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UTILIZING HYDROGENATED SATURATED QUINCE SEEDS IN THE EXTRACTION OF DYES FROM TEXTILE WASTEWATER AND USING THE NEW PRODUCT AS A COLORING AGENT IN THE PAPER INDUSTRY #SciChallenge2017

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UTILIZING HYDROGENATED SATURATED QUINCE SEEDS IN THE EXTRACTION OF DYES FROM TEXTILE WASTEWATER AND USING THE NEW PRODUCT AS A COLORING AGENT IN THE PAPER INDUSTRY #SciChallenge2017

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During the process of dyeing textile products such as yarn, cotton, fiber and wool, the byproduct formed is called textile wastewater. Since the dye is not recovered, the waste in the water accumulates and pollutes nature.
There are 100,000 types of commercial colorants to dye textile and other products making 700,000 tons of textile products every year. Environmental problems are caused by the huge production. In addition, the dyestuffs in the wastewater reduce photosynthesis in aquatic microorganisms by blocking/reducing sunlight at the surface of the water or other toxic effects on these organisms (Celekli et al, 2009).
According to our study, hydrogen-saturated quadriceps mucilage removes the textile dye in the wastewater. In addition, the dyestuff absorbed by the mucilage and mucilage itself can be used as a dye in the paper industry. Our system may be a new source of income for textile dyeing workshops where waste is recovered.

#SciChallenge2017
During the process of dyeing textile products such as yarn, cotton, fiber and wool, the byproduct formed is called textile wastewater. Since the dye is not recovered, the waste in the water accumulates and pollutes nature.
There are 100,000 types of commercial colorants to dye textile and other products making 700,000 tons of textile products every year. Environmental problems are caused by the huge production. In addition, the dyestuffs in the wastewater reduce photosynthesis in aquatic microorganisms by blocking/reducing sunlight at the surface of the water or other toxic effects on these organisms (Celekli et al, 2009).
According to our study, hydrogen-saturated quadriceps mucilage removes the textile dye in the wastewater. In addition, the dyestuff absorbed by the mucilage and mucilage itself can be used as a dye in the paper industry. Our system may be a new source of income for textile dyeing workshops where waste is recovered.

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