IJCRR - Vol 07 Issue 11, June, 2015
A STUDY ON ECONOMIC TREATMENT OF DISTILLERY EFFLUENT
Author: Nusrat Ali, Sohail Ayub, Juned Ahmad
The present study was conducted to find out the economic pollution reduction technique of distillery effluent that possesses a serious environmental problem. The distillery effluent is generally highly acidic (pH 3.8 - 4.4) with high rates of BOD 45000- 60000 mg/l and COD 70000 – 98000 mg/l and also suspended solids (2000 -14000 mg/l). Currently different treatment techniques are used to treat distillery effluent which includes fungal treatment, adsorption techniques, Electrosorption, filtration, biological treatment, etc. but no treatment method alone give the desired goal to treat the distillery effluent effectively and efficiently therefore further research study in this area should be carried out to prevent surface and ground water pollution.
Keywords: BOD, COD, Adsorption, Electrosorption, Filtration etc.
Nusrat Ali, Sohail Ayub, Juned Ahmad. A STUDY ON ECONOMIC TREATMENT OF DISTILLERY EFFLUENT International Journal of Current Research and Review. Vol 07 Issue 11, June, 08-12
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