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Heavy metals It is found in the earth's soil layers and naturally mixes with groundwater and surface waterways at a very low concentration. Some metals are essential for life in very small amounts, but are poisonous in high amounts. In industrial processes in some plants, waste water with a heavy metal concentration is produced. In order to protect underwater life and food resources from the effects of toxic levels of metals, some metals must be removed from wastewater by applying safety standards. in wastewater heavy metal removal so it is very important.

The discharge limits of heavy metals into the environment are generally specified in the law. The daily highest level or the monthly average highest level is given for each metal separately. These limits are determined by the Ministry of Environment according to the damage caused by the metal to the environment. Metals that can cause significant harm to the environment, such as mercury, arsenic, and recently increased selenium, are usually given the lowest (µg/L) discharge limits, while the highest allowable discharge limits for other less toxic metals such as nickel, zinc, chromium, etc. It is at the /L level.

What are the Heavy Metal Sources in Waste Waters:

Metals are used as raw materials in many industrial processes, and their concentration in water increases with the reuse of water in the process. Due to the nature of these processes, metals are released into wastewater during normal operation. Heavy metals are most commonly discharged by the following industries:

  • Ion transfer pools used during metal plating and etching
  • Rinsing waters from metal plating baths
  • Air washers available in refineries
  • Operating waters from mines
  • Water from foundries
  • Dissolution of metal-containing catalysts

in wastewater that can be released into the environment within certain discharge limits and classified as hazardous and heavy metal removal metals to be made;

  • in wastewater Antimony removal
  • in wastewater Arsenic removal
  • in wastewater Barium removal
  • in wastewater Beryllium removal
  • in wastewater cadmium removal
  • in wastewater Chromium removal
  • in wastewater Cobalt removal
  • in wastewater Copper removal
  • in wastewater Bullet removal
  • in wastewater Mercury removal
  • in wastewater Nickel removal
  • in wastewater Silver removal
  • in wastewater Selenium removal
  • in wastewater Vanadium removal
  • in wastewater Zinc removal

Removal of metals by chemical methods is the least costly process used to meet the discharge limits specified in legal regulations.. SoleChem Chemistry by the authorities in your waste water heavy metal removal You will be able to provide discharge limits with the coagulants we will determine for you.