Effect of Bio enzymes on fish culture waste water treatment
Fish culture waste water, bio-enzymes, fruit &vegetable peels, citrus peels Environmental sustainability
This study investigated the potential of bio-enzymes derived from fruit and vegetable peels, as well as citrus peels, for the biological treatment of fish culture waste water. The waste water, containing organic and inorganic compounds from fish farming, can have detrimental environmental and health impacts if not managed properly. The experiment involved testing the two bio-enzymes separately, with 0.8% concentration, and analyzing the results on the 5th and 10th day of digestion. The citrus peel bio-enzyme showed superior effectiveness in reducing parameters like pH, TDS, total alkalinity, green algae, and blue-green algae. While both enzymes increased turbidity and total hardness similarly, the citrus peel bio-enzyme performed better. These findings highlight the potential of bio-enzymes, particularly citrus peel bio-enzyme, as an eco-friendly solution for fish culture waste water treatment, promoting environmental sustainability in fish farming systems.
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Unique Paper ID: 160753

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1140 - 1149
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