Degradation Of 8 Pollutants Commonly Found In Food Processing Effluents By Advanced Oxidation Proceses: O3 and O3/UVA-VIS

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CONGRESO Degradation Of 8 Pollutants Commonly Found In Food Processing Effluents By Advanced Oxidation Proceses: O3 and O3/UVA-VIS

Abstract

A representative of Food processing waste water mixture of 8 pollutants (tannic acid, elagic acid, 2,4-dinitrophenol, gallic acid, protecatechuic acid, vanillic acid, syringic acid and sinapic acid) was treated by ozone and ozone combined with visible light. The aim of these study is to determine the effect of operational variables (pollutant concentration, O3 concentration and pH). For this porpouse experimental design methodology based on Doehlert matrixes has been used. Results show that Ozone is a very effective treatment to degradate theese contaminants and the combined use of O3 and UVA/VIS did not prove to be advantageous, except for case with worst operational conditions.