Onsite Treatment of Urban Waste Water using Eco Bio-Blocks

  IJETT-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)          
  
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Volume-5 Issue-4
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : Ezhilarasi.S, S.Chandran
  10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V5I4P104

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MLA Style: Ezhilarasi.S, S.Chandran "Onsite Treatment of Urban Waste Water using Eco Bio-Blocks" International Journal of Recent Engineering Science 5.4(2018):19-22. 

APA Style: Ezhilarasi.S, S.Chandran, Onsite Treatment of Urban Waste Water using Eco Bio-Blocks. International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, 5(4),19-22.

Abstract
Water is a limiting resource. The pressure exerted on surface and groundwater resources should be reduced or best maintained as the human population and industrial development increase; water recycling and reuse are thus of increasing importance in cities and contaminated environments. Wastewater reuse is a longestablished practice used for irrigation, especially in arid countries. In Countries like India, disposal of wastewater is not correctly organized, and there is no stringent rule for eliminating or minimizing the ill effects of the disposal of wastewater into rivers. The study is to access the reuse options of the wastewater, which is stagnated in the regulator in Madurai, which is "Viraganoor regulator" and accessing feasibilities of adapting cost-effective treatment technologies like Bioremediation, widely applying Eco Bio-Blocks for the treatment of urban wastewater is explored in the study.

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Keywords
Bioremediation, Eco Bio-Blocks.