Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 347–349 | Cite as

Use of chemical mutagens in cleaning up wastewater from synthetic fibre manufacturing

  • N. F. Ivanova
  • P. P. Tofilo
  • N. F. Fedosova
  • O. B. Konstantinova
  • V. V. Zhukova
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Conclusions

The technology of treatment of active sludge is simple, but requires strict observance of the rules of safety technique in work with harmful substances (mutagens).

The chemical mutagenesis method is selective and requires microbiological control over the operation of biological clean-up installations.

Wastewater which has been cleaned up using the chemical mutagenesis method has an extremely low degree of toxicity.

Keywords

Polymer Toxicity Wastewater Sludge Active Sludge 

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Literature cited

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    Inventor's Certificate 532576 (1976) (USSR).Google Scholar
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    Yu. Yu. Lur'e, Unified Methods of Water Analysis [in Russian], Khimiya, Leningrad (1971).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • N. F. Ivanova
  • P. P. Tofilo
  • N. F. Fedosova
  • O. B. Konstantinova
  • V. V. Zhukova

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