Reed bed systems for treatment of poultry pre-treated waste water

  • Revathi Devaraj Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Chemical Engineering (SCALE), VIT University, Vellore -632014, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Venkata Ravibabu Mandla Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Chemical Engineering (SCALE), VIT University, Vellore -632014, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Sannidhi Krishna Praveen Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Chemical Engineering (SCALE), VIT University, Vellore -632014, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Jaydeep Lella Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Chemical Engineering (SCALE), VIT University, Vellore -632014, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract

The wastewater released by poultry businesses are portrayed for the most part by high biochemical oxygen request, high suspended solids and complex blend of fats, proteins and fibers requiring orderly treatment before transfer. Due to the increase in usage of water, waste water generation is high and also constitutes high concentration of pollutants comprising with wide range. Degree of treatment required for poultry processors and it have the option of utilising Physical, Chemical and Organic treatment frameworks. Every framework sort possesses unique treatment favourable circumstances and operational troubles. Among the diverse treatment, Reed Bed Treatment System is good alternative and effective system for treating the poultry waste water. This review article is focused performance of reed bed system, design consideration and remove methods.       

Keywords: Design, Reed Bed, Removal methods, Phosphorus, Treatment, Total Nitrogen, Wastewater, Pathogenic Bacteria

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2016-10-18
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Revathi Devaraj, Venkata Ravibabu Mandla, Sannidhi Krishna Praveen, & Jaydeep Lella. (2016). Reed bed systems for treatment of poultry pre-treated waste water . International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7(4), 245-249. Retrieved from https://pharmascope.org/index.php/ijrps/article/view/1278
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