Analysis Of Phytoremediation Techniques As A Methodology For Removal Of Organic Pollutants From Water

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  • Supriya Singh, Sudesh Kumar

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https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S09.133

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The wastewater treatment and its purification has been one of the key areas of focused research along with a critical demand keeping in view the current status of water table depletion and pollution. The purification of wastewater to be recycled for usage poses a practical solution which can be achieved through the phytoremediation techniques. The utilization of phytoactive plants to remove the organic pollutants from water using the phytodegradation and phytoextraction approaches through Eichhornia crassipes , an aquatic plant, commonly known as water hyacinth has yielded potentially significant results in water quality testing for wastewater recycling. This research targets the analysis of usage of species E. crassipes  for removal of organic pollutants through the water and plant analysis with clear benefits of being non-intrusive, higher filtration capacity and cost effective in developing countries. The implementation of phytoremediation techniques with combined crude industrial approaches of decreasing wastewater production will result in effective reduction in water wastage and deprivation. The acceptance of green technologies in the public domain remains a crucial step in the implementation of this research.

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2022-11-15 — Updated on 2022-11-15

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Supriya Singh, Sudesh Kumar. (2022). Analysis Of Phytoremediation Techniques As A Methodology For Removal Of Organic Pollutants From Water. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 1120–1135. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S09.133

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