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Article

Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Waters of Lomé Lagoon System (Togo)

1Laboratoire de Chimie des Eaux, Faculté Des Sciences, Université de Lomé, Lomé, Togo

2Groupement de Recherche Eau Sol Environnement, Faculté des Sciences et Techniques, Université de Limoges, Limoges Cedex, France


American Journal of Environmental Protection. 2015, 3(4), 145-150
doi: 10.12691/env-3-4-5
Copyright © 2015 Science and Education Publishing

Cite this paper:
Ayah M., Grybos M., Bawa L. M., Bril H., Djaneye-Boudjou G.. Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Waters of Lomé Lagoon System (Togo). American Journal of Environmental Protection. 2015; 3(4):145-150. doi: 10.12691/env-3-4-5.

Correspondence to: Ayah  M., Laboratoire de Chimie des Eaux, Faculté Des Sciences, Université de Lomé, Lomé, Togo. Email: a8yann@hotmail.com

Abstract

The aims of study is to distinguish the different origins of dissolved organic matter and emphasizes the spatial variations of dissolved organic matter quality in Lomé lagoon system composed by three lakes and Equilibrium canal. The results showed that, the three lakes of Lomé are dominated by biological dissolved organic matter (HIX < 4) except the site O11 (HIX = 5.75) with high biological activity (BIX included between 0.8 and 1). This high biological activity could due to the water contribution from north plateau and offshore bar. Apart from O11 and C4 the information brought by the ratio Iγ/Iα shows that the dissolved organic matter of the lagoon is autochthonous and composed by labile organic compounds. Lomé lagoon system is composed in majority by humic substances with a small amount of microbial products.

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Article

Assessing Heavy Metals Pollution in the Agricultural Lands of Gaza Strip that Has Undergone Three Successive Wars

1Environmental Engineering Department. The Islamic University of Gaza, P.O.Box. 108 Gaza

2Department of Chemistry. The Islamic University of Gaza, P.O.Box. 108 Gaza


American Journal of Environmental Protection. 2015, 3(4), 151-158
doi: 10.12691/env-3-4-6
Copyright © 2015 Science and Education Publishing

Cite this paper:
Al- Najar, H. Alrayes N., Dokhan Al., Saqer A., Silmi R., S. Al-Kurdi. Assessing Heavy Metals Pollution in the Agricultural Lands of Gaza Strip that Has Undergone Three Successive Wars. American Journal of Environmental Protection. 2015; 3(4):151-158. doi: 10.12691/env-3-4-6.

Correspondence to: Al-  Najar, Environmental Engineering Department. The Islamic University of Gaza, P.O.Box. 108 Gaza. Email: halnajar@iugaza.edu.ps

Abstract

The intensive airstrikes on agricultural lands in the Gaza Strip create craters of 20 m diameter and 10 m depths. Samples from the craters are collected from fourteen different locations, were analyzed to assess the impact of war activities on soil pollution. Soil samples were analyzed for major heavy metals (Ni, Cr, Cu, Mn, Co and Pb) by using hotplate digestion and A Perkin-Elmer Analyst 600 GF-AAS analyzer, equipped with pyrolytically coated graphite tube with integrated platform Zeeman background and correction. The results showed that most of the soils had mean Ni concentration that was over four times higher than the control, Cr was five times, Cu was thirty one times higher, Mn was greatly higher than the control (114 times), Co was five times higher while Pb was twelve times higher than the control. Due to its texture, some samples from sandy soil origins had not significant higher metals concentration than the control. Ni, Cr, Cu, Mn, Co and Pb clearly contributed by the content of munitions of the airstrike. Soil pollution by Cu, Mn and Pb was more widespread than the other heavy metals, which was contributed mostly by munitions. The results also indicate that the concentration of specific heavy metals depends on the type of the explosives material and the soil texture. The current research highlighted the danger and risk of munitions on the agricultural lands. It is highly recommend for the relevant institutions to monitor and follow up research program to investigate the fate of the metals in soil, groundwater and food chain to protect the environment and health.

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Article

Treatment of Distillery Spent Wash by Using Chemical Coagulation (CC) and Electro - coagulation [EC]

1D. Y. Patil College of Engineering and Technology Pimpri, Pune, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharashtra, India

2Department of Civil Engineering, S. B. Patil College of Engineering, Indapur, Dist: Pune-413106, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharashtra, India


American Journal of Environmental Protection. 2015, 3(5), 159-163
doi: 10.12691/env-3-5-1
Copyright © 2015 Science and Education Publishing

Cite this paper:
Manoj. P. Wagh, P. D. Nemade. Treatment of Distillery Spent Wash by Using Chemical Coagulation (CC) and Electro - coagulation [EC]. American Journal of Environmental Protection. 2015; 3(5):159-163. doi: 10.12691/env-3-5-1.

Correspondence to: Manoj.  P. Wagh, D. Y. Patil College of Engineering and Technology Pimpri, Pune, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharashtra, India. Email: profmpwagh@gmail.com

Abstract

There is an urgent need to find best suitable economic technology to knock out the problems due to distillery industries creating pollution and ecological imbalance. In the present study electro-coagulation treatment is carried out by using different combination of aluminum and iron electrodes in a batch reactor. Also chemical coagulation treatment is carried out by using alum and lime dose to treat distillery spent wash. Maximum 96.09% colour removal was obtained by using Al-Al electrodes for pH 8 and maximum COD removal was obtained 85.7 % by using Al-Al electrodes for pH 3. Further experiments are carried out by using alum and lime coagulant dose to treat distillery spent wash maximum 66. 27 % COD was removed by using alum. Alum is more effective than lime to remove chemical oxygen demand.

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