Transforming Wastewater Treatment with Electrospun Nanowebs for Synthetic Dye Removal

The breakdown products of azo dyes, sometimes more toxic than the dyes themselves, can degrade into carcinogenic aromatic amines, affecting aquatic life and potentially entering the human food chain. Given these risks, many countries regulate azo dyes, imposing limits and controlling industrial discharges into water systems. This post appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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