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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Special Issue 4 (2018)

Plant-Associated bacterial degradation of oil and grease and toxic organic compounds in industrial effluents

Author(s):

KM Archana, Bindhyachal Ram and Dr. VA Selvi

Abstract:
The present study is an attempt to investigate oil and grease and Toxic Organic Compounds pollution that may pollute fresh water and influence aquatic environment. Then removal of oil and grease and Toxic Organic Compounds from manufacturing wastewater befall essential but common techniques not enough. Enzyme and adsorption units representing major developed new laboratory were selected to assess the water quality and humiliation prospective of oil and grease and Toxic Organic Compounds from wastewater. Several components and environmental variables that were dissolved oxygen, bacteriology measure, flow rate and adsorption material amount studied to assess the removal performance of oil and grease and Toxic Organic Compounds. The results elucidated significant variations among different tests which influenced microbial necessary role of oxidation declining develop biological treatment process reached to 72%. The study stressed out natural material that enhanced organic reduction under optimal conditions. These conditions were closer spacing and high length of adsorbing unit that led to increase oil and grease and Toxic Organic Compounds contact period with adsorbent and added to increase performance removal reached to 99%.The application of Pseudomonas spp. strains’ activities catalyzes the increasing hydrolysis of O&G waste; it can be considered as pretreatment to decrease organic matter concentration, color, and suspended solids.

Pages: 299-303  |  758 Views  101 Downloads

How to cite this article:
KM Archana, Bindhyachal Ram and Dr. VA Selvi. Plant-Associated bacterial degradation of oil and grease and toxic organic compounds in industrial effluents. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(4S):299-303.