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Physico - Chemical Study of Waste Water from Malad, Gorai (Borivali) Rivulets


Sonawane Bhushan B. , Shri JJT University, Rajasthan; Dr.P.N.Nemade, Shri JJT University, Rajasthan


Gorai, Malad domestic waste water, Quality parameters, BOD, COD, BIS, WHO


Various problems are creating owing to high population rate, of them production of waste water is one of the major problem. Water with waste is called sewage, which appear in the form of solid suspension. Waste water is the constitution of organic, inorganic pollutants, bacteria. Domestic waste from nearby hotels and house kitchen waste transfer to Gorai and Malad creek through different rivulet. In Malad area there is huge slum area where different small scale industries are situated, also there is an Ajanta pharmaceutical Industry is situated from where they transfer waste into Malad creek through a big rivulet. Waste water sample is collected from this outlet twice within the month and various parameters were checked and water sample passed through a coconut charcoal which is made by heating raw coconut shell to burn to form coal, this coal is passed through hot water to form more pores to coal sample. Water sample collected in three different seasons monsoon, premonsoon and post monsoon. Water sample passed through this coconut coal sample and the parameter were checked of the effluent ,the difference between reading of influent and effluent were checked and effluent parameter were tally with standard drinking water parameters and the water was initially tried for aquatic growth and gardening purpose. The parameters like temp, pH, turbidity, total hardness, TDS,COD, BOD, Chloride, Phosphate, Total solid ,DO ,sulphate etc. Parameters were checked as per BIS and WHO. The aim of the research work is to reuse our own waste by using various membranes by a very simple technique so that everyone can do it on personal level with very little cost.

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Paper ID: NCTAAP085
Published in: Conference 4 : NCTAA 2016
Publication Date: 29/01/2016
Page(s): 358-360

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