Analysis of Adsorption Treatment Method using Low Cost Activated Carbon For removal of dyes from waste water and Land Fill treatment
In recent times the common strategies for waste management at landfill destinations namely cremation, land-filling using different categories of waste and treatment of soils results in high pollution rate in the environment, moreover the ozone depletion is the horrible consequence of such faulty methods. In this work, a feasibility analysis is carried to inspect the existence of low cost activated carbon material to be used as a substitute for land-fill purpose. The solid waste assessing techniques including heavy metal fixations tests are investigated and data quality samples collected are tested. The testing profile profundities of somewhere in the range of 15 and 50 cm are intended to educate on early changes in the landfill waste parameters during their previous removal period. Testing inside this profundity run likewise gives spatial profile data on the properties of waste inside the primary receptor layer of the landfills. The analysis focuses a sample of 500 g which is acquired from each testing point dependent on amount of sample required for every investigation. With the help of newest tools and techniques such as BET surface area analyser, Ultraviolet /Visible Spectrophotometer and Carbon Sulphur Determinator: Eltra CS800 the task targets are investigated to achieve the accurate concentrations. The observation concludes that low cost activated carbon material (rice husk) has great potential to be used in For removal of dyes from waste water and landfill treatment. The low cost feature is the most promising and long time durability.
Keywords - Landfill, Activated Carbon material rice husk, Adsorption treatment, feasibility analysis.