Case Studies

Delhi Golf Club New Delhi, India

As the population increases threat to the ecological system becomes inevitable. Billions of lives have become part of this gamble that mankind plays. Water pollution is one of the most adverse environmental pollutions. Water is the most essential factor that is required by the living form to sustain in the universe.

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Sungai Gong, Malaysia

The report highlights the Carbon, Nitrogen and Phosphorous fixation through PhycoRemediation. Phyco-Remediation of polluted waters through targeted Nano scale Nutrients is anovel technique for rapid, insitu remediation of lotic (flowing) wastewater bodies. The process involves high pressure dosing of Nano Nutrients Aquaritin and Microbial formulations in the waterbody in a ratio of 1:1. The process delivers improved water quality as well as nutrient assimilation by micro-organisms in water.

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Kirari Suleiman Drain,Delhi

Pre-treatment water sample was collected by the Delhi Jal Board by DTQC Team collected had parameters that were much beyond the range. BoD was 125 mg/l and Ammonia was at 34 mg/L. The drain water was deep black in colour indicating the level of contamination from domestic, commercial and industrial effluents. The drain had a very strong foul smell which was apparent even far away.

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Nag River, Nagpur, India

There are numerous examples of the Govt and Private entities trying to remediate polluted rivers. The notable examples in India are that of Ganga and Yamuna rivers. Despite numerous STPs installed at a huge expense, there is little to show as improvement in Water Quality. The common refrain is that the STPs were able to arrest the decline in Water Quality.

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UKM IWK Kajang, Malaysia

New Alternative in Managing Sewage Treatment Plant with usage of Bio Technology Nutrients.

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UKM IWK Selayang, Malaysia

New Alternative in Managing Sewage Treatment Plant with usage of Bio Technology Nutrients.

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Palm Oil Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP), Malaysia

New Alternative Way in Managing Palm Oil Mill Effluent through Enhanced Phytoremediation and Bioremediation.

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