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Behavioural Assesment of Concrete Strength due to the Use of treated Waste Water


Sagar C Rode , Late G.N Sapkal College of engineering and research Centre, Anjeneri Nashik, Pune University, Maharashtra; Prof. K. K Tolani, Late G.N Sapkal College of engineering and research Centre, Anjeneri Nashik, Pune University, Maharashtra


Treated Waste Water, Waste Water Characteristics, Structural Strength


In construction industry concrete being most widely usable material as per is provision 10262-2009 averagely 150 liter water is required. for 1umsum of concrete also construction Industry water is use for mixing aggregate washing curing of concrete and washing of concrete related mechanical machine the mixing water which fit for drinking for purpose for but about 97 percent of water is held in oceans while only 3 percent fresh water. The ultimate and last option will be treating waste water and using it. But humans have not accepted or will never accept treated waste water for drinking purpose this works aims to explain how treated waste water can be used in construction industry and reduce load on nature. The number of test have to been carried out for evaluation treatment means removing impurities from water being treated and some method of treatment applicable to both water and wastewater. wastewater treatment process are designed to achieve improvement in quality of wastewater the various treatment may reduce suspended solid, biodegradable organic, pathogenic bacteria, nutrients , secondary biological treatment, tertiary treatment, phase separation. The waste water tested in laboratory to find characteristics of PH, TSS, hardness BOD, COD if treated water used in construction industry and lot of fresh water can be saved and awareness can be spread about importance of water recycling. Purpose of this research identify of civil work where this water can be used without compromising structural strength parameter.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I50661
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2017
Page(s): 654-658

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