WES Journal



Forscher Publication


Professor Miklas Scholz

 Managing Editor:

Dr Majid Khayatnezhad

 Online ISSN: 2710-3404 


Water and Environmental Sustainability (WES) is an open access quarterly FREE CHARGE Publication as a non-commercial publication. The title welcomes original, review, novel and high-impact contributions from the related Environmental science and Water issues. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about its originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by the international reviewers.

Current Issue, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022


1. Cadmium Ions Removal Analysis from Wastewater utilizing Salvadora persica Stem's Activated Carbon
Arda Karasakal and  Nihan Talib
Volume 2, Issue 1, Spring 2022, Pages 1-5
DOI: 10.52293/WES.2.2.15
Abstract: The heavy metals impressive elimination from industrial wastewater is one of the most significant topics for industrialized nations. Cadmium Removal of aqueous solutions was investigated utilizing activated carbon produced from Salvadora persica stems. Batch adsorption experimentations have been conducted as a pH function, connection time, solute concentration, and absorbing dose. The optimal pH needed for highest absorbing was about five for cadmium. The highest connection time for the stability condition is 180 minute at the absorbing dose rate of 2.5 g. The highest proficiency of cadmium removal by activated carbon has been 81.7 percent. The outcomes have been equipped very well with both Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm.


2. Investigation about Water Quality at Madurai, Tamilnadu, India
Kumar S Niya
Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2022, Pages 6-9
DOI: 10.52293/WES.2.2.69
Abstract: Physic-chemical factors' check for water in 6 region at Madurai have been performed. Five samplings have been selected from bore well, and a Company pipe supply. The chemical grade has been compared by the drinking water grade criteria. Some factors such as pH, turbidity, chloride, electrical conductivity, sulfate, whole hardness, dissolved oxygen, whole dissolved solids, biochemical oxygen demand and alkalinity have been investigated. The investigation demonstrates that the bore well water excluding at site S_3 is unsuitable to drink. Company pipe supply water and bore well water sampling of S_3 could be utilized to drink objective water after pretreatment.


3. Sewage Sludge and Municipal Solid Garbage Composting
 Mani Alizadeh, Sara hassanzadeh, Mina Moradi, Mehdi habibi
Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2022, Pages 10-17
DOI: 10.52293/WES.2.2.1017
Abstract: Co-compost could be gained by a mix of municipal solid garbage and sludge, that has been utilized in the agrarian grounds and solving municipal garbage and wastewater treatment plant issues. This investigation wants to present a method to set optimal situations like aeration speed, temperature, moisture range, C/N proportion, and particle size in composting procedure. Two pilots have been presented and in each pilot, various mixtures of municipal garbage, sludge, and wood pulp have been utilized. The size of the particle in mix and aeration speed were the distinctions between the 2 pilots. The outcomes demonstrated that the compost pile's pH has been almost ten in the start of the procedure and reduced to 7.25 slowly after seven days. The proper particle size has been 10 to 40 mm. The appropriate C/N proportion has been in the range of 25 and 35. It has been almost 33 in this experimentation. High temperatures lead to improving microbial movement in the start of the procedure. For homogenizing the temperature, it is essential for making an irritation of the compost pile each 4-6 days. An increase in co-compost temperature occurred while the moisture range has been from 50 to 60 percent. Aeration by 3 times of needed air has provided the best outcome. Ultimately, we have discovered that the moisture rate has more impact on microbial movement in comparison with the temperature. These outcomes support the utilization of the co-composting procedure by making up the size of particle and moisture abilities in preference to forced aeration-enclosed reactors.


4. Nitrification Prohibition in Soil under Pastureland in Western Australia
Masoud Radmanesh, Alireza Seyyed sayyah, Mehrdad Minaei
Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2022, Pages 18-23
DOI: 10.52293/WES.2.2.1823
Abstract: Nitrification procedures could have a significant position in the performing of Western Australia natural ecosystem. It is instantly concerned in plant nitrogen defeats via learn and denitrification. This process suppression with pastureland is incorrectly comprehended. The study has been accomplished on the deep sand at Mingenew in the Northern Agricultural Region,WA. Nitrification amount has been specified yearly, perennial pastureland and tagasaste grasses cultivated in site. Nitrification and prohibition amounts have been estimated according to measures of NH_4-N,NO_3-N insix months. In natural situations, the nitrification amounts of ammonium-N (NH_4-N) have been fast from 80 to 97 percent in the season. Nitrification amounts under yearly, perennial pastureland and tagasaste plants have been 35 to 80 percent, 58 to 58 percent, and 30 to 75 percent orderly. There is a highly negative correlation i.e., R^2= -0.84 between biomass and nitrification amount, and a highly positive correlation among biomass and prohibition amount i.e., 0.74. These outcomes present that pastureland types could have significant effects for nitrogen cycling at the constant growing and individual density.


5. Health Risk of Bringing up Silk Worms and Environment Effect Evaluation of Binging up Households in Kashmir, India
Kumar S Niya
Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2022, Pages 24-29
DOI: 10.52293/WES.2.2.2429
Abstract: This investigation aim is to study the sericulture significance in Kashmir, the environment influence of sericulture bringing up units, and evaluate the health hazard characteristics of the employees performing in this industriousness. The investigation has been performed in various bringing up units of Kashmir valley placed in India. A collected questionnaire has been distributed between the breeder and management issues for assessing the health danger characteristics of the employees. Temperature, moisture, and light severity have been estimated by using a thermos hygrometer and digital lux meter, orderly. This study demonstrates that most of the breeder have suffered from health issues such as irritation of the eye, damage, backache, allergies, respiratory issues, and headache. Specific measurements have been proposed that might enhance the economic situation of the breeder that might finally decrease the health hazard agents between them. Thus, it is suggested that individual protective tools and instruments for bringing up must be presented to the breeder for reducing the health danger agents.


6. Evaluation of Atmosphere Air Quality in Hyderabad Urban, India
Sanjoli Mobar and Pradeep Bhatnagar
Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2022, Pages 30-33
DOI: 10.52293/WES.2.2.3033
Abstract: Environmental contamination is an ever-raising issue in industrialized and high-populated locations. Nowadays the severity and volume of air contaminant concentration have increased quickly in the troposphere. Hyderabad, the Andhra Pradesh capital, is the southern part center for both industrial and commercial actions. The urban has locations by about a 6.8million population and over 73,000 small, medium and main industrial facilities transferring to the bigger city. Air contamination is mostly related to autos and industrial resources of which motorcars are of significant trouble. The general data on the atmosphere gaseous contaminants levels in low areas especially Asian nations have been light and holding in the health effects view and economical responsibility related with the high levels of air contaminants, this investigation has been essayed with a purpose for assessing the  Hyderabad atmosphere air quality that is experiencing rapid urban and industrial growth. The air models have been selected at the 1.5-3 m height from the ground level for monitoring the PM, SPM, oxides of nitrogen, and sulfur concentrations for ascertaining the association of among gaseous air contaminants and meteorological factors. The whole outcome shows that the quality of the air is decaying quickly according to gaseous contaminants. According to this study, numerous method is required for combating air contamination with autos by general understanding movements, media intermediation packages, efficient state activity programs judicious distribution of quality-oriented fuels.



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