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"Effect of Spent Wash Recycling on Fermentation of Corn

May 06, 2015 Abstract. Distilled spent wash obtained after the distillation of fermented corn mash was reused in various proportions, in the subsequent fermentations to replace the process water and to reduce the effluent treatment cost. Successive recyclings of dealcoholised laboratory wash were carried out at 50% as well as 100% level and the parameters were

Distillery spent wash: Treatment technologies and

Apr 15, 2009 Spent wash disposal into the environment is hazardous and has high pollution potential. High COD, total nitrogen and total phosphate content of the effluent may result in eutrophication of natural water bodies . The highly colored components of the spent wash reduce sunlight penetration in rivers, lakes or lagoons which in turn decrease both photosynthetic activity and dissolved oxygen concentration affecting aquatic life.

Effect of distillery spent wash on growth and annuus L

spent wash. Key Words :Spent wash, Sunflower, Productivity, Soil chemical properties, Economics How to cite this paper: Kavitha, H., Bhaskar, S. and Kavitha, M.Y. (2 014). Effect of distillery spent wash on growth and yield parameter of sunflower (Helianthus annuusL.) soil chemical properties and economics in dryland agro ecosystem.

Distillery spent wash: Treatment technologies and

Abstract Distillery spent wash is the unwanted residual liquid waste generated during alcohol production and pollution caused by it is one of the most critical environmental issue. Despite...

EFFECT OF DISTILLERY SPENT WASH ( DSW ) AND FERTILIZER ON

A field experiment was conducted with distillery spent wash (DSW) collected from Aska Co-operative Sugar Industries Ltd., Aska, Odisha, India and other two types of treatments viz; inorganic fertilizer and cow dung to observe a comparative effect on growth and chlorophyll content using sugarcane variety Co1274 as the test crop. The experiment was formulated with four treatments (50% DSW, 100%

Effect of distillery spent wash on productivity of Stevia

Stevia, a native plant of Paraguay, belongs to the family Asteraceae. It produces a non-caloric sweetener, and is an economically important medicinal plant used for a number of medical treatments. In India, distilleries are a major part of industry; they produce waste water called spent wash. This is rich in inorganic and organic salts that could be used as irrigation water to increase crop...

Rheological properties of concentrated distillery spent

Due to acidic pH and chloride contents of the spent wash, these multiple effect evaporators are prone to severe corrosion.

Treatment Methods of Distillary Spent Wash: A Review

product of sugar Industries. The effluent of distillery is known as spent wash. Spent wash is the approximately 13-16 times more by volume to that of the alcohol. It is highly organic brown in color. Following values are describes spent wash characteristics. 1. It has a BODof about 30,000 to 60,000mg/lit 2. COD of about 1,00,000 mg/lit 3.

Physico-chemical Characterization of Distillery Effluent

The wastewater generally known as ‘spent wash’ is one of the most difficult waste products to dispose off, because of low pH and dark brown colour. It has high chemical oxygen demand (COD) and biological oxygen demand (BOD), causing pollution in the receiving water. The Distillery effluent i.e. spent wash is of extremely polluting nature.

(PDF) Physico-chemical characteristics of spent-wash of

Different concentration distillery spent. wash application caused a sign ificant. increase in average heig ht of the plants, length of leaves, breadth of leaves, leaf area. index, girth of stem

Effects of spent wash (distillery effluent) on soil

The effects of different dilutions of fresh spent wash liquid (a dilute liquid organic matter with some fertilizer value) on salinity build-up in clay loam and silty clay soils and on the composition of soil leachates were studied. Results indicate that additions of dilute spent wash would not add soluble salts to the soil provided there was sufficient leaching of soil solution.

Effect of distillery spent wash on growth and annuus L

spent wash. Key Words :Spent wash, Sunflower, Productivity, Soil chemical properties, Economics How to cite this paper: Kavitha, H., Bhaskar, S. and Kavitha, M.Y. (2 014). Effect of distillery spent wash on growth and yield parameter of sunflower (Helianthus annuusL.) soil chemical properties and economics in dryland agro ecosystem.

Studies on the Impact of Irrigation of Distillery

The spent wash contained an excess of various forms of cations and anions, which are injurious to plant growth and these constituents should be reduced to beneficial level by diluting the spentwash, which can be used as a substitute for chemical fertilizer (Sahai et al., 1983).

