Tratamiento de aguas residuales textiles a partir de métodos biológicos

  • G. D. Jojoa-Unigarro Ingeniero Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Medellín
  • H. L. Rodriguez-Zambrano Ingeniero Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Medellín
  • S. A. Cardona-Gallo PhD. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Medellín
Palabras clave: textil, remoción de color, depuración agua, métodos

Resumen

Este artículo evalúa el tren de tratamiento más adecuado para la remoción de colorantes de las aguas residuales de origen textil. Para ello se analizaron diferentes tecnologías como reactores de lecho empacado, de lecho fluidizado, rayos UV, sistema aerobios y anaerobios. Para poder determinar las ventajas y desventajas de cada tecnología, y poder establecer el esquema conceptual de tren de tratamiento.

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2015-06-30
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Jojoa-Unigarro, G. D., Rodriguez-Zambrano, H. L., & Cardona-Gallo, S. A. (2015). Tratamiento de aguas residuales textiles a partir de métodos biológicos. Revista CINTEX, 20(1), 11-34. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.pascualbravo.edu.co/index.php/cintex/article/view/28
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