International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part D (2016)
Effect of dairy industry effluent on living organisms
RA Vignesh, P Meenakshi, A Padma, N Sahaja, N Aarthi, Dr. Johanna Rajkumar, Dr. D Sridhar
Environmental pollution is one of the most hazardous problems prevailing in the current world. For the safe and secure future of this world a proper pollution management system have to be implemented to control the rising level of pollution in the environment. Recycling of the effluents is considered as a better choice to reduce the pollutants in the environment rather than treating the effluent which demands a higher cost for the process. In this paper it is Shorty discussed about the effect of milk industry effluents on living organisms, so it will give a clear idea whether the milk industry effluent can be recycled and used as a supplement for growth of the organisms. In this current study the growth rate of Nostoc sp (Algae) and plant Abelmoschus esculentuswas studied to determine the effect of milk industry effluent. It has been found that the milk industry effluent contains the essential nutrients required for the growth of the organisms and enhances their rate of growth.
How to cite this article:
RA Vignesh, P Meenakshi, A Padma, N Sahaja, N Aarthi, Dr. Johanna Rajkumar, Dr. D Sridhar. Effect of dairy industry effluent on living organisms. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(3):229-232.