“ Oil Injustice ” in Nigeria ’ s Niger Delta Region : A Call for Responsive Governance

  title={“ Oil Injustice ” in Nigeria ’ s Niger Delta Region : A Call for Responsive Governance},
  author={Ravipratap Singh and Rohan Birru and G. Sibi},
Urban wastewater contains both organic and inorganic nutrients and discharge of untreated water increases nitrogen and phosphorous content in water bodies leading to eutrophication problem. Physical and chemical treatment of urban waste water produces large quantities of waste sludge associated with secondary pollution. Microalgae can assimilate nutrients especially nitrogen and phosphorous from wastewater for their growth and produce valuable biomass and lipid. This study was performed to… CONTINUE READING


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