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Electrocoagulation flotation package (ECF) The use of electric current for water purification was first tested in England in 1889. In 1909, Harris introduced the electrochemical technology for the treatment of wastewater using aluminum and iron electrodes. In 1984, a wastewater treatment plant was developed by Wake that used electrolysis to treat sewage mixed with seawater in London. In 1956, river water was treated by electrocoagulation and the use of iron electrodes in United Kingdom. In 1995, Matson designed an apparatus using the electrochemical mechanism, which was introduced in 1940 under the name of electronic coagulant. In 1995, Lin examined the removal of ammonia and nitrite from an aqueous solution in a batch reactor. In electrocoagulation, known as electric flocculation and flotation, sacrificial anode is used for the removal of suspended particles, organic compounds, dyes, metal ions and inorganic anions and various types of compounds from water. The application of electrochemical technologies in the water & wastewater industry is very diverse. This technique has been used in various industries to remove a wide range of pollutants. This treatment method is capable of breaking fat and oil emulsions in water, removing organic matter from water, fluoridation, deduction of sulfate compounds, urban and … Read More