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  • Utilisation of Distillery spent Wash in Agriculture ...

    Agricultural utilization of waste water offers a low cost alternative where the manure and irrigation value of spent wash are utilized and savings generated in fertilizers and water use. Farmers could save Rs. 1335 crore per annum that they spend on nitrogenous fertilizers if only 200 of the existing distilleries recycled there wastes to the ...

  • Linking WASH, Nutrition and Agriculture: Indicators to ...

    Apr 27, 2015  So, what implications do the inherent linkages between WASH, nutrition and agriculture have in determining [the best] indicators for the post-2015 framework? Hien noted that considering policy implications across sectors is particularly important because it has been emphasized that developing indicators is a technical process, and rightfully so.

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  • Release of book entitled "Distillery Spent Wash and It's ...

    Divided into 7 sections, the Book deals with the Indian Distillery Industry, the Manufacturing process, the composition of Effluents, the Environmental impacts and treatment technologies, utilization of spent wash in Agriculture including pre-sown land application, ferti

  • (PