Rice Byproducts as Sustainable Adsorbents for Textile Waste Water After-Treatment: A Comprehensive Review

Authors : F M Sazzad Hossain

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 10 - October

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10003125

The Textile Industry stands as a global leader, intricately interwoven with the environment on multiple fronts. Of grave concern is the impact of textile wastewater, particularly its devastating consequences on aquatic life and flora. Textile wastewater harbours a spectrum of contaminants, both organic and inorganic, including dyes, suspended and dissolved solids, and toxic metals. Scientists are diligently pioneering innovative methods for purifying textile wastewater through post- treatment processes before its release into aquatic ecosystems. Commonly employed methods encompass coagulation-flocculation, adsorption, and membrane filtration. However, the operation of Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) using these methods can escalate costs due to the procurement of essential chemicals. A sustainable and cost-effective avenue emerges by leveraging agricultural byproducts as adsorbents in wastewater treatment. This review article is focused on the purification of textile wastewater using modified rice byproducts, such as husk, husk ash, and straws, as adsorbents.

Keywords : Water, Dyes, Environment, Textile, Rice Husk.


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