E3S Web Conf.
Volume 140, 2019International Scientific Conference on Energy, Environmental and Construction Engineering (EECE-2019)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Innovative Technologies for Technosphere Safety|
|Published online||18 December 2019|
New sorption materials based on modification of natural zeolites in metal wastewater treatment processes
Irkutsk State Transport University, Irkutsk, Russian Federation
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This study considers the problem of wastewater treatment from heavy metal ions and possible ways to solve it, for example, by modifications of natural zeolites from the deposits of Transbaikalia region. We offer a method of modifying the structure of natural zeolite with a sulfur-containing polymer derived from epichlorohydrin waste, the main component of the 1.2,3trichloropropane. The sulfur-containing polymer mesh is formed by the use of the dissolution of sulfur at room temperature in the system of mono-ethanolamine-hydrazine hydrate and condensation with 1.2,3-trichlorpropane. The result of applying a sulfur-containing polymer mesh lies not only in the hydrophobization of the zeolite surface, but also in the appearance of sulfur atoms in its composition, which contributes to an increase in the selectivity with respect to heavy metal ions. We demonstrate the possibility of using new sorption materials in deep wastewater treatment processes of galvanic production. As a load for the adsorbent filter, we propose to use a three-layer filtering material with a load of natural zeolite of various modifications. It has been proven that such chemical modification of zeolite allows to obtain sorbents with an increased surface area and transitional pores that have a high sorption activity in relation to heavy metal ions.
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