AbstractsBiology & Animal Science

Microbial degradation of organic and inorganic wastes generated from a dry flower processing and exporting industry located in thoothukudi;

by C Siluvai kirubagari aneeshia

Institution: Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Year: 2015
Keywords: flower processing; industry located; inorganic wastes; Microbial
Record ID: 1205244
Full text PDF: http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/handle/10603/40763


the dry flower processing and exporting industry produces bouquets and other newlinefancy show case items using dry flowers and other woody materials dyed with both newlineorganic and inorganic colouring agents the inorganic and organic wastes generated newlineduring the manufacturing of such things cause major problem to the industrialists in newlineconnection with its disposal the researcher tried to decompose these organic and newlineinorganic wastes using selected biological systems such as fungi species ganoderma newlinelucidum pleurotus sapidus and pleurotus flabellatus and also earthworms for newlinemushroom cultivation the waste materials were mixed with saw dust and paddy straw newlinein various ratios among the four trials the trial i and trial ii showed good result the newlinespent material of mushroom was again treated with earthworms for vermicomposting newlinethe spent material of various mushroom trial beds were mixed with cow dung in 1 1 newlineratio newline newline%%%