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  • Storm water by AdministratorPosted on : 16 November 2017
    • There is urgent need to consider Storm water management as a part of Town planning and development. Urban storm water is surface run off from roofs, roads, footpaths, car parks & all open spaces like gardens, parks etc. Storm water has been traditionally collected by storm water drains and transported through pipes and channels to creeks, rivers, the harbor and ocean. In the earlier days there used to be a combined sewerage system that carries sanitary wastewater & stormRead more...


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  • TREATMENT OF POLLUTED RIVER WATER BY RZCS by AdministratorPosted on : 10 December 2010
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      Water is most essential for survival of life on earth. It is a key factor for the growth, development and progress of mankind. All the big rivers in India have history of the ancient civilization. The urbanization and industrialization in India could become possible because of the availability of water. From 1980 onward rapid growth has resulted the sequential changes from Grampanchayat to Nagarpanchayat and finally to Municipal CorRead more...


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  • Recycle of Sullage and Sewage in Residential Complexes Our Experience by AdministratorPosted on : 10 December 2010
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      To overcome scarcity of water and to reduce consumption of fresh water, recycling of sullage & sewage is done in the Residential & Institutional complexes. It is observed that there is non-acceptance to the use of treated sewage in the residential complexes. However residents are accepted the treated sullage for WC flush, gardening and car wash. Recycling of treated sewage is acceptable for irrigation in the InstitutionaRead more...


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  • RAINWATER HARVESTING CRITICAL EVALUATION by AdministratorPosted on : 10 December 2010
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      Obstructing and enhancing the natural process is considered as base of growth and development e.g. the dam stores the rain water by obstructing the natural river flow. Further diverting or lifting the stored water through pumps enhances the process of irrigation it has shown miraculous rise in the agricultural growth. However over a period of time the negative & adverse impacts of these activities are being Read more...


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  • BRIEF REVIEW OF AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT METHODS& THEIR DEVELOPMENT by AdministratorPosted on : 10 December 2010
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      The economical development and industrialization followed by urbanization in India are creating the problem of waste disposal arising from domestic and industrial activities. Treatment of industrial wastewater is compulsory by law. However untreated sewage is discharged into receiving water bodies. Urban areas are growing at the rate that is far more than capacity of local authority like Municipal Committee & Municipal CorpoRead more...


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  • WATER TREATMENT PLANT FOR IRON REMOVAL by AdministratorPosted on : 24 November 2010

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      Iron in ground water is common in the eastern part of India. It gets precipitated once water is pumped out. There are various methods for the removal of Iron from water. A food processing industry is set up in Dalgaon located in Brahmaputra basin near Guwahati in Assam. Water table is just 2 to 3 m below the ground. Ground water is acidic and has high soluble Iron content. Underground water is the only source at the site. Treatment studies are carriedRead more...


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