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

Recycle Of Waste Water and Waste Management

Recycle Of Waste Water and Waste Management

Recycle Of Waste Water and Waste Management Why waste recycling Prevents emissions of greenhouse gasses & water pollutants Minimization of pollution Volume reduction Sanitation of waste (composting) Stabilization of biodegradable compounds Supplies valuable raw materials to industry Stimulates development of greener technologies and Reduce the need for new land fills and incinerators. Value addition to … Read more

Biochemical Oxygen Demand And Chemical Oxygen Demand

Biochemical Oxygen Demand And Chemical Oxygen Demand

Biochemical Oxygen Demand And Chemical Oxygen Demand OXYGEN DEMAND required for oxidation of inorganic and organic matter. essential for the livelihood of micro organisms. can be measured by BOD – Biochemical oxygen demand  COD – Chemical oxygen demand Biochemical Oxygen Demand Introduction measures the quantity of oxygen consumed by microorganisms during the decomposition of organic … Read more

Septic Tank and Soak Pit

Septic Tank And Soak Pit Why Do We need A Sewer System Each time we flush the toilet or wash so that down the sink’s drain,we create sewage (also known in polite society as wastewater). One question that many people might ask is, “Why not simply dump this waste-water onto the ground outside the house, … Read more

Construction Waste Recycling

construction waste recycling

Construction Waste Recycling Introduction The promotion of enviornmental management and the mission of sustainable development have exerted the pressure demanding for the adoption of proper methods to protect the enviornment across all industries including construction. Construction by nature is not an eco-friendly activity. Construction,renovation and demolition activities leads to the formation of waste. Need For … Read more

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

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

Pollution Control In Dye Industry

Pollution Control In Dye Industry

Pollution Control In Dye Industry Introduction A  dye  can  generally  be  described  as  a  colored  substance  that  has  an  affinity  to  the substrate to which it is being applied. The dye is generally applied in an aqueous solution, and may require a mordant to improve the fastness of the dye on the fiber Both dyes … Read more

Effects of Industrial Waste on Streams

Effects of Industrial Waste on Streams

Effects of Industrial Waste on Streams Introduction Stream serves people in many ways Drinking, Bathing, Fishing, Irrigation, Navigation, Recreation, Power Generation “Biodegradable” has become a popular word. It is assumed that if something is biodegradable, then disposal is not a problem. The improper disposal of biodegradable substances in streams became a  cause of concern. The … Read more