How to treat Textile waster water ?
Treating Textile wastewater involves a multi-step process.
First, the wastewater must be pretreated to remove any large particles or contaminants. This can be done through mechanical filtration, sedimentation, or other processes.
Once pretreated, the wastewater is then exposed to water decoloring agent. This is typically an organic compound that binds to the color-causing molecules in the wastewater, resulting in a colorless liquid. The decoloring agent is usually added in liquid form.After the decoloring agent has been added, the wastewater is then filtered to remove the decoloring agent and any residual color-causing molecules.
Finally, the wastewater is then passed through disinfection processes to ensure its safe release into the environment.