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Scirj Volume IX, Issue IV, April 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

DYE Disassembler: How to make the water that is used to color the cloths with fabric dye reusable without treatment power plants

Mark W. Messak, Ahmed R. Mohamed , Seif El-den S. Hussien, Ramy S. El-sayed

Abstract: Water is one of the essentials needed to live on Earth. From animals to plants, all living things depend on water to continue life. Unfortunately, water now faces many threats and crises that will affect its supply in the future. One of these most prominent challenges facing Egypt is a water shortage, a significant problem. However, every issue has a solution regardless of its difficulty, and there are different ways to solve this problem. One of the most effective and least expensive methods is water reuse, which relies on changing the process itself or its main components so that the resulting water becomes reusable without any treatment. We have chosen to apply this idea to the textile industry dyeing process because it produces large amounts of wastewater. In Almost dye factories, NaOH, a strong base, is used after finishing the dying process, cleaning the container from the dye, and then discharge the colored wastewater, which causes many environmental disasters. So, we decided to replace NaOH with NaOCL, which cleans the container and removes the color of the dye from the water faster. This obviously will decrease the pH of the water compared to NaOH, and that why we choose pH as a design requirement. After we tested our prototype, we found that the produced water contains HOCL, which has beneficial uses like killing most viruses. Subsequently, our idea succeeds in performing the water reuse as the produced water is reusable.

Reference this Paper: DYE Disassembler: How to make the water that is used to color the cloths with fabric dye reusable without treatment power plants by Mark W. Messak, Ahmed R. Mohamed , Seif El-den S. Hussien, Ramy S. El-sayed published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume IX, Issue IV, April 2021 Edition, Page 31-38 ".

Search Terms: Dying Process, Fabric Dye, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Hypochlorite

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