International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Environmental Engineering | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023

Natural Way of Treatment of Domestic Waste Water by using Anaerobic Unit and Engineered Wetlands with Phytoremediation - A Review

Vishal Meshram | Arif Khan [5]

Abstract: Fresh potable water for drinking, domestic and agricultural use is life line of human, animals, plants. In present situation most of the countries fight with this scarcity of potable water. And in future situation will be very tuff. Construction of engineered wetlands is concept based on natural wetlands. Processes of engineered wetlands surpass the problems of natural wetlands and will increase the capacity of waste water treatment process. Constructed wetland treated waste water on basis of natural process which is completely non-hazardous, eco-friendly and non-consumption of energy. At in present condition, land is costlier and most of the wetlands vanish due to effective use of lands, hence we found various hazardous changes like ground water depletion, increase of greenhouse gases (Methane, CO2), disturbance/vanishing of bio diversity lived into wetlands. Development of wetland is always cost effective, durable as compare to others conventional waste water treatments and engineered developed waste water treatment plants. Engineered developed wetlands have beautified locality/area and without any kind of odour, smell, nuisance of flying kits etc. Wetlands with pollution absorbent plants create bio diversity and beautified locality.

Keywords: Anaerobic, fermentation, hydrolysis, phytoremediation, wetlands

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,

Pages: 1853 - 1857

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