOT,
  title={TREATMENT OF TEXTILE WASTEWATER BY ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESSES - A REVIEW},
  author={Adel Al-Kdasi and Azni Idris and Katayon Saed and Chuah Teong Guan},
  year={2004}
}
The use of conventional textile wastewater treatment processes becomes drastically challenged to environmental engineers with increasing more and more restrictive effluent quality by water authorities. Conventional treatment such as biological treatment discharges will no longer be tolerated as 53% of 87 colours are identified as non-biodegradable. Advanced oxidation processes hold great promise to provide alternative for better treatment and protection of environment, thus are reviewed in this… 

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