tertiary treatment

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The main purpose of tertiary treatment is:

  • colour removal;
  • hard COD and suspended solids reduction.

The following are the most frequently used techniques:

  • coagulation-flocculation with the negative impact of additional costs for reagents and processing additional sludge output;
  • ozonation or ozonation followed by the BIOFOR (Oxyblue) which presents a number of advantages:
    • compactness;
    • high efficiency;
    • little or no sludge production;
    • when ozone is produced from pure oxygen, the excess oxygen is recovered and re-injected into the biological aeration tank, thus reducing aeration power consumption.
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Figure 50. General treatment scheme for the textile industry, with thorough colour removal

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