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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF SUGAR INDUSTRY EFFLUENTS OF GAYATHRI SUGAR FACTORY NIZAMABAD DISTRICT, TELANGANA STATE

BondugulaVanitha*, Dr. Nirmala Babu Rao,

Journal Title:World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
Abstract


Present work is based on the physico chemical analysis of effluents released from gayathriSugarFactory. Sugar mills place a major rolling polluting the water bodies by discharging a l arge amount of waste water as effluent. The sugar mill effluent are having high amount of Suspended solids, dissolvesolids, BOD,COD, Chlorides, Sulphates, Nitrates, Calcium and Magnesium. The Continuous use of the Effluents harmfully affects the crops when used for Irrigation. It was found that the sugar industries consume large amount of water and released almost equal amount effluent containing highly toxic material in solid and dissolve form. Sugar Factory effluents was more worst like Average values of lower PH (6.2), high temperature (42 ?c),chloride (862mg/ lit), total hardness (571mg/lit), calcium (362 mg/Lit), Magnesium (211 mg/Lit), total solids (2452 mg /Lit),Total Dissolved solids (1915 mg/Lit), Total Suspended Solids (542 mg/Lit), Nitrate (0.8 Mg/Lit), Phosphate (9.8mg/Lit), Sulphate (49.3 mg/Lit) and Oil & Grees (87.8 mg/Lit). And finally this water is Unsafe for domestic and agriculture purposes. Therefore it should be recycled and utilized for Industrial purpose only.

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