How are organic pollutants removed from water?

Organic pollutants are removed from water through the following methods:

  • Coagulation
  • Filtration with coagulation
  • Precipitation 
  • Ozonation 
  • Adsorption 
  • Ion exchange
  • Reverse osmosis
  • Advanced oxidation processes

 Organic pollutants in water can have adverse effects on both human and aquatic life, thereby extensively damaging the aquatic food chain.

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