PURIFYING WASTEWATER USING EARTHEN MATERIALS AND NANO MEMBRANES
Journal: Journal CleanWAS (JCleanWAS)
Author: Muhammad Shahzaib, Shahbaz Nasir Khan
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Water purification for human consumption purposes consists in the removal of different contaminants as chemicals (i.e., pollutants, toxic metals), biological contaminants (algae, bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses), suspended solids, and gases. But we will use simple method to clean water which has algae, parasites activities, etc. by simple gravel, sand, and earthen materials. Filtration is the process in which the solid particles are removed in a liquid or gaseous fluid are removed by use of filter medium. And control the amount of TDS, EC, pH, and other parameters. We applied simple law of physics that is gravity. We filtered the wastewater from tube containing layer of earthen materials and lastly, we filtered the semi cleaned water from UV membranes (Nano membrane). We used three boxes in which 1st box had small gravels and in other 2nd box had sand and charcoal passed through water from these medium and final products collect in 3rd box and checked the different medias of water. This experiment was performed with different sources of water, and this gave good results with good efficiency of medias like TDS, EC, PH etc. this experiment is performed with low income and with the help of natural coagulants.