In this study, immobilization process of the three (3) powder CFAs was studied. The major results on immobilization process were briefly presented. A total number of fifteen (15) column studies from the combination of the five (5) types of CFAs beads and the three (3) PMEs samples were performed. In each column study, a set of aggregate parameters of flow rate, empty bed contract time, operational time, and throughput volume was studied, and the data was fitted to existing modeling of breakthrough curves. The overall operational time was 12–24-hour, color removal efficiencies were 40–90%, and throughput volume of treated PMEs was 10–14 bed volume. For the column study, the correlation coefficient R2 value for each combination indicated that the Thomas model had a better fit with the observed data than the Adams-Bohart model, and the color adsorption capacities of CFA beads varied in a wide range of 0.31–28.23 mg/g.