MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER PURIFICATION BY ION EXCHANGE AND ADSORPTION METHODS.

J. Hlavay, Klara Foldi-Polyak, Janos Inczedy

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Laboratory experiments were carried out for removal of ammonium and phosphate ions from simulated wastewater by ion exchange and adsorption methods. Natural Hungarian zeolite containing about 56-58% clinoptilolite as ion exchanger and activated alumina as adsorbent were used. Depending on the influent NH//4** plus and PO//4**3** minus concentrations different ion exchange and adsorption capacities were achieved. Regeneration of the spent ion exchanger and adsorbent was accomplished by use of 10 g/dm**3 NaCl solution and 1 M NaOH solution, respectively. Based on the results of several exhaustion-regeneration cycles a pilot-plant scale study is suggested for successive removal of NH//4** plus and PO//4**3** minus ions after biological treatment of municipal wastewater.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)318
Number of pages1
JournalReactive polymers. Ion exchangers, sorbents
Volume7
Issue number2-3
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1986

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Ion exchangers
Ion Exchange
Waste Water
Adsorbents
Adsorption
Purification
purification
ion exchange
Ion exchange
Wastewater
regeneration
Activated alumina
Ions
adsorption
Zeolites
wastewater
clinoptilolite
ion
Pilot plants
zeolite

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MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER PURIFICATION BY ION EXCHANGE AND ADSORPTION METHODS. / Hlavay, J.; Foldi-Polyak, Klara; Inczedy, Janos.

In: Reactive polymers. Ion exchangers, sorbents, Vol. 7, No. 2-3, 01.1986, p. 318.

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