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Biotechnological sequestering of chromium(III) From Post-Tanning Effluents: First Results

Author
Lalueza, J.; Rius, A.; Puig, R.; Marti, M.; Martí, J.F.; Rodriguez, N.; Amils, R.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association
Date of publication
2010-07
Volume
105
Number
7
First page
214
Last page
221
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/8961 Open in new window
Abstract
Heavy metals in waste waters and sludge may cause significant environmental problems, and it is known that conventional recovery technologies cannot always achieve satisfactory treatment. For example, they are inappropiate to completely recover the chromium in the case of waste waters from the tanning process. Chromium can be recovered (by precipitation)from effluents that contain high concentrations of this metal. However, effluents from the later stages in present day tanning process often hav...
Citation
Lalueza, J. [et al.]. Biotechnological sequestering of chromium(III) From Post-Tanning Effluents: First Results. "Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association", Juliol 2010, vol. 105, núm. 7, p. 214-221.
Group of research
GIR - GIR Environmental

Participants

  • Lalueza Baro, Joana  (author)
  • Rius Carrasco, Antoni  (author)
  • Puig Vidal, Rita  (author)
  • Martí Badia, Maria Elena  (author)
  • Martí Bernadas, Joan Francesc  (author)
  • Rodriguez, N.  (author)
  • Amils, Ricardo  (author)

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