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Treatment and Study of Parameters from Municipal Waste Water from Urban Town

By S. V. A. R. Sastry, B. Sarva Rao, K. Nahata and Senior Asst Professor


Abstract—The most important necessity for life is water. Shortage of clean & fresh drinking water leads to suffering. This is mainly contributed by generation of sewage waste mixed with the water bodies, due to unplanned urbanization and has largely contributed to the causing severe water pollution. Pollutants discharged in waste waters can be toxic to aquatic life and cause natural waters to be unfit to use as potable water. The main sources of water pollution can be attributed to discharge of untreated sanitary and industrial wastes. In this work, parameters such as temperature, pH, conductivity, turbidity, dissolved oxygen (DO), biological oxygen demand (B.O.D), Chemical oxygen demand (C.O.D), total solids, T.S.S and TDS have been studied, for Municipal waste water collected from Visakhapatnam, in different seasons. The studies show a decrease in the values of the effluent

Topics: parameters, seasons, treatment
Year: 2014
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