Columnar activated carbon for the treatment of wastewater from food industry


Columnar activated carbon is really low-cost and high-efficiency treatment of food wastewater.

Columnar activated carbon for the treatment of wastewater from food industry
Columnar activated carbon is really low-cost and high-efficiency treatment of food wastewater.
The composition of food processing wastewater is particularly complex, because the food industry has a wide range of raw materials, including sugar, brewing, meat, milk and other foods that are discharged after food processing. The water quality varies greatly. These food processing wastewater mainly contain organic matter such as carbohydrates, proteins, oils and fats, as well as inorganic dyes and various suspended solids. These pollutants can cause the rapid growth of dissolved organic matter in the water, which is easy to deteriorate, and has a very pungent odor. At the same time, these wastewater contains a large number of bacteria and coliform bacteria, which often exceed the national discharge standards. The wastewater produced by the food industry must be treated to purify the water before it can be discharged.
The treatment of food processing wastewater is called columnar activated carbon. It mainly uses the micropores in the food processing process. Through the adsorption performance of activated carbon, various impurities and pollutants in the food processing process are absorbed into its own pores to achieve purification. Purpose of water quality. The columnar activated carbon filtration process is also particularly simple, the treated water quality is stable, and a large number of filtration procedures can be saved, and the cost of industrial wastewater treatment is also saved.