Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Hsu, Chung-Jung URN etd-10132010-020057 Title The removal of phenols from oily wastewater by chlorine dioxide Degree Master of Science Department Environmental Engineering Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Randall, Clifford W. Committee Chair Cox, Henry W. Committee Member Novak, John T. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 1988-02-05 Availability restricted AbstractTreatability studies were performed on oily wastewaters produced by petroleum and canning industries.
Chlorine dioxide was used for the removal of phenolic compounds from these oily wastewaters. Most of phenolic compounds can be destroyed by chlorine dioxide within 15 minutes if CI02-to-phenol ratios of higher than 5.0 are provided. Factors such as pH, temperature, and COD have little effect on phenol removal.
The effectiveness of chlorine dioxide treatment depends critically on the performance of the chlorine dioxide generator. High yields of chlorine dioxide generation can be achieved by maintaining the pH between 2.5 and 3.5, and by controlling the concentration of feed chemicals. For small treatment plants, chlorine dioxide treatment may be an economical process because no expensive equipment is required.
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