Waste Water Management Using Bio-Ozolyte System

Authors

  • T. Senthil Vadivel Department of Civil Engineering, KPR Institute of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore – 641 407, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • S. Anitha Rathinam Department of Civil Engineering, KPR Institute of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore – 641 407, Tamil Nadu, India.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51983/tarce-2012.1.1.2177

Keywords:

Eco Bio Blocks, Ozone, Anolyte, Carbon Filtration, Bio-Ozolyte

Abstract

Water pollution is the major problem in today’s scenario. The sources of water in all areas are polluted by domestic and industrial wastes, results in boring more well points and decreases the ground water sources too. The climatic change lead into failure of monsoon and made the water demand in water bodies. Henceforth recycle and reuse of waste water become essential. Conventional and modern treatment methods are suitable for waste water treatment but constraints such as essentiality of additional treatment, large area requirement, more electrical energy consumption, high maintenance and operating cost prevails us to think about bio-ozolyte system which is called as zero pollutant technique. In this study, Eco Bio Blocks (EBB), ozone and anolyte along with carbon filtration technologies are clubbed together and found effective in treating domestic, industrial as well as bio-medical natured waste too. EBB serves in reducing the basic water parameters but the microorganisms generated can be removed with the help of anolyte, ozone and heavy metals present in water using carbon filtration. Different combinations of the above mentioned technologies have been worked out for three different set of samples and the high efficient combination was identified.

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Published

05-05-2012

How to Cite

Senthil Vadivel, T., & Anitha Rathinam, S. (2012). Waste Water Management Using Bio-Ozolyte System. The Asian Review of Civil Engineering, 1(1), 38–45. https://doi.org/10.51983/tarce-2012.1.1.2177