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Evaluation of Anaerobic Treatability of Between Cotton and Polyester Textile Industry Wastewater

By Zehra Sapci-Zengin and F. Ilter Turkdogan

Submitted: June 29th 2010Reviewed: November 3rd 2010Published: April 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/16091

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Zehra Sapci-Zengin and F. Ilter Turkdogan (April 1st 2011). Evaluation of Anaerobic Treatability of Between Cotton and Polyester Textile Industry Wastewater, Waste Water - Treatment and Reutilization, Fernando Sebastián García Einschlag, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/16091. Available from:

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