BIODEGRADATION OF PULP WASTE EFFLUENT FROM T.N.P.L. BY BACILLUS SP.V. KAMALAVENI AND V. PRABAKARAN
The present investigation is an attempt to address the concern for pulp, waste effluents water of T.N.P.L karur, by using microorganism Bacillus subtilis sp, to assess the biodegradation of effluents. The pulp waste effluents were collected and their physic chemical; characteristic were studied. Besides, the optimum temperatures for the growth of microorganism were found to be 37° c and optimum pH was found to be 6.5-7. The level of B.O.D and C.O.D was found to be reduced during 25 days of exposure. The present study suggested that using sporulating organisms like Bacillus. The biodegradation of paper mill effluents can be achieved as an eco-friendly novel alternative compared to traditional chemical treatment
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