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Synonyms for effluent

Synonyms for effluent

that is flowing outward


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Biological and abiotic color reduction of paper mill effluents during anaerobic composting, J.
Lands are very much affected due to discharge of effluent water from illegal dyeing units across River Noyyal.
Therefore, when wastewater is proposed to be reused in agricultural and irrigation, the control of microbiological contamination of effluent and its compliance with national and international standards will be more important (6, 7).
Paul Forshaw of United Utilities said: "Limits on trade effluent are there to protect the environment "Oils and grease can be especially difficult to treat in high concentrations.
As part of the after-sales PPM, Micromac engineers make regular planned visits to the customer and assess the effluent and test chemical performance.
The quantity of organic matter dissolved in effluents may also influence P sorption and transport.
The most commonly documented feminizing effect of WwTW effluents in fish is induction of vitellogenin (VTG; an estrogen-dependent yolk precursor) (Purdom et al.
Using the meter, samples can be taken from any point in the effluent treatment process and tested in a couple of minutes.
Fish are released into the effluent treated by the plant, and if the fish survive for five days, the plant passes the toxicity test.
Pulp & Paper Mill Effluent Environmental Fate & Effects
Effluents from biofilters P5 and P6 did not perform as well as others in removing BOD or nitrogen.
The industry in Canada is facing stiffer environmental regulations concerning effluents.
No wet chemicals or effluents are added to or taken away from the film.
This new book raises the important issues of the types of toxic effluents that fires produce and the different methods that exist to assess fire toxicity, using animal exposure studies, laboratory scale or large scale generation of fire effluents, as well as the effects from actual fires.
One main reason is that the number of polluting units discharging effluents has come down over the years and further the nature of effluents has changed from industrial waste water towards domestic waste which can be treated by STPs instead of CETPs at a much lower cost, Mr Kumar said.