Original Article
Assessing Heavy Metal Bioaccumulation in Freshwater Fish at the Gingee River in Puducherry, India

Sanji Baruah

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, Pages 1-4


  Heavy metal bioaccumulation was investigated in fish from the Gingee river in Vadamangalam and Ariankuppam in the Puducherry area, including mercury (Hg), zinc (Zn), and copper (Cu) (Cu). According to the study, heavy metal concentrations in sediments were more significant than in water. Depending on ...  Read More

Original Article
Detecting Organic Materials in Fly Ash using Chromatographic Method

Ruhit Nema; Natraj Singh; Ammilal Kumar

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, Pages 5-7


  Fly ash, a byproduct of coal-fired power plants, is entirely inorganic and inert, making it unfit for life. In Korba, fly ash is deposited in dykes, which are open embankments. The quest for organic compounds was critical because the humus formation is a revolution in fly ash, and just it will be capable ...  Read More

Original Article
Effectiveness of Microwave Drying for Shrimp Aquaculture Sludge

Aida Isma M.I; Thivya Maran; Jamaiatul Lailah M.J; Putri Razreena A.R; Omar R; Hazmin M; C.M Choo; Rosmaria A.D

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, Pages 8-15


  The disposal of the shrimp aquaculture sludge requires large area and high amount of disposal cost. The improper treatment and disposal can cause soil and water pollution. Sludge drying is an effective solution to reduce the weight of sludge and eventually reduces the disposal cost. This study was aimed ...  Read More

Original Article
An investigation into value of Eutrophication in Hosur Lakes

Shyla Tamia

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, Pages 16-19


  Our current concern is that nitrogen and phosphorus amounts are rising rapidly, Otherwise, to limit the growth of algae and biomass, it exists in relatively low concentrations in unmodified natural waters. This investigation aims to attempt to measure the level of eutrophication in the Hosur LakesFor ...  Read More

Short Communication
Bacteriological Examination of DrinkingWater in Different Public Places with Reference to Coliforms

Amin Buruah; Sunjai Helaly; Aysu Amita

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, Pages 20-21


  This ponder explores the contamination level in drinking water in several open places. The bacteriological investigations performed were in accordancewith standard methods. Out of eight tests from distinctive locales all had checks higher than the guidelines. Cinema theaters were the foremost contaminated.  Read More

Original Article
Employing spider webs for environmental investigation of suspended trace metals in residential and industrial areas

Kingsley Mohammed; Olagunju Achebe

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, Pages 22-26


  Spider webs were gathered from residential and industrial areas to found the order of heavy suspended metals in the air. The treatment of spider webs were done with nitric acid and digested by atomic absorption spectrophotometer before analysis (AAS). The average value of several heavy metals concentration ...  Read More