Abattoir Effluent – Effect On Physiocochemical Properties Of Surface Water

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On Physiocochemical Properties Of Surface Water

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On Physiocochemical Properties Of Surface Water

Used engine oil, refers to any lubricating oil that has served its service properties in a vehicle withdrawn from the meant of application and considered not fit for its initial purpose (Kojervnikova, 1999). [Read more…]

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On The Physiochemical Properties Of Iyiokwu River In Abakaliki

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On The Physiochemical Properties Of Iyiokwu River In Abakaliki

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On The Physiochemical Properties Of Iyiokwu River In Abakaliki

Environmental problems have increased in geometric proportion over the last three decades with improper management practices being largely responsible for the gross pollution of the aquatic environment with concomitant increase in water borne disease especially typhoid, diarrhea, and dysentery. Abattoirs are generally known all over the world to pollute the environment either directly or indirectly from their various processes. [Read more…]