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BIOSORPTION OF METHYLENE BLUE FROM WASTE WATER USING SCABIOSAPROLIFERA (CARMEL DAISY)

Mhamad-Aly Moussawi, Akram Hijazi*, Hussein Hamad, Hassan Rammal, Wassim Ramma, Mohamad Alameh, Daoud Naoufal

Journal Title:World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
Abstract


Many industries use synthetic dyes and pigments that may find their way into natural waterways [1]. Reactive dyes, an anionic or cationic dye, are most commonly used due to their provision of bright colors, excellent color fastness, and easy application. However, many reactive dyes are toxic to organisms and may cause direct harm to aquatic life. Accumulation of these dyes in wastewater from industries such as textiles, paper, cosmetics, rubber, and plastics has been regarded as a significant source of water pollution [2]. Discharge of colored wastewater without proper treatment can results in numerous problems such as chemical oxygen demand (COD) by the water body and an increase in toxicity.

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