Removal of Heavy Metals from Waste Water Using Water

@inproceedings{Hyacinth2010RemovalOH,
  title={Removal of Heavy Metals from Waste Water Using Water},
  author={Hyacinth and Alexandre Lissy and B. Dr. G. Madhu},
  year={2010}
}
-Water pollution has become one of the most serious problems of today’s civilization. In the last few years considerable amount of research has been done on the potential of aquatic macrophytes for pollutant removal or even as bio-indicators for heavy metals in aquatic ecosystems. Water hyacinth is one of the aquatic plant species successfully used for wastewater treatment. It is very efficient in removing pollutants like suspended solids, BOD, organic matter, heavy metals and pathogens. This… CONTINUE READING
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