Textile Effluent Degradation by Photoelectrolytical Process
Methodologies used in textile effluents treatment consist in different ways: biological, chemical and physical-chemical. Thus, electrochemical and photochemical processes are promising such as an alternative or complementary treatment. Therefore, an experimental photoelectrolytic system was used to treat a simulated effluent containing Remazol Navy Blue dye (C.I. Reactive Blue 89). This photoelectrolytic reactor presented a commercial anode (70TiO2/30RuO2.) and an UVC lamp. The results demonstrated the treatment was able to degrade the dye in good cost-efficiency performance.
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