In Taiwan, low concentrated F-containing wastewater (LHF) is treated through chemical precipitation of CaF2 with addition of various calcium salts. Due to the formation of very fine particles (ca., 0.1µm), additional coagulants or flocculants are needed to facility particle separation. As the result, the reuse and recycle of the sludges was complicated by the bulky sludge volume and low fluoride content. In this study, recovery of F from F-containing wastewater in the form of cryolite using an electrolytic process equipped with a sacrificed aluminum anode was explored...
Session: L15 - Flotation and Hybrid Processes for Water Treatment
Day: 15 March 2018
Time: 14:45 - 16:00 h