|Removal of organotin compounds, Cu and Zn from shipyard wastewaters by adsorption - flocculation: a technical and economical analysis|Vreysen, S.; Maes, A.; Wullaert, H. (2008). Removal of organotin compounds, Cu and Zn from shipyard wastewaters by adsorption - flocculation: a technical and economical analysis. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 56(1): 106-115. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2007.09.044
In: Marine Pollution Bulletin. Macmillan: Oxford. ISSN 0025-326X, more
Adsorption; Docks; Flocculation; Heavy metals; Tributyltin; Waste water; Marine
adsorption; flocculation; Tributyltin; heavy metals; shipyard wastewater
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- Vreysen, S.
- Maes, A.
- Wullaert, H.
Several commercially available adsorbents were screened for their ability to remove Cu, Zn and organotin compounds from both artificial contaminated and real dockyard wastewater. An adsorption - flocculation process using a mixture of two adsorbents (a clay based adsorbent and a powdered activated carbon) was optimized for an optimal adsorbent and pollutant removal. At the optimal conditions the process was evaluated with both artificial and real shipyard wastewater, and the cost of the adsorption-flocculation process with relation to different influent concentrations and discharge limits was estimated