BOTANY EFFECT OF DISTILLERY SPENT WASH (DSW) AND

Recent Research in Science and Technology 2011, 3(4): 169-176 ISSN: 2076-5061 recent-science BOTANY EFFECT OF DISTILLERY SPENT WASH (DSW) AND FERTILIZER ON GROWTH AND CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT OF SUGARCANE (SACCHARUM OFFICINARUM L.)PLANT P.Rath 1∗, G.Pradhan,M.K.Misra2 1Department of Botany, Aska Science College,

(PDF) Physico-chemical characteristics of spent-wash of

Distillery spent wash is a rich source of organic matter and nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and sulfur. In addition, it contains sufficient amount of micro-nutrients such

Research Article Effect of distillery spent wash on

Effect of distillery spent wash on macronutrients of vermicompost Hukkeri P.Aa*, Munnoli P. Ma and Gadag R. Bb aDepartment of Civil Engineering, SDM College of Engineering & Technology, Dharwad, India 580002. bDepartment of Civil Engineering, K L E College of Engineering & Technology, Belgaum, India 590008. Abstract

Distillery Effluent: Standards and Utilization Waste

Distillery effluent which is generally known as spent wash is a dark coloured waste and has high BOD & COD values. Despite the high BOD & COD it has very good concentration of Inorganic minerals which are the basic requirement of most of the crops and can be reutilized. pH 4.0-4.5. BOD 40,000-50,000 mg/L. COD- 90,000-1, 20,000 mg/L.

Effect of Biohythane Production from Distillery Spent Wash

Jul 12, 2019 Rapid development of the industrial and domestic sectors has led to the rise of several energy and environmental issues. In accordance with sustainable development and waste minimization issues, biohydrogen production along with biomethane production via two-stage fermentation process using microorganisms from renewable sources has received considerable attention.

The effect of industrial wastewater in seed Growth rate: A

spent wash treatments which was on par with 100 times diluted spent wash application, Karunyal, et al, 1994 [14]. Chinnusamy,et al, 2001 [15] Studied the effect of treated Oryza sativa L. Cv. Saka-4 and Pusa 44 after diluted with tap water viz., 100, 50 and 25% in Petri plates over the control. It

Distillery Industry Wastewater Treatment CivilDigital

Mar 15, 2017 The adverse environmental effects of disposal of untreated spent wash are avoided, but the high energy demand of the evaporation process that will in most cases be met by using fossil sources of energy should be taken into consideration. Composting: In this process, press mud generated from sugar mill is utilised to produce compost by mixing

The effect of phenolic acids and molasses spent wash

Nov 01, 1998 The effect of gallic acid, vanillic acid, and molasses spent wash (MSW) concentration on growth and decolourizing capability of four fungi (Geotrichum candidum, Coriolus versicolor, Phanerochaete chrysosporium and Mycelia sterilia) was studied.Fungal growth was inhibited to a varying extent in the presence of gallic and vanillic acid, except for G. candidum, which was unaffected by

Impact of Spent Wash on Black Soil Properties in Village

After the few day spent wash sprayed on the same field after six day samples were collected as per the recommended procedure and testing should be carried out and to observed the same properties. Present study deals with application of spent wash and effect on soil characteristics, its gives the beneficial impacts of spent wash on it

Effect of Activated Charcoal and Fly Ash on Spent Wash Quality

spent wash. 2. Effect of Different Textures of Activated Charcoal and Fly ash on Physico Chemical Characteristics of Distillery Spent Wash. 2. ACTIVATED CHARCOAL Activated charcoal, also called active carbon, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption.

Spent Wash Solid (SWS) and Spent Wash-Press Mud

increase and so that of the spent wash. 2. Material and methods A long term field experiment was started from the year 2012-13 to study the effect of Spent wash solids (SWS), Spent wash-press mud compost (SWC) and their interval of application on yield nutrient uptake by

Effect of distillery spent wash on growth and annuus L

spent wash. Key Words :Spent wash, Sunflower, Productivity, Soil chemical properties, Economics How to cite this paper: Kavitha, H., Bhaskar, S. and Kavitha, M.Y. (2 014). Effect of distillery spent wash on growth and yield parameter of sunflower (Helianthus annuusL.) soil chemical properties and economics in dryland agro ecosystem.

