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Bioremediation of biomethanated distillery effluent before discharge to reduce contamination of aquatic sources
Water and Society
The effluents from distilleries which contain colored pigments such as Melanoidin, Caramel and Alkaline Degradation Products (ADP) responsible for its dark brown color, high-suspended solids, high concentration of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), besides causing aesthetic damage to nearby aquatic sources, are toxic to resident flora and fauna. Anaerobic digestion (Biomethanation) of effluents containing Molasses Spent Wash is one of the treatments followed bydoi:10.2495/ws110231 fatcat:vclb52f77rfk7bcucvo47vdnsy