Environmental & Analytical Toxicology

ISSN: 2161-0525

Open Access

Shaimaa Maher

Department of Chemistry, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH 44115, USA

  • Review Article   
    Hydrochar for Industrial Wastewater Treatment: An Overview on its Advantages and Applications
    Author(s): Ahmed Hesham, Yasser Awad, Hossam Jahin, Sabry El-Korashy, Shaimaa Maher, Haitham Kalil* and Gasser Khairy*

    Water pollution is one of the environmental challenges facing the world society. Consequently, the pollutants both domestic and industrial wastewater are identified as an environmental threat. Hydrochar (HC) appears as a cost-effective and eco-friendly solution to this environmental threat. HC is the solid produced from the wet pyrolysis process for biomass that is rich in carbon in a sub-critical liquid phase, called the Hydro-Thermal Carbonization Process (HTC). This review aims to address the possibility of using HC as the most effective solution to the industrial wastewater. HTC has proven a greater yield than dry pyrolysis (30%-60% wt). To date, HC is listed as a promising lower-cost alternate adsorbent for removing wastewater pollutants. In Egypt for example, only few studies have been published investigating the properties of HC and its environmental applications. In this revie.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2161-0525.21.11.626

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