Solid Waste Management In India

Solid Waste Management In India

Solid Waste Management In India India’s Population  =  1027 Million As per 2001 Census Urban Population  =  285 Million Urban Areas  =  5161 (Cities / Towns) MAGNITUDE OF PROBLEM –  Per capita waste generation increasing by   1.3%   per annum –  With urban population increasing between   3 – 3.5% per annum –  Yearly … Read more Solid Waste Management In India

Solid Waste Management

Solid Waste Management

Solid Waste Management Waste- Definition & Classification Any material which is not needed by the owner, producer or processor. Classification Domestic waste Factory waste Waste from oil factory E-waste Construction waste Agricultural waste Food processing waste Bio-medical waste Nuclear waste Classification of Wastes Solid waste- vegetable waste, kitchen waste, household waste etc. E-waste- discarded electronic … Read more Solid Waste Management

Types of Nuclear Waste and Disposal Techniques – Civil Seminar

Nuclear Waste Disposal

Types of Nuclear Waste and Disposal Techniques Since the development and utilization of nuclear energy during World War II, countries have struggled with the issue of disposing of high-level nuclear waste . Nuclear waste is one of the biggest downsides to nuclear power, and can remain dangerous for hundreds of thousands of years. Geological disposal … Read more Types of Nuclear Waste and Disposal Techniques – Civil Seminar

Present Status of Waste Management in India and Recommendations

Solid Waste Management In India

Present Status of Waste Management in India and Recommendations by Aravind E S, IIT Madras Storage of waste at source is lacking  Domestic waste  thrown  on streets  Trade waste on roads / streets  Construction  waste  are left  unattended  Biomedical wastes are  disposed into  municipal waste stream Industrial waste often disposed of in open areas In … Read more Present Status of Waste Management in India and Recommendations

Biological Processes for wastewater treatment

Biological Processes for wastewater treatment

Biological Processes for wastewater treatment OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION An overview of biological wastewater treatment. Important aspects in microbial metabolism. Principal organisms responsible for wastewater treatment. key factors governing biological growth and waste  treatment kinetics. BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF WASTE WATER TREATMENT Biological TP: a method of contact between microbes and substrate. Suitable temperature, pH, nutrients etc. … Read more Biological Processes for wastewater treatment

Distillery Industry Wastewater Treatment

Distillery Industry Wastewater Treatment

Distillery Industry Wastewater Treatment Introduction Production of ethyl alcohol in distilleries based on cane sugar molasses. The world’s total production of alcohol from cane molasses is more than13 million m3/annum. The 295 distilleries in India produce 2.7 billion litres of alcohol and generating 40 billion litres of wastewater annually. The enormous distillery wastewater has potential … Read more Distillery Industry Wastewater Treatment

Rainwater Harvesting | Components of Rainwater Harvesting Systems | Advantages & Preliminary Sizing

Gutters Setup for Rain water Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting is the practice of accumulating and storing rainwater for reuse on-site. Because it presents several advantages, it seems to have gained popularity in recent years across the world. It is currently being implemented in countries like Canada, India, Israel, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, China, the US, among others. Advantages of Rain water … Read more Rainwater Harvesting | Components of Rainwater Harvesting Systems | Advantages & Preliminary Sizing

What are Grit chambers | Classification & Disposal of Grit | Skimming Tanks

Grit chamber ( Smith & Loveless Inc)

Grit In waste water Grit is the heavy mineral material found in the wastewater influent in the treatment plant. It consists of gravel, sand, broken glass, fragments of metal and inorganic solids which have subsiding velocities or specific gravities greater than organic putrescible solids present in wastewater. Grit chambers are used to remove grit present … Read more What are Grit chambers | Classification & Disposal of Grit | Skimming Tanks

DEEP SOIL MIXING FOR GROUND IMPROVEMENT

Deep soil mixing rig with triple mixing tool

DEEP SOIL MIXING The properties of soft cohesive soils can be improved by mixing of a variety of chemical additives. The addition of lime, fly ash and cement in different combinations can significantly improve the shear strength and compression properties of such soils. Other additives can be used to fix pollutants in place to prevent … Read more DEEP SOIL MIXING FOR GROUND IMPROVEMENT