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effluent

 [ef´floo-ent]
something that flows out, especially a discharge that carries waste products.

effluent

an outflow of liquid, especially the flow of sewage or polluted water from a drain into a river or stream.
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These effluents are harmful to health as they contain an elevated levels of COD (30-22000 mg/L) , color, pH (1-14), turbidity (10-1000 mg/L), alkaline substances, temperature, acids, toxic substances and heavy metals [4], TDS(40-8000 mg/L).This variation is due to the nature of manufactured dye products [5-7].
The cultivation of roses has the potential to receive irrigation with effluents from sewage treatment plants, due to their high commercial value and presence in highly populated regions, where there is a great volume of sewage.
Total 10 samples, each of cassava mill effluents, rubber effluents and oil palm mill effluents were collected from various locations in Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria.
The effluent volumes released during the silage process of BB and RB were used to fit the production equation of the effluents volume.
Sindh government has refused to install combined effluent treatment plants (CETP) in Landhi and Korangi industrial areas and told industrialists to do it themselves.
Fast urbanization and industrialization in the developing countries like Pakistan poses severe problems in the collection, treatment and disposal of obnoxious effluents. This situation leads to serious public health problems.
Textile industries consume large quantities of water and generate huge amounts of effluents which contain considerable amount of suspended solids, additives, detergents, surfactants, carcinogenic amines, aldehydes, heavy metals and dyes.
At least 40 slaughterhouses in Bomet could be shut for failure to comply with public health regulations on effluent discharge.
'Although the plants are equipped with effluent treatment facilities, there are a few that have been negligent in controlling discharge of effluents from their premises, resulting in cases of effluents being discharged without being treated first,' he said at the Johor state assembly sitting, here, today.
Rafique, Bioremediation of synthetic and industrial effluents by Aspergillus niger isolated from contaminated soil following a Sequential Strategy, Molecules, 22, 2244 (2017).
Asok Kumar, Executive Director (Projects) at National Mission for Clean Ganga said, "We have started a new STP to treat the effluents keeping in mind the population of 2035.
The course focuses on the transformation of liquid effluents into resources, the reuse of sludge as a soil improver, as a raw material or energy source, as well as methane.