Effectiveness of Indigenous Lead (Pb) Reducing Bacteria Consortia of Waste Water Treatment in Agar Flour Industry

@inproceedings{Sadiyah2017EffectivenessOI,
  title={Effectiveness of Indigenous Lead (Pb) Reducing Bacteria Consortia of Waste Water Treatment in Agar Flour Industry},
  author={Wasiatus Sa'diyah and Endang Suarsini and Ibrohim Ibrohim},
  year={2017}
}
Lead (Pb) is known as toxic element in environment. It is produced from processing of Agar Flour industry activities. Enhancement of Pb in the waste water of agar flour is very dangerous for human health. Effect of lead damage some organ e.g. kidney, liver, and hair. Environment standard of lead concentration on waste water based on Governor of East Java Regulation No. 72 of 2013 is 1 mg.L -1 , otherwise, initial lead levels of waste water are 3.114 mg.L -1 . The aim of the research is reducing… CONTINUE READING

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