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Eco-Friendly Way of Treating Water
A team from the Centre for Pollution Control and Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering and Technology, Pondicherry University installed a low-cost and eco-friendly wastewater treatment plant.

The plant, based on a technology called ‘SHEFROL’ (sheet flow root level), has been designed by Professor S.A. Abbasi from Pondicherry University, and is a bio-reactor which uses the water hyacinth to absorb nutrients, pathogens and microorganisms from water. Grey water or domestic sewage from 38 houses is fed into the plant which measures around 9 meters by 2 meters, and has a capacity of 10,000 liters.



 
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