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Characterization of a Synthetic Zeolite P as a Heavy Metal Bonding Agent

T. Erwe, V. Mavrov, and H. Chmiel

Department of Process Technology, Saarland University, D-66123 Saarbr├╝cken

 

E-mail: t.erwe@mx.uni-saarland.de

Received: 4 April 2002

Abstract: A new treatment process aimed at water and metal reuse was developed for the selective separation of heavy metals from wastewater to reduce costs and mitigate the environmental impact of wastewater pollutants. The process was divided into the following three stages: heavy metal bonding by a bonding agent, wastewater _ltration to separate the loaded bonding agent, and bonding agent regeneration. Synthetic zeolite P, selected as a bonding agent, was characterized. The results of bonding kinetics, maximum loading capacity, and bonding agent regeneration potential are presented.

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Chemical Papers 57 (1) 45–49 (2003)

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