FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
2022 Vol.28 No.2 PP 223-230
Study on the use of algal biomass in removal of dyes from Aqueous systems
*Bal Mukund Seth and Ashok Singh
P.G.Department of Botany,
*Corresponding Author : E-mail: bmseth317@gmail.com
Present study provides direct information regarding the potential of algal biomass in removing dyes from wastewaters and multi-component systems. Algal community growing in natural water streams of nearby area of Jaunpur district will be grown in the laboratory in different culture media such as AAP, BG 11 and CHU 10 will be employed. Different algae will be expected to show varying affinity for the different media as these media have varying compositions. Textile effluent pollution levels might fluctuate over time. Furthermore, heavy metals, which are either used or produced as by-products of various dyeing and sizing processes, are now common and persistent in textile effluents. Textile effluents were collected from industrial sites based on ease of access and availability of the industry. Effluents were collected from discharge outlets of an ETP located outside of a textile dyeing factory in this location for this investigation and were labelled as JTE (Jaunpur Textile Effluent). It should be noted that the effluents utilised in this investigation were taken from the discharge ports of an ETP located directly outside a textile dyeing factory in Jaunpur District. The findings also show that the effluents have an impact on water quality, which has the potential to cause serious ecological as well as other healthcare catastrophes in the future. The isotherm simulation revealed that the Langmuir isotherm equation, rather than the Freundlich equation, might better represent adsorption on nanoalumina. Nanoalumina may be made in a straightforward and cost-effective manner.

KEY WORDS : Algal Biomass, Industrial effluents, Pollution, Removal of Dyes
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