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    Trends Journal of Sciences Research 2021, 1(1), 9-22. http://doi.org/10.31586/wastewater101002
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    Abstract
    Among natural materials, clays occupy a prominent position being low cost, available in abundance, environmentally friendly, and having good adsorption properties. Bentonite, which has strong affinity towards cationic dyes such as methylene blue (MB) is able to remove dye effectively. It is very economical if the spent adsorbent can be
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    Among natural materials, clays occupy a prominent position being low cost, available in abundance, environmentally friendly, and having good adsorption properties. Bentonite, which has strong affinity towards cationic dyes such as methylene blue (MB) is able to remove dye effectively. It is very economical if the spent adsorbent can be recovered and reused for many cycles. Hence, this study investigated the ability of sodium persulfate (Na2S2O8) (SPS) to regenerate bentonite loaded with MB. The modification of raw bentonite with SPS was also investigated. The results showed that after added with SPS, the bentonite and MB adsorbed and flocculated together to form large flocs that were firm and compact. The process adsorption and flocculation was very efficient and equilibrium was reached within one hour. However, the modification of raw bentonite may not be a good option as the flocs formed were loose and less compact. High water retention of the flocs would cause disposal issue during dewatering process. The flocculation mechanism of MB-loaded bentonite can be explained in macroscopic and microscopic level. In macroscopic level, charge neutralization and bridge formation are the main mechanism while in microscopic level, increase in interlayer spacing and extensive cation exchange with MB are the one that contribute to flocs formation. Besides that, dimerization and trimerization also contribute to total MB adsorption which also allow bigger flocs formed. However, the ability of SPS to degrade MB adsorbed to bentonite through oxidation process does remain uncertain. Instead of regeneration, flocculation of MB-loaded bentonite upon addition of SPS occurred to remove the dye effectively. For reusability study, the MB-loaded bentonite can be used up to 3 cycles with percentage removal of 95%. Hence, SPS, as a flocculation promoting agent can be further studied and investigated, to be used in large scale in colour wastewater treatment.  Full article
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    Trends Journal of Sciences Research 2021, 1(1), 23-29. http://doi.org/10.31586/wastewater101003
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    Abstract
    Textile wastewater is considered as the most polluted of all industrial sectors, both from the amount produced and the effluent composition. Most of the previous researches concentrates on extracting dyes from water in a single solution. In real applications, the colored effluents contain more than one removable component. In this
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    Textile wastewater is considered as the most polluted of all industrial sectors, both from the amount produced and the effluent composition. Most of the previous researches concentrates on extracting dyes from water in a single solution. In real applications, the colored effluents contain more than one removable component. In this study, the adsorption of two textile dyes (Acid Red 1 and Brilliant Green) was investigated in a binary mixture. An adsorbent coating with zwitterionic interfaces was introduced as a new approach for wastewater treatment, named as zwitterionic adsorbent coating (ZwitAd). The derivative spectrophotometry for each dye was used to determine the precise wavelength. Consideration was given to the effect of pH, contact time, initial dye concentrations, and temperature. The findings show that the ZwitAd has a strong potential to simultaneously remove both dyes. Equilibrium was achieved within 300 min and to obtain a higher percentage removal of Acid Red Brilliant Green, ARBG, the optimal condition has been achieved. The higher percentage removal for AR1 and BG was reported at 92.14% and 90.18% respectively at 10BG-40AR (ppm) initial concentration.  Full article
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