||Closed-Cycle Textile Dyeing: Full-Scale Hyperfiltration Demonstration.
||La France Industries, SC.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.;Department of Energy, Washington, DC.;Office of Water Research and Technology, Washington, DC.
Textile industry ;
Water pollution control ;
Chemical compounds ;
Industrial wastes ;
Pilot plants ;
Waste recycling ;
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The report gives results of a project of joining a full-scale dynamic-membrane hyperfiltration (HF) system with an operating dye range. (HF is a membrane separation technique that has been used successfully to desalinate natural water. The dye range is a multi-purpose unit with a variety of effluents from preparation and dyeing of textile fabrics.) The project follows a series of government-sponsored investigations of recycling of the large quantities of energy, process chemicals, and water discharged from industrial processes.