Review onadvancement in treatment of industrial effluent from different sources
shivani sharma, dr anjani kumar dwivedi
Industrial growth, Environmental degradation, Resource recovery, Challenges and perspectives, Recent developments, Hybrid/integrated system effluent Treatment Plants (ETP)
While the people have benefited from the industrial sector's recent rapid development, it has also produced copious amounts of effluent that contain harmful elements including hydrocarbons, nitrogen, phosphorus, and heavy metals that have a disastrous effect on both the environment and human health. While industrial effluent treatment is seeing technological breakthroughs, there is a growing body of research focusing on hybrid systems that can recover resources from wastewater in a feasible, cost-effective, and time-saving manner. The main objective of this paper is to examine, suggest, and discuss the various industries' processes and products, the amount of effluents they produce, the most cutting-edge theoretical and scientific advancements in treatment techniques to get rid of toxic substances and disintegrating matter, as well as the difficulties and future directions in these developments. The review's conclusions evaluate novel environmentally friendly technologies, offer insight into the effectiveness of removing contaminants, and help understand how different treatment combinations break down harmful substances. We are gravely concerned about the emergence of novel technology for the treatment of wastewaters from diverse industries. While a large number of research papers have been published on waste water pollution control studies, relatively little research has been done on the treatment of wastewater from the different industry, particularly with regard to the design and development of industrial effluent treatment plants (ETP) systems. The study project will also benefit from the recycling and reuse of water and sludge from other industries.
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Unique Paper ID: 165439

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1

Page(s): 808 - 813
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