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Title: WATER AND WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT IN A SOFT DR IN K IN DU STRY
Authors: EKE, NNABUIKE CELESTINE
Issue Date: Nov-2007
Abstract: This project IS concerned with Water and wastewater management III a soft drink industry. The soft drink industry uses the multiple barrier water treatment systems, which , is a very effective approach to water treatment. It consists of enhanced filtration process; alkalinity reduction (if needed), disinfections (to control micro organisms); carbon purification (to control taste, odour, organics, chlorine), polishing filtration (to control appearance) of their source water, which is groundwater (private borehole). The soft drink industry uses the activated sludge process, which is also an effective process of treating wastewater. Effluent (wastewater) monitoring of the soft drink industry's discharge was carried out for the months of May 2007, June 2007, July 2007, and August 2007. The parameters monitored include: pH, total suspended solid (TSS),biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), oil and grease, lead, copper, zinc, total dissolved solids (TDS), phosphorus, nitrogen, total settle able solids, temperature and total coli form. The results of the effluent monitoring for all the parameters were below FEP A standards, hence the soft drink,industry complies with the rules laid down by FEPA. Because their wastewater is not toxic' and it is treated, before disposal, the activated sludge process of treating wastewater in the soft drink industry is a very effective approach of wastewater treatment.
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