Mar 29 2019 · How Can Electrocoagulation Treat Landfill Leachate Electrocoagulation EC is by no means a new idea in wastewater treatment However it has within the past decade or so gained significant recognition as an effective and low cost treatment method for a variety of industries and municipal applications Landfill leachate treatment is one of those applications where this electrochemical technology has been utilized as part of an integrated treatment solutionGet Price
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This study investigated the efficiency of electrocoagulation in removing ammonia nitrogen NH 3N and chemical oxygen demand COD from paper studies the factors affecting the efficiency of removing NH 3N and COD of leachate such as electrode materialcurrent density electrolysis time Cl − concentration and pH of solution Treatment was carried out in a discontinuous systemMore Detail
This study investigated the treatment of raw landfill leachate using electrocoagulation process An electrocoagulation system was designed with iron as both the anode and cathode The effects of interelectrode distance initial pH and electrolyte concentration on colourMore Detail
Electrochemical oxidation technique is an effective method to treat landfill leachate have high efficiency in organic pollutants degradation and ammonia removalMore Detail
The determination of the optimal conditions for using electrocoagulation as a treatment for landfill leachate was carried out using surface response methodologyMore Detail
The present work recommended a sequence of processes electrocoagulation EC electrooxidation EO and peroxymonosulfate PMSUVCuFe 2 O 4 sulfate radicalbased advanced oxidation process SRAOP for treatment of landfill leachate A parametric evaluation was conducted for each process including pH current densities electrode type catalyst loading PMS dosage and reaction timeMore Detail
The aim of this article is to propose electrocoagulation as a landfill leachate treatment process to treat the problem of a high organic load such as persistent organic compounds to meet the COD target 120 mg O 2 L of the French landfill a nonhazardous waste storageMore Detail
The landfill leachate treatment process was investigated in an electrochemical reactor which includes a preliminary electrocoagulation step then electroflotation step and finally sedimentationMore Detail
As this leachate has huge potential to contaminate the surface and subsurface water which further leads to mortality of flora and fauna its environmentally sound treatment is a challenging task for sustainable environment Sil and Kumar 2017Literature studies have revealed information about characterization and treatment of leachate produced from municipal solid waste landfills MSWLs toMore Detail