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Composition of Electroplating Wastewater


Hello Everyone:

I'd like to know a typical composition of electroplating wastewaters. I think it depends on metal used for plating. Do you know where I can get the useful information on this?

Looking forward to any responses,

Yeoung-Sang Yun
McGill Univ - Montreal, Quebec, Canada


To Yeoung-Sang Yun

You may utilize this issue of Water Science and Technology (page 177-188): vol 39 Number 10-11,1999 In this issue there is a article about your question: "Heavy Metals Removal by a Promising Locally Available Aquatic Plant, Najas graminea Del., in Taiwan

Have a nice day.

Olcayto Keskinkan
Cukurova University - Adana-Turkiye



I found another article about your inquiry. There is typical composition of electroplating wastewater in this article: "Adsorption studies on Citrus reticulata (fruit peel of orange): removal and recovery of Ni(II) from electroplating wastewater" Mohammad Ajmal....Journal of Hazardous Materials, B79 (2000) 117-131.

Best regards,

Olcayto Keskinkan
- Adana, Turkiye

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