Studies on the Impact of Irrigation of Distillery

The spent wash contained an excess of various forms of cations and anions, which are injurious to plant growth and these constituents should be reduced to beneficial level by diluting the spentwash, which can be used as a substitute for chemical fertilizer (Sahai et al., 1983).

Spent Wash Solid (SWS) and Spent Wash-Press Mud

increase and so that of the spent wash. 2. Material and methods A long term field experiment was started from the year 2012-13 to study the effect of Spent wash solids (SWS), Spent wash-press mud compost (SWC) and their interval of application on yield nutrient uptake by

Impact of Spent Wash on Black Soil Properties in Village

After the few day spent wash sprayed on the same field after six day samples were collected as per the recommended procedure and testing should be carried out and to observed the same properties. Present study deals with application of spent wash and effect on soil characteristics, its gives the beneficial impacts of spent wash on it

The effect of phenolic acids and molasses spent wash

Nov 01, 1998 The effect of gallic acid, vanillic acid, and molasses spent wash (MSW) concentration on growth and decolourizing capability of four fungi (Geotrichum candidum, Coriolus versicolor, Phanerochaete chrysosporium and Mycelia sterilia) was studied.Fungal growth was inhibited to a varying extent in the presence of gallic and vanillic acid, except for G. candidum, which was unaffected by

Research Article Effect of distillery spent wash on

Effect of distillery spent wash on macronutrients of vermicompost Hukkeri P.Aa*, Munnoli P. Ma and Gadag R. Bb aDepartment of Civil Engineering, SDM College of Engineering & Technology, Dharwad, India 580002. bDepartment of Civil Engineering, K L E College of Engineering & Technology, Belgaum, India 590008. Abstract

Effect of Activated Charcoal and Fly Ash on Spent Wash Quality

spent wash. 2. Effect of Different Textures of Activated Charcoal and Fly ash on Physico Chemical Characteristics of Distillery Spent Wash. 2. ACTIVATED CHARCOAL Activated charcoal, also called active carbon, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption.

Effect of Different Textures of Activated Charcoal and

spent wash. 2. Effect of Different Textures of Activated Charcoal and Wood Ash on Physico Chemical Characteristics of Distillery Spent Wash. Activated Charcoal: Activated charcoal, also called active carbon, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption.

The effect of industrial wastewater in seed Growth rate: A

spent wash treatments which was on par with 100 times diluted spent wash application, Karunyal, et al, 1994 [14]. Chinnusamy,et al, 2001 [15] Studied the effect of treated Oryza sativa L. Cv. Saka-4 and Pusa 44 after diluted with tap water viz., 100, 50 and 25% in Petri plates over the control. It

Effect of Biohythane Production from Distillery Spent Wash

Jul 12, 2019 Rapid development of the industrial and domestic sectors has led to the rise of several energy and environmental issues. In accordance with sustainable development and waste minimization issues, biohydrogen production along with biomethane production via two-stage fermentation process using microorganisms from renewable sources has received considerable attention.

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ‘BOD’, ‘DO’ AND pH OF DISTILLERY

Spent wash also leads to significant levels of soil pollutionand acidification in the cases of inappropriate land discharge.It is reported to inhibit seed germination, reducesoil alkalinity, and cause soil manganese deficiency and damageagricultural crops [1] [18]. However, effect of distillery effluenton seed germination is governed by its

Efficacy of Distillery Spent Wash as an Economical Soil

Distillery spent wash is usually of high acidity and contains fair amount of Ca and Mg. Therefore, distillery spent wash can be used as an organic amendment in improving physical and chemical properties of soil [3]. The objective of the study is to test the efficiency of distillery spent wash as an effective soil amendment of sodic soil.

DISTILLERY EFFL UENT: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS- A

problems and prospects of distillery spent wash. Key wordsKey words: D istillery effluent, Spent wash, Pollution, Biological oxygen demand, Chemical oxygen demand. Although industrialization is believed to be the index of modernization, it has its unavoidable effects on the pollution of air, water and soil

WASTEWATER TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL DISTILLERY PLANT

distillery spent wash and the effluent of bio meth-anation plant treating distillery spent wash, could be drastically reduced if the thermal pretreatment is carried out at moderate temperatures and moderate pressures in the presence of some metal salts (Chaud-hari et al., 2005, 2008; Garg et al., 2005; Raju 2003; Garg 2005).

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