International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Water Resource Engineering | India | Volume 13 Issue 1, January 2024

Studies on Heavy Metal Exile through Natural Products Immobility in Water

Dr. Parag Dalal [3]

Abstract: The disposal of metal rich effluents poses various hazardous problems even to industries despite of its size or location. Owing to their high cost and huge energy consumption various heavy metal removal methods are not used now a day?s that?s why various low cost methods are been developed and used now a day?s. In this paper we study the attempt to remove various metals aka Cadmium, Arsenic and Nickel from waste water using low cost materials like Multani clay, powdered form of Tamarind seeds, Drumsticks, Gall Oak, and Betel Nuts. Various observations study depicts that all these natural materials are able to remove the targeted heavy metals effectively and the observation leads us to low PPM (25 to 35) of heavy metals in water as compared to high raw water. The observation of Cadmium was most by Multani clay as compared to other natural treatments done by us. For Nickel Tamarind seeds were most effective. The pH, Conductivity and temperature play an important role is absorption of these heavy metals. These processes can be used in large scale industries too and can be an effective game changer in field of water treatment.

Keywords: Heavy metals, water, disposal, rich effluents, industries, energy consumption, Cadmium, Nickel, Arsenic, Imli (Tamarind seeds), Surjana (Drum Sticks), Manju Phal (Gall Oak), Supari (Betel Nut), Multani Mitti, pH, temperature, conductivity

Edition: Volume 13 Issue 1, January 2024,

Pages: 620 - 623

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