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Soil Sediment Sampling

Soil Sediment Sampling

Soil sediment and Contamination Lynn Anders defined soil sediment sampling as a process which occurs as an outcome of soil movement, also called as erosion usually by means of water. Moving water from sources such as stream, river or rainfall runs off over the soil surface and washes debris along with soil, and the soil components that settle down constitute soil sediments. Soil Sediment and Contamination…

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Indoor Air Quality:The Ultimate Guide

Indoor Air Quality:The Ultimate Guide

One of the most common misconceptions is the outdoor air is more polluted than indoor air. But the truth is indoor air quality can be more polluted than outdoor air quality due to walls, paints, new mattress, dust etc. hence Indoor air quality (IAQ) is more important as we spend around 70%. If you are new to Indoor air quality and want to learn more about it, then you are…

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Risk assessment in Industry:Easy Steps

Risk assessment in Industry:Easy Steps

Risk assessment is the process of thinking about what might cause harm to people and deciding what steps needs to be taken to avoid them. While maintaining health and safety of business everyone must control risks in their workplace. Risk assessment is not about filling your cupboards with BIG books, journals and paperwork. (We should seriously reduce use of paper considering amount of trees are being cut). It is about what…

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How to Reduce Air Pollution from Industries

How to Reduce Air Pollution from Industries

We can reduce air pollution from industries or factories by using public transport to travel, increasing efficiency of equipments to consume less energy and opting for natural gas. Nowadays environmental pollution has become a critical issue due to increased demand to products and development. Due to deforestation and industrialization, air quality is constantly degrading year on year. Any type of air pollution has sources of industrial activities is known as…

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Effects of Holi festival

Effects of Holi festival

What is Holi festival? Holi is known as festival of colours. It is celebrated at the end of winter season every year which usually falls in later part of February or start of the March. In most of the regions Holi lasts for two days. This article explains the effects of Holi festival on the the Environment. Holi Celebrations On first day participants hold bonfire which is called as “Holika…

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Fire Safety : Facts Everyone Should Know About

Fire Safety : Facts Everyone Should Know About

Whether you are working in IT industry or manufacturing industry no matter what business you are running, fire safety always should be a major concern. We cannot stop accidents from happening but we can prevent them from happening How do fire start? In order to prevent fire, we need to understand how do fire start. There are three things need to be present to start fire. Fuel: fuel can be…

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Sewage Treatment Plant Process STP

Sewage Treatment Plant Process STP

Sewage treatment plant process includes sewage treatment on primary, Secondary or biological and tertiary treatment process to improve quality of wastewater for recycle. With increasing infrastructural development and water usage for various purposes such as domestic and commercial, there is generation of waste water. What is sewage? Sewage comprises waste water generated from households, hotels and may include industrial waste water. Sewer What type of waste…

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How to Get MPCB Consent?

How to Get MPCB Consent?

Every manufacturing company needs to take necessary approvals from pollution control boards (PCB). Getting consent i.e. NOC from PCB is very tedious process, if all rules and regulations followed properly, then one can get consent within one month. This article answers common questions asked around the topic how to get MPCB consent. We get many questions about how to get MPCB consent to operate, what are their charges /fees, how…

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Air Quality in India (With Interesting Statistics)

Air Quality in India (With Interesting Statistics)

In recent Study, The popular website “theguardian” said that Delhi, Patna, Gwalior, Raipur, Lucknow are the most polluted cities in the world. Out of top 10 polluted cities 5 are having worse air quality in India, which is very shocking for Indian citizens. We know that air exists since our birth, that it has ample supply, and is also used by other living beings for breathing. Air is a mixture of…

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Air Quality Monitoring In india

Air Quality Monitoring In india

Since childhood we have been studying about air pollution, its effect on the environment and various factors causing air pollution. However, this kind of education is just limited to studies and exams as many people forget this information over a period of time.  How many of us are really bothered about the air pollution what can be done to prevent it and to what extent? Let’s learn about method of…

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