HOGLA LEAF AS A POTENTIAL BIO-ADSORBENT FOR THE TREATMENT OF REACTIVE DYES IN TEXTILE EFFLUENTS

  • Md. Abdul Khalque Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Shaikh Sayed Ahammed Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Saquib Ahmad Khan Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Md. Rabiul Awual RENESA, Japan
  • K. Ayaz Rabbani Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Md. Feisal Rahman Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Zoheb Mahmud Khan Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Md. Ekhtekharul Islam Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
  • Md. Lutfor Rahman Department of Environmental Science, School of Environmental Science & Management, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
Keywords: Bio-Adsorbent, Sunfix Yellow, Reactive Dye, Textile Wastewater, Hogla Leaf

Abstract

A new bio-adsorbent to remove reactive dyes from textile effluent was investigated in the present study. The adsorbent was the leaves of locally available hogla plant (Typha angustata). Initially, sunfix yellow, a reactive dye widely used in textile effluents, was used to check the removal efficiency in terms of contact time, pH of dye solution and adsorbent dosage. Complete removal (100%) of dye was achieved at adsorbent/dye ratio of 2300:1 at pH 10 with 180 minutes contact time. The adsorbent was then applied to deep colored, raw textile wastewater samples and it was found that 2.3 g of adsorbent was able to convert 100 mL of deep colored wastewater to transparent water at pH 10. Additionally, treatment by the adsorbent resulted in significant decreases in pH, BOD, COD, TS, TDS and TSS of wastewater, while improving the DO level.

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Published
2017-12-31
How to Cite
Khalque, A., Ahammed, S., Khan, S., Awual, R., Rabbani, K., Rahman, F., Khan, Z., Islam, E., & Rahman, L. (2017). HOGLA LEAF AS A POTENTIAL BIO-ADSORBENT FOR THE TREATMENT OF REACTIVE DYES IN TEXTILE EFFLUENTS . International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 4(12), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v4.i12.2017.128