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|Title: ||Environmental Impact Assessment 0\1 Brewery Effluent From International Beer and Beverages In~ustries (IBBI)Kaduna|
|Authors: ||OBI, EMMANUEL ODU|
|Issue Date: ||Apr-1994|
As the industrial output rises, improvements
are necessary in effluent treatment of the land/ water
and atmospheric environments are not to deteriorate.
In the course 05 this study, the extent of pollution were
evaluated with respect to some parameters. The
wastes (effluent) from International Beer and Beverage
industries (IBB) were sampled and analysed using
titrimetric and direct equipment read methods.
The results for the test liquid waste sample before discharge
were as follows pH, 9.8; chlorides 202 mg/l; total
hardness 94mg/l, calcium 60mg/l and magnessium 34mg/l and
after discharged are pH 9.0; chlorides 178 mg/l; total
hardness 80mg/l, chemical oxygen demand ("coD 69.6 mgjl;
calcium 49 mg/l and magnesium 34mg/l.
And that of the test solid waste sample as follows ph 8.3,
sulphate 67.3 mgj100g; calcium 53mgj100g and magnesium
31.2mgj100g sample A while sample B containing (waste soil
+ waste liquid) were analysed as follows pH 8.6; sulphate
96.1 mgj100g; calcium 56.2mg/100g and magnesium 34.2
mg/100g soil as recorded in Table 2.|
|Description: ||THIS PROJECT IS SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE
A WARD Of BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (B.ENG.) IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING|
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