Investigation of Cattle Dung Ash as Adsorbent for Wastewater Management Systems

Investigation of Cattle Dung Ash as Adsorbent for Wastewater Management Systems

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  • Dr.K. Gupta, M. Viswanath
  • SUBMITTED

  • 2021
  • PUBLISHED MONTH

  • March-April
  • ARTICLE TYPE

  • Research
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    The most commonly method used in India for treatment of
    wastewater which are basically primary treatment by coagulants and
    flocculants as well as secondary treatment by inculcating micro-organisms
    and activated Carbon for color removal. However all the above methods
    described are bit expensive? So the current study is about the use of cattle
    dung ash as an adsorbent in the secondary treatment of wastewater for
    contaminants reduction. Several parameters viz. Total Dissolved Salts
    (TDS), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), pH, Total Organic Carbon
    (TOC), Total Suspended Salts (TSS) for tertiary wastewater will be analyzed
    prior and after the treatment with Cattle Dung Ash to identify the effect on
    effluents. This adsorbent is bit inexpensive, easily available and also
    ecofriendly.
    Keywords: Cattle Dung Ash; pH; TDS; TOC; TSS; COD
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    Investigation of Cattle Dung Ash as Adsorbent for Wastewater Management Systems