(444f) Electrochemical Wastewater Treatment: Oxidation of Persistent Wastewater Constituents
Electrochemical wastewater treatment: Oxidation of persistent wastewater constituents
D. Woisetschläger1), B. Humpl1), M. Koncar1), W. Glasl1, M. Siebenhofer2)
1) VTU Engineering GmbH, Parkring 18, A-8074 Grambach/Graz
2) Institute of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology, Graz University of Technology
Inffeldgasse 25/C/II, A-8010 Graz
Boron-doped diamond electrodes prove to be a highly appropriate electrode in terms of oxidation power, application and stability. Full scale electrolysis cells for industrial applications equipped with a maximum BDD-electrode area of 3,6 m² were constructed and installed. With this electrode configuration the purification of a variety of industrial wastewaters was successful. Several full scale electrolysis cells were installed at customers site and demonstrate that the electrochemical wastewater treatment is a highly reliable technology for manifold industries.
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