Leachate Treatment using Advanced Oxidation Process with Zeolite as a Catalyst

Sururi, Mohamad Rangga and Ainun, Siti and Safria, Ona putri (2016) Leachate Treatment using Advanced Oxidation Process with Zeolite as a Catalyst. In: International Postgraduate Conference on Biotechnology ( IPCB 2016), 26 Agustus 2016, Surabaya.

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Leachate or three years old active landfill was identified to have a very low biodegrability (low BOD/COI). Ozone-based on Advanced Oxidation Process (AOI') techniques have been currently developed by utilizing heterogeneous catalysts. This study treated leachate from an active landfill with the O:/ H:0 2 with addition of natural zeolites as catalysts. It was done lo show some effect of natural zeolites mass to accelerate the formation of OII-; the response of leachate matrices; and the effectiveness of the process. The study was conducted on a semi-batch rc11ctor with volume of 500 mL. Oxygen from the ambient air was supplied using an aerator into ozone generator to produce ozone al rate of 3 L/min. Al the ozone contactor ozone was contacted with 250 mL of leachate samples and 1.197 g / L Ih0 2. The addition of zeolite was done by varying its mass at O 5 grams, 2.5 grams and 4.5 gram inside the ozone contactor. The results showed that the pH increased gradually. The best results were shown on the addition of 4.5 gram zeolites (AOP-K- 4.5) which was capable of removing as much as 23% electrical conductivity, 57.14% turbidity, 28.68% organic aromatic as UV254 and 88.89% COD. The results showed, the more zeolites was added the higher the removal efficiency, but in this study the addition of optimum mass of zeolites was not yet have been found.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
Divisions: Karya Tulis Ilmiah
Depositing User: Agus Wardana
Date Deposited: 23 Jul 2021 03:00
Last Modified: 23 Jul 2021 03:00
URI: http://eprints.itenas.ac.id/id/eprint/1681

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