Waste Water Characterisation of Milk Processing Industry
L. Maria Subashini1, B. Saritha2, B. Kaviya3
1L. Maria subashini, Assistant Professor, Department of civil Engineering, Bharath Institute of education and research, Chennai, Tamilnadu. India.
2Dr. B.Saritha, Associate Professor, Department of civil Engineering, Bharath Institute of education and research, Chennai, Tamilnadu India.
3B. Kaviya, Assistant Professor, Department of civil Engineering, Bharath Institute of education and research, Chennai, Tamilnadu. India.
Manuscript received on 04 July 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 17 July 2019 | Manuscript Published on 23 August 2019 | PP: 464-466 | Volume-8 Issue-9S3 August 2019 | Retrieval Number: I30870789S319/2019©BEIESPP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I3087.0789S319
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Abstract: Contamination acknowledged by present day and dairy effluents is a genuine pressure all through the world (Braio and Granhem, 2007).Of every single mechanical improvement, the sustenance area has apparently the most astounding utilization of water and is perhaps the best maker of profluent per unit of creation regardless of conveying, other than to make a tremendous volume of seepage in like manner treatment (Ramjeawon, 2000).The dairy industry is an example of this segment. Dairy is an industry where milk is prepared and particular milk things are made. Dairy, in which the cleaning storerooms, tanks, heat exchangers, homogenizers, channels and other apparatus, prompts a lot of gushing with a high normal weight. This ordinary weight is commonly included by mil(raw material and dairy things), inorganic salts, synthetic substances, sanitizers utilized for washing mirroring a profluent with a great deal of mix oxygen request (COD), biochemical oxygen request (BOD), oils and oil, nitrogen and phosphorus than the fated farthest compasses of BIS.
Keywords: Dairy waste water, alkalinity, nitrates, water quality
Scope of the Article: Small Batch Manufacturing