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wastewater

(wāst′wat″ĕr)
Water that has been released from homes, hospitals, or industry after it has been used or altered. It may contains significant concentrations of environmental pollutants.
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He also said that the wastewater diseases claim lives of around 250,000 children every year and more than one hundred billion rupees are being spent annually on the treatment of these diseases.
"Spreading O&G wastewater on roads can harm aquatic life and pose health risks to humans," the authors write.
Gruss-an-Teplitz under untreated wastewater showed large cortical cell area, vascular bundle area, large spongy cell area and thick midrib while large epidermal thickness of R.
This is descriptive-cross sectional study that sampling from raw urban wastewater was directly preformed in orchards and farms in spring and summer to determine levels of important parameters in irrigating agricultural crops in orchard and farm inlets in spring and summer (May to August).
The wastewater samples were analyzed for various biological, chemical and heavy metals and analyses were carried at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, and Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) laboratories.
Throughout the day, Siemens experts will discuss various industrial wastewater treatment topics such as produced water treatment, refinery and ethylene spent caustic treatment, industrial odour control, wastewater recycle and reuse, and food and beverage wastewater treatment.
Novinskie stated that the licensed technology utilises Daleco Resources Corp's ReNuGen zeolite wastewater treatment product, which has the potential for being cost effective, energy efficient and addressing growing environmental concerns.
Sulphur-rich wastewaters in the Kohtla-Jarve district influence the efficiency of wastewater treatment process and, due to the sulphide formation and varying pH of wastewater, may cause a serious toxic effect to the surrounding environment.
The processes from which the wastewaters were generated also had an impact on the effectiveness of photocatalysis.
Properties of soil cores irrigated weekly with different wastewaters for 14 weeks
Keywords: Anthropic acclimation; Spirulina platensis; Bioreactor; Swine farm wastewater; Biosorption
Long-term effects of recycled wastewater irrigation on soil chemical properties on golf course fairways.