Advanced Oxidation Technologies - Case studies in non biodegradable wastewater treatment - Elena Gil Aunon - Online

26 October 2016 09:00-10:00, United Kingdom


Introduction
Advances in chemical water and wastewater treatment have led to a range of processes named advanced oxidation processes (AOP) being developed. In this webinar we will cover an overview of AOP, from UV to hydrogen peroxide technologies, and applications, from Wastewater to drinking water applications. Real case studies of OHP® (patented by Peroxychem) will be presented in advanced oxidation based on Fenton’s reaction with the use of hydrogen peroxide and a catalyst. The basis of the process is the creation of hydroxyl radicals from hydrogen peroxide. This is done by optimal combination of process conditions and catalyst addition. Hydroxyl radicals are capable to oxidize a wide range of chemical compounds that can be quantified by means of COD and TOC reduction. 

The suitability of AOP for aqueous pollutant degradation was recognised in the early 1970's and much research and development work has been undertaken  to commercialise some of these processes. AOP's have shown great potential in treating pollutants at low and high concentrations and have found applications as diverse as groundwater treatment, municipal wastewater sludge destruction and VOCs control.

In this webinar we will cover an overview of different AOP, from UV to hydrogen peroxide technologies, and applications, from Wastewater to drinking water applications.  
Real case studies of OHP® (patented by Peroxychem) will be presented in advanced oxidation based on Fenton’s reaction with the use of hydrogen peroxide and a catalyst. The basis of the process is the creation of hydroxyl radicals from hydrogen peroxide. This is done by optimal combination of process conditions and catalyst addition. Hydroxyl radicals are capable to oxidize a wide range of chemical compounds that can be quantified by means of COD and TOC reduction.
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RSC Water Science Forum
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  • Kevin Prior United Kingdom

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IChemE Water Special Interest Group
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