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From the blog

Anaerobic Treatment of Wastewater for Production of Biogas

The anaerobic treatment of waste consists of primarily four stages where different microorganisms act in an oxygen-free environment and produce methane-CH4.

A Peek into the History of Wastewater Treatment

The process mainly contained three stages namely: Primary treatment, Secondary Treatment, and Tertiary Treatment. In the primary treatment, large objects, solids are screened using filters and removed. In the secondary treatment, more solid particles and organic matter present in the wastewater is removed using biological treatment. In the tertiary process, disinfection or chlorination takes place to make the effluent good enough to be released or reused.

Our Oceans – Every Drop Counts

We humans have the tendency to generate waste and sewage wherever we live without thinking about the need to dispose of it holistically. The raw sewage that has been fed into Oceans not only disturbs its ecosystem but poses a great threat of disease to the marine flora-fauna as well as humans.

Impact of Covid-19 On Fish Farming & Advantages of Biofloc Technology

Aquaculture is carried out with staggering amounts of water. The floc or biofloc are probiotic organisms held together by electrostatic attraction and bound by bacterial mucous. And it acts as a rich protein-lipid natural source of food & probiotics for fish.

Hydroponics: The Future Of Farming And Gardening

Covid-19 pandemic has restricted food supply and created a need for nations to move towards self-sufficiency in terms of food. hydroponic farming can be to overcoming a food crisis. As the system is controlled, fresh produce is possible throughout the year and it negates the effect of bad weather conditions.

The Role of Soil Conditioning for Farming and Gardening Health in Myanmar

Located in south-east Asia, Myanmar is well known for the different climatic conditions like tropical, subtropical and sub temperate. The summer, rainy and winter seasons make it a place full of plant biodiversity and consequently it grows more than 60 kinds of crops.