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Use of chemically modified sugarcane bagasse pith and pine sawdust for removal of colour from coolant effluent

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Environmental Engineering, Kolhapur Institute of Technology's College of Engineering (Autonomous), Kolhapur, MS, India
  • 2Department of Environmental Engineering, Kolhapur Institute of Technology's College of Engineering (Autonomous), Kolhapur, MS, India
  • 3Department of Environmental Engineering, Kolhapur Institute of Technology's College of Engineering (Autonomous), Kolhapur, MS, India

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 9, Issue (3), Pages 64-66, July,22 (2020)

Abstract

The present study aimed at preparation of chemically treated adsorbents from natural waste materials such as, sugarcane bagasse pith and pine sawdust. The experiment conducted by changing operating conditions as pH, contact time, dose of adsorbent. The agitation speed was constant and kept about 200rpm. This study revealed that, as the adsorbent dose was increased, the percentage of removal of colour was also greater than before. It was observed that the maximum removal of colour found between contact times of 90-120 min. The adsorbent materials used in the present study are found abundantly in local area and economic as well as effective.

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