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Indigenous State-of-The-Art Technology Development for Distillery Effluents: An organic biochemical reagent for productive soils by means of Aerobic Sponge Method Vermitechnology (ASMV)

N.S. Sunitha and C.Seenappa

Journal Title:Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Distilleries in India face a problem by the State and Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)s directions of zero-effluent discharge. The work encompasses the conversion of liquidstate distillery effluents into solid-state-vermicompost by the creation of aerobic sponge beds of estimated quantities of biosolids of pressmud and cocopith keeping in mind the SPCB (state) and CPCB (central) Rules and regulationsIn the current research paper, an efficient use of distillery effluents with biosolids of pressmud and cocopith has been made use of in the indigenous state-of-the-art ASMV technology based on natures simple laws of evaporation techniques by creating natural vent processes without any mechanical aerators in the Phase I operation through estimated quantities of biosolids and calculated levels of distillery effluents. In Phase II operative processes a simple stabilization process with water for 2-3 weeks was carried out and followed by vermiprocesses has been shown thro ASMV technology making way to cottage industry within the distillery premises and the same has been illustrated as here