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Volume & Issue no: Volume 7, Issue 2, March - April 2018

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Title:
Site Suitability For Sewage Treatment Plant
Author Name:
T.Subramani, S.Sekar, J.Kotteswaran, I.Bosco, Geo.J.Anand
Abstract:
Abstract: Site suitability evaluation for waste management is becoming a major criteria for defending the environmental degradation. If proper location for the treatment plant is not selected then it may lead to soil degradation and ground water pollution. Textile processing units in Erode, Karur, Salem and Tirupur districts of Tamilnadu, India generates chemically toxic waste water there by polluting sub-soil and surface water of water bodies in particular River Cauvery. Erode district, a model Common effluent treatment plant (CETP) was promoted by State Industrial Promotion Corporation of Tamilnadu Ltd., at Perundurai with 14 textile units as stake holders. Waste water from textile processing units contains a complex mixture of dyes, which are highly resistant to conventional treatment technology. Waste water from textile processing units contains a complex mixture of dyes, which are highly resistant to conventional treatment technology. As the characteristics of wash water effluent and dye bath effluent are variable, various physical, chemical and biological treatment methods are adopted for the treatment. Most of the perennial rivers in Tamilnadu have less surface flow water and dried during summer season. Potential sites for the treatment plant are evaluated using suitability score based on planning and design constraints, including ground slope, landuse pattern, and distance to river and roads. Ground control point (GCP) collected by ground point survey (GPS) and topographical map of the study area. The maps were prepared by overlay and suitability analysis of geographic information system (GIS), remote sensing techniques and multi criteria analysis methods. The final suitability map was prepared by overlay analyses on Arc map and levelled as high, moderate, less suitable, and unsuitable regions of the study area were determined. Hence, the capacity to use GIS and remote sensing technology for the effective identification of suitable solid waste dumping site will minimize the environmental risk and human health problems. Keywords: Site, Suitability, Sewage, Treatment, Plant
Cite this article:
T.Subramani, S.Sekar, J.Kotteswaran, I.Bosco, Geo.J.Anand , " Site Suitability For Sewage Treatment Plant" , International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) , Volume 7, Issue 2, March - April 2018 , pp. 134-148 , ISSN 2278-6856.
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