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2 Treatment of Textile Wastewater using Hybrid Biogranular System Contact: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azmi Aris / Dr. Khalida Muda Department of Environmental Engineering Faculty of Civil Engineering Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

3 The Problem

4 Highly colored wastewater from textile industry High concentration of non-biodegradable organics, suspended solids, conductivity, turbidity and intense color

5 of the chemical in textile processing will remain on the fabric….. 10%

6 will be discharged in textile effluent 90% (IPPC, 2003)

7 m 3 of textile wastewater are generated per ton fabric (Savin et al, 2008)

8 Conventional biological system fails to treat textile wastewater

9 Physico-chemical treatment is available but expensive in terms of chemical and operational costs

10 Environmental Regulations (Industrial Effluent), 2009 Colour* Std A – 100 ADMI Std B – 200 ADMI *Color was not regulated in previous regulation

11 Our Solution Hybrid Biogranular System

12 INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS Features Treat textile wastewater within relatively short period of time Simple yet reliable and proven effective (90% COD and color removal) Use microorganisms rather than chemicals – no chemical sludge, environmentally sustainable

13 INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS Basis of Technology Anaerobic followed by Aerobic stage

14 INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS Use biogranules instead of bioflocs - higher biomass concentration and shorter sedimentation time Biogranules function in both anaerobic and aerobic Hybrid - requires only one reactor – small foot-print Excess biogranules (sludge) - stored or sold to other treatment plant - potential source of income

15 WHAT IS BIOGRANULES Biogranules » Developed in the reactor under specific conditions » Irregular shape with smooth surface » Size of mm in diameter as compared to for flocs » Dense and compact with excellent settling property (approx. 80 m/hr) » Structurally strong INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS

16 Single reactor in sequencing batch-mode feed  anaerobic (9 hr)  aerobic (3 hr)  anaerobic (9 hr)  aerobic (3 hr)  settling (5 min) Treatment can be completed within 24 hours

17 ACHIEVEMENT Hybrid Biogranules System for Textile Wastewater Treatment Development of Anaerobic Granules Containing New Specialised Dye Degrading Microbes for Raw Textile Dyeing Wastewater Treatment. Funded by MOSTI (Vot # 79137). RM 220,000 (2007 – 10) Biochemical Reduction of Azo Dyes from Textile Dyeing Wastewater using Facultative Granular Sludge. Funded by MOHE (Vot # 78211). RM 100,000 (2007 – 09)

18 Publications (Peer-reviewed) Muda, K., Aris, A., Salim, M.R., Ibrahim, Z., van Loosdrecht, M.C.M., Ahmad, A., Nawahwi, M.Z. (2011) The Effect of Hydraulic Retention Time on Granular Sludge Biomass in Treating Textile Wastewater, Water Research, 45, No. 16, pp , 2011 (IF: 4.546). Muda, K., Aris, A., Salim, M.R., Ibrahim, Z., Yahya, A., van Loosdrecht, M.C.M., Ahmad, A., Nawahwi, M.Z. (2010) Development of Granular Sludge for Textile Wastewater Treatment, Water Research, 44, (IF:4.355) Ibrahim, Z., Amin, M.F.M., Yahya, A., Aris, A., Muda, K. (2010) Characteristics of the Developed Granules Containing Selected Decolourising Bacteria for the Degradation of Textile Wastewater, Water Science Technology, 61, (IF:1.09)

19 Publications (Conference Articles) Muda, K., Aris, A., Salim, R.M., Ibrahim, Z. (2010). Biogranulation Treatment Technology for Textile Wastewater. ITS-UTM International Conference 2010 on Sustainable Urban Environment Dec 2010, Rectorat Building, ITS, Surabaya, Indonesia. Muda, K., Aris, A., Salim, R.M., Ibrahim, Z., Yahya, A., Ahmad, A. and Nawahwi, Z. (2010). Granular Sludge as Compact Treatment System for Textile Wastewater Treatment. 1 st IWA MALAYSIA Young Water Professionals Conference. 2–4 March 2010, Best Western Premier Seri Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. Amin, M.F.M., Ibrahim, Z., Yahya, A., Aris, A. and Muda, K. Potential Application of Developed Granules Containing Decolourising Bacteria for Treatment of Raw Textile Wastewater, 30 th Symposium of Malaysian Society for Microbiology – Microbes: Biotechnology Engine for Health and Wealth Creation, Kuantan, th August 2008.

20 Awards Gold Medal at Seoul International Invention Fair (SIIF) 2011 in Seoul, Korea. Gold Medal at 10 th Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) Green Technology of the Year Award at 10 th Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) Silver Medal at 12 th at Industrial Art & Technology Exhibition (INATEX), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS

21 Patent Pending A Process for Treating Wastewater (PI ) Bacteria Granules for Treating Wastewater (PI ) INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS

22 Market Opportunity Market Initial Market Segment Textile Industry ( ) Overall Market Industry with colored wastewater Oil Palm (500) Food Municipal Landfill Indonesia Thailand VCLM China

23 Research Team INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS AP. DR. AZMI ARIS DR. KHALIDA MUDA DR. ADIBAH YAHYA AP. DR. ZAHARAH PROF. DR. RAZMAN (FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING) (FACULTY OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING)

24 Prototype Development Research Grant Scheme Treatment of Textile Wastewater using Hybrid Biogranular System

25 Objectives 1.To design and fabricate a prototype hybrid biogranule system for treating textile wastewater 2.To further enhance the characteristics of the biogranules developed in the bioreactor taking into consideration the size of the prototype plant 3.To evaluate the performance of the system in terms of pollutants removal under different textile wastewater pollutant loads and characteristics

26 Objectives (cont.) 4.To optimize of the system through manipulation of operating parameters i.e. total hydraulic retention time, anaerobic and aerobic reaction times, solids retention time, and superficial air velocity of the system 5.To determine the biokinetics behavior of the process and to evaluate the toxicity of the byproducts of the degradation INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS

27 SBR Column (1 m 3 ) Holding tank (1 m 3 ) Activated Carbon Sand Filter x sludge outlet from mill’s sump inlet to SBR pump discharge to river data logger and control system discharge to river control automation network Layout Hybrid Biogranule System

28 Research Methodology Framework

29 Planning

30 Budget Budget DetailsYear 1 (RM)Year 2 (RM)Total (RM) Salary and wages (V11000) 24,000 48,000 Travelling and transport (V21000) 12,50017,50030,000 Rental (V24000)15,000 30,000 Research materials & supplies (V27000) 83,50058,500142,000 Maintenance and Minor repair services (V28000) 15,000 30,000 Professional services (V29000) -20,000 Accessories and equipment (V35000) 200,000- TOTAL350,000150,000500,000

31 Thank You


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