Article | January 14, 2022

Which Method Is Suitable For Treatment Of Heavy Metals In Paper Mill Wastewater?

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The paper and pulp industry is among the largest industrial users of water resources operating across the world. Typically, pulp and paper industry operations require on average about 54-70 m3 (18,000 gallons) of water per metric ton (2200 pounds) of processed paper goods. This water usage is staggering, and water is used in almost every single part of the pulp and paper manufacturing process. This paper mill wastewater is produced in significant quantities in addition to residual sludge waste from initial pulp digestion to pulp slurry operations and washing the paper-making machinery.

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