Characteristics of Stored Rain Water and Its Treatment Technology Using Moringa Seeds - Volume 2, No.1, January, 2013 - IJLBPR
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Characteristics of Stored Rain Water and Its Treatment Technology Using Moringa Seeds

R. Joshua1 and V. Vasu2
1. Selection Grade Lecturer, Mohamed Sathak Polytechnic College, Kilakarai, Tamil Nadu, India.
2. School of Physics, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Abstract—The physical and chemical characteristics on water quality parameters were analyzed for the random samples collected from different locations in Ramanathapuram district of Tamilnadu. It reports that except, turbidity and iron all other parameters were found within the permissible limit, prescribed by the standard health organization. For usage it should be treated by natural coagulation method with moringa seeds. The study explain how the natural coagulant solution was prepared with moringa seeds and the required proportion it should be added with the stored water. Further, how this technology could be transferred for rural application to provide safe and potable drinking water from the stored rain water. Community model may be established near the rain water harvesting points in every village to solve the issue on drinking water problem

Index Terms—Potable drinking water for rural population, Stored rain water, Treatment material, Moringa seeds, Technology for community models

Cite: R. Joshua and V. Vasu, "Characteristics of Stored Rain Water and Its Treatment Technology Using Moringa Seeds," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 155-174, January 2013.
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