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UV-OXIDATIVE TREATMENT OF BIO-REFRACTORY ORGANIC HALOGENS IN LEACHATE: Comparison Between UV/O3, UV/H2O2, and UV/H2O2/O3 Processes
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 11, Issue 2,  2006, pp.84-90
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2006.11.2.084
 Title & Authors
UV-OXIDATIVE TREATMENT OF BIO-REFRACTORY ORGANIC HALOGENS IN LEACHATE: Comparison Between UV/O3, UV/H2O2, and UV/H2O2/O3 Processes
Qureshi, Tahir Imran; Kim, Young-Ju;
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 Abstract
UV-catalytic oxidation technique was applied for the treatment of bio-refractory character of the leachate, which is generally present in the form of adsorbable organic halogens (AOX). Destruction of AOX was likely to be governed by pH adjustment, quantitative measurement of oxidants, and the selection of oxidation model type. Peroxide induced degradation () facilitated the chemical oxidation of organic halides in acidic medium, however, the system showed least AOX removal efficiency than the other two systems. Increased dosage of hydrogen peroxide (from 0.5 time to 1.0 time concentration) even did not contribute to a significant increase in the removal rate of AOX. In ozone induced degradation system (), alkaline medium (pH 10) favored the removal of AOX and the removal rate was found 11% higher than the rate at pH 3. Since efficiency of the increases with the increase of pH, therefore, more OH-radicals were available for the destruction of organic halides. UV-light with the combination of both ozone and hydrogen peroxide ( 0.5 time/ 25 mg/min) showed the highest removal rate of AOX and the removal efficiency was found 26% higher than the removal efficiency of . The system got the economic preference over the other two systems since lower dose of hydrogen peroxide and relatively shorter reaction time were found enough to get the highest AOX removal rate.
 Keywords
UV-catalytic treatment;AOX;Hydrogen peroxide;Ozone;
 Language
English
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