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Bioremediation of Cr(VI) Contaminated Soil and Aquifers

A technology for the bioremediation of Cr(VI) contaminated soil and aquifers is developed. This technology has been used in many industrial sites for bioremediation. This technology uses bacteria for reducing Cr(VI) to Cr(III).These bacteria are isolated from contaminated soil. They are not genetically modified. Hence, there is no threat to local flora and fauna....

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Complete Treatment of Coke-Oven Wastewater

Coke-Oven wastewater contains phenolic compounds, poly-nuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, and cyanides. This is a very complex wastewater. Many of the conventional wastewater treatment technologies often fail to treat such wastewaters. We have developed a hybrid system for the complete treatment of Coke-Oven wastewater. This consists of anaerobic, anoxic and oxic systems followed by a photocatalytic polishing unit. The treated wastewater meets the discharge standards....

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VOC treatment from Paint industries

The VOC emissions from paint industry typically contain low concentration mixture of various VOC species. High flow rate, low heat value gaseous emissions are generally considered un-economical for the application of physico-chemical processes involving thermal oxidation because of their auxiliary fuel or chemical requirement. We have developed a biological system for the treatment of VOC emissions from paint industry. The system uses acclimatized micro organisms and doesn't need any chemical addition. There will not be any sludge generation....

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Onsite wastewater treatment systems

a) Constructed wetlands for Grey water treatment A hybrid constructed wetland is being developed for the treatment of grey water. This system needs minimal operation and maintenance and no power or chemical requirement. The treated water from the system meets the requirements of recycling for toilet flushing, gardening etc. The system works on the principle of biodegradation, phyto-remediation and physico-chemical processes....

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