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Research Paper | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017
Study of Physico - Chemical Parameters of Waste Water from dyeing Units in Mumbai in Andheri Area
Gaikwad Nilesh N.  | Prof. Gavande Sagar M. 
Abstract: The present review was attempted on the physic - synthetic parameters of wastewater from various coloring units in Mumbai city at Andheri Prem Dye Chem Industry, India. Standard strategies were received to ascertain the physical properties what's more, follow components in water tests. Wastewater was dissected for different water qualities like pH, TDS, Alkalinity, Hardness, COD, Sulfate and so forth. The outcomes arrived were contrasted and. Indian Benchmarks for drinking water to look at their contamination level. Components and their effect to soundness of related people are studied. The outcomes from the examination of coloring wastewater demonstrate that most of the parameters were significantly higher than the MPL and the nearness of lethal overwhelming metals as in the water tests. Subsequently the stream of this coloring wastewater into the waterway causes the genuine contamination issues. A point of view of ecological contamination related with different coloring units and its cures are portrayed.
Keywords: Benchmarks, Contamination, Compact disc, Hardness
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017,
Pages: 1237 - 1240
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