Improving the Performance of Industrial Effluent Treatment by Phytoremediation method using Water Hyacinth (Eichhorniacrassipes) and Data Management in Big Data

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M. R. Sundarakumar, D. Salangai Nayagi, Amutha R., Vedhanayakisri

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           This article main objective is to decontaminationthe industrial effluent using water hyacinth (leaves stem and root). It is one of the obligate water plant types and it forms intense free-floating mat that cause massive environmental and social problems. This paper deals with the suitability and efficacy of water hyacinth leaves, stem and root parts for the decontamination of industrial effluent. Three parts of water hyacinth was used in this study and each experiment was practiced two times. No water has to be followed in these treatments include, powder and liquid plant parts were used to decontaminate the effluent. Refining the water control products on effluent wasquick during the 21 days in the mess cultured with water and there was less decontamination of effluent in for using long time. The Industrial effluent contains several contaminants like nitrogen, potassium, suspended solids, phenols, chloroform and fluorides which are analyzed by the Water quality test. Furthermore, the reading for various parameters such as BOD (Biological oxygen demand), COD (Chemical oxygen demand), TDS (Total dissolved solids), TSS (Total suspended solids), Turbidity and chloride.  The color of effluent has been periodically taken every 24hr for 3-5days. The effect of WH has resulted in a decrease in turbidity and other impurities. The results have stored in a cloud storage database and will be analyzed with the help of big data analytics for developing the usage of water hyacinth.        

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M. R. Sundarakumar, D. Salangai Nayagi, Amutha R., Vedhanayakisri. (2021). Improving the Performance of Industrial Effluent Treatment by Phytoremediation method using Water Hyacinth (Eichhorniacrassipes) and Data Management in Big Data. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 4949–4966. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6356
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