The use of EDI technology to recycle HF acid wastes from scrubbers and thermal treatment units

Date published: 2016

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Electrodeionization (EDI) is one of the unit operations used to produce high-purity water. EDI can remove ionic contaminants from selected wastewater streams, so water can be recycled for reuse. This technology combined ion exchange (IX) and electrodialysis in a single cell.

Tags: Electrodeionization (EDI); Wastewater; Ion Exchange