Volume 3 Issue 4


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Abstracts : Water is the most important resource and is vital for all life on the earth. The well-being and development of our society is dependent on the availability of water. The most precious resource is sometimes scarce, sometime abundant and is always very unevenly distributed. In the ancient time human required water for the drinking, bathing, cooking etc. but with the advancement in the civilization, the utility of water enormously increased. Water is the good carrier of disease germ, and may be responsible for water borne diseases. Therefore, water which is required by public should be wholesome and must be free from pathogens. The water borne disease falls into five categories. According to the nature of organisms, causing disease viz. Bacteria, protozoa, worms, viruses and fungi. The water borne diseases are typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, bacillary dysentery and cholera. Therefore it is very important that water works must remove the bacteria’s from the water and make it wholesome. This particular research work is carried out for the disinfection of water by using natural plants or plant herbs. By using natural plant or plant herbs we can kill the pathogenic bacteria from the water and make it safe for the user. These natural Disinfectants are easily available and economical.
Pages : 83-86
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Modified Date : 2018-01-17
MISS. MADHURI TULSIDAS NAGDEVE , "DISINFECTION OF WATER BY USING NATURAL DISINFECTANTS (ACACIA NILOTICA)", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, Volume 3 Issue 4, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 83-86
Peer reviewed