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Treatment of Water by using Natural Coagulant

Author : P.S. Randive 1 V.P. Varghese 2 D.P. Singh 3 A.M. Badar 4

Date of Publication :24th January 2018

Abstract: Water treatment plants use a variety of chemicals to remove contaminants that affect the taste, odour, cloudiness and overall safety of the water. The natural coagulant is a natural based coagulant that can be used in coagulation process of water treatment for reducing turbidity. The paper presents the investigation of the coagulation-flocculation potential of coagulants derived from plants, such as Cactus opuntia, Kidney bean and Cicer arientinum, for removing the turbidity from synthetic turbid water prepared from local clay with the effect of Jet for mixing

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