Research Paper | Environmental Science Studies | India | Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015
Textile Dye Removal from Wastewater Effluents by Using Potential Microbes
Salvator Lawrence | Dr. R. Kannan
Abstract: Water pollution has become a major crisis in the Modern world. It has created a great impact on the Environment. The wastewaters that are produced by the Industries are very toxic in nature and cause many ill effects to Human beings and Environment. Toxic Effluents are produced from Industries such as Dyeing, Tannery, Steel, Paper Mills, etc. It contains Heavy Metals, Dyes, Toxic Compounds and many more pollutants. The Conventional methods prove to be very expensive and also not effective. The remedy for this problem is that a methodology should be adopted such that it is Effective in removing the toxic Pollutants and also Cost Efficient. Bioremediation proves to be the best method to achieve this target. Bioremediation is the process of using Potential microbes to degrade and remove Toxic pollutants from wastewater. This proves to be highly efficient and effective comparing other methods. This project is about the Experimental analysis of Dye water Effluent taken from a Common effluent treatment plant. The Physico-Chemical parameters was analysed, studied and compared. Also, the Dye analysis was performed by spectrophotometer for evaluating the dye removal percentage.
Keywords: Bioremediation, wastewater, microbes, pollution, Toxic
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015,
Pages: 1147 - 1149
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Salvator Lawrence, Dr. R. Kannan, "Textile Dye Removal from Wastewater Effluents by Using Potential Microbes", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SUB156525, Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015, 1147 - 1149, #ijsrnet
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