Treatment of Effluents from Hemp Based Pulp and Paper Industry I Waste Characterization and Physico chemical Treatability

1993-10-15
Dilek, Filiz Bengü
Gökçay, Celal
This study was conducted to determine the wastewater characteristics as well as the treatment alternatives for the Tafkopru Pulp and Paper Mill in Turkey. The physico-chemical treatability study was conducted by standard Jar-test equipment. The highest COD removal efficiency obtained was 96% for the paper machine, 50% for the alkali extraction and 20% for the bleaching effluents by using alum as coagulant. The colour removal efficiency was around 80% for the alkali extraction effluents. This study was conducted to determine the wastewater characteristics as well as the treatment alternatives for the Tafkoeprue Pulp and Paper Mill in Turkey. The physico-chemical treatability study was conducted by standard Jar-test equipment. The highest COD removal efficiency obtained was 96% for the paper machine, 50% for the alkali extraction and 20% for the bleaching effluents by using alum as coagulant. The colour removal efficiency was around 80% for the alkali extraction effluents.

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F. B. Dilek and C. Gökçay, “Treatment of Effluents from Hemp Based Pulp and Paper Industry I Waste Characterization and Physico chemical Treatability,” Athens, Greece, 1993, vol. 29, p. 161, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: 0.