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2022 ◽  
Vol 176 ◽  
pp. 114301
Mohammad Fuzail Siddiqui ◽  
Suhail Ayoub Khan ◽  
Daud Hussain ◽  
Unsha Tabrez ◽  
Irshad Ahamad ◽  

Abhijit D. Garad ◽  

Phytoremediation is fresh, well organized, low priced and recycled method for control of environmental pollution. In this phytoremediation technology, plants are used to enhance the status of environment. By using this method, organic and inorganic pollutant can easily eliminate from domestic. An aquatic plant culture was grown in regimented cement tank. Domestic waste Water was filled in this cement tank for specified interval of seven days. Before growth of aquatic plant culture quality of domestic waste water was evaluated. After specified time interval domestic waste water quality was again evaluated to check improvement of quality of waste water. The result of analysis indicates that phytoremediation process improves the quantity of waste water. For this phytoremediation process Canna, Hyacinth colocasia Arabica, Typha etc. aquatic plants are used. These aquatic plants absorb organic and inorganic parameters from waste water.

Cellulose ◽  
2022 ◽  
Senthil Rethinam ◽  
Serdar Batıkan Kavukcu ◽  
Thiagarajan Hemalatha ◽  
A. Wilson Aruni ◽  
Aylin Sendemir ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (4) ◽  
pp. 387-394
D. S. Galchenko ◽  
M. G. Smirnova ◽  
L. I. Sokolova

The problem of wastewater treatment from residual antibiotics is of particular relevance, since these drugs are used in many agricultural sectors. Antibiotics get into water, animal and human bodies, where they can accumulate negatively affecting health. The aim of this article is to study the possibility of using natural aluminosilicate vermiculite sorbent from the Koksharovskoye field (Primorsky Region) for purifying fish processing and fish farming enterprises’ waste water from antibiotics (chloramphenicol, tetracycline, cefazolin, cefuroxime, ceftriaxone, cefepime and and ciprofloxacin) under static and dynamic conditions. The study was carried out on a model wastewater system with injected antibiotics. The purification ability of the model system using the method of spectrophotometric antibiotics detection is analyzed. Under static conditions, the total content of antibiotics varied from 0.25 mg to 1.00 mg per 1 g of sorbent. Under dynamic conditions, the antibiotic content was 0.025 mg per 1 g of sorbent. High values of absorption for all studied antibiotics, except for chloramphenicol, were achieved both in static and dynamic modes. For chloramphenicol, when examined under static conditions, the maximum absorption rate was 45% with the minimum total concentration of antibiotics. With an increase in the load on the sorbent, the degree of absorption decreased to 3%. Thus, vermiculite modified with 7% hydrochloric acid is a promising sorbent for cleaning water bodies from residual antibiotics.

2022 ◽  
pp. 61-106
Bhupendra Koul ◽  
Anil Kumar Poonia ◽  
Rahul Singh ◽  
Subhash Kajla

Marine Policy ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 135 ◽  
pp. 104881
Zhang Xixi ◽  
Qu Tongkun ◽  
Wang Yecheng

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