Experimental Study On Dairy Wastewater Treatment By Phytoremediation process

  IJETT-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)          
  
© 2021 by IJRES Journal
Volume-8 Issue-3
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Dhivakar M, Nagamani S, Sowmya S
  10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V8I3P102

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MLA Style: Dhivakar M, Nagamani S, Sowmya S  "Experimental Study On Dairy Wastewater Treatment By Phytoremediation process"International Journal of Recent Engineering Science 8.3(2021):7-11. 

APA Style: Dhivakar M, Nagamani S, Sowmya S. Experimental Study On Dairy Wastewater Treatment By Phytoremediation process  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, 8(3), 7-11.

Abstract
Dairy industry is viewed as biggest wellspring of food handling wastewater in numerous nations. Enormous measure of water is utilized during preparing of milk, this outcome in age of high volume of profluent containing disintegrated sugars, proteins fats and so on Which are mostly natural in nature. Consequently dairy wastewater is portrayed by high convergence of natural matter, high BOD. Emanating with such qualities can't be utilized for land water system reason and can't be released into public sewer/surface water. The legitimate treatment of dairy wastewater in essential before removal. Phytoremediation is one of such procedure which is characterized as utilization of plants miniature living beings to eliminate innocuous toxins from polluted water. In this examination an endeavor is be made to asses proficiency, reasonableness of sea-going plants like lotus, duckweed and sunflower to treat dairy wastewater. Oceanic plants have drawn consideration in light of fast development, high biomass creation and capacity to eliminate assortments of toxins from dairy wastewater. They can eliminate even supplements and other synthetic components from dairy wastewater.

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Keywords
Phytoremediation, Lotus, Sunflower, Duckweed, Dissolved oxygen, Total solids.