Sequential Treatment Of Olive Oil Mill Wastewater With Adsorption And Biological And Photo-Fenton Oxidation

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Olive oil mill wastewater (OMWW) is a highly toxic effluent obtained from the extraction process by the olive oil industry and creates a major problem in Turkey as in other Mediterranean countries. This effluent is characterized by an unpleasant smell, dark color, and high organic matter content such as sugars, tannins, polyphenols, polyalcohols, pectins, and lipids. As reported by several authors, more than 30 phenolic compounds have been detected in OMWW (De Marco et al. 2007).


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