Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) – The new age effluent treatment technology
The rapid growth of Industrialization over the past few decades has degraded the quality of water resources available in nature, especially freshwater resources. Freshwater scarcity around the globe has posed a major threat to economic growth, water security, and ecosystem health. Numerous industrial processes have…
The dying rivers of India – A quick case study
India is the land of rivers. There are more than 20 river basins spread across the entire subcontinent spanning different geographical regions. This feature has led to India being tagged as a megadiversity and land with rich water resources. All the river basins provide irrigational…
Metal Toxicity and popular case studies
It is well understood that pollutants in the Environment can be in the form of solid, liquid or gas. Furthermore, these pollutants can be physical, chemical or biological. An excess of any of these forms of pollutants in the environmental causes widespread degradation and may…
Treatment of industrial wastewater using ETP.
Industrial effluents contain various materials, depending on the industry. Some effluents contain oils and grease, and some contain toxic materials (e.g., cyanide). Effluents from food and beverage factories contain degradable organic pollutants. Since industrial wastewater contains a diversity of impurities and therefore specific treatment technology…
The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act – 1974
History India participated in the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment held in Stockholm in June 1972 to take appropriate steps for the preservation of the natural resources of the earth which, among other things, include the preservation of the quality of air and…
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