Removal and destruction of organic compounds in water using adsorption, steam regeneration, and photocatalytic oxidation processes
A treatment strategy is examined whereby organic compounds in the aqueous phase are first removed by fixed-bed adsorption, followed by off-line regeneration of spent adsorbent using saturated steam (1607C) and cleanup of steam condensate using fixed-bed photocatalysis. This treatment strategy is exa...
|Journal Title:||Journal of Environmental Engineering Vol. 125; no. 10; pp. 897 - 905|
|Authors:||D. Hand, J.C. Crittenden, D. Perram, Rominder Suri|