Abstract: The industry of textile exhausts large volume of water by different wet processes. The enormous amounts produces of textile waste water heavily charged with un-consumed dyes and other compounds. These dyes involve some kinds of structural of dyes such acidic, basic, reactive and dyes with metal complex structure. Dyes (and their derivatives) represent a class of organic pollutants that perhaps have a toxic property, so, it needs to a special treatment not depend on biodegradation only. The present of dyestuffs in industry of textile waste water causing noteworthy problems in treatment of plants those compounds are difficult to degrade with traditional method. In the present study, we study the removal of dyestuff under advance oxidation process by degradation of dyestuffs under UV light with TiO as a photocatalyst. There are many 2 parameters have been effected by a process like (concentration, pH and initial dyestuff concentration). The results show the optimum conditions for total treatment are (photocatalyst concentration is 175 ppm; pH = 11 and initial dyestuff is 30 ppm).
Ahmed Hassan Ali, Ghazi Fiasal Naser and Ayad F. Alkaim, 2018. Treatment of Textile Industries Wastewater by Advance Oxidation Process. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 1042-1045. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 18: 250-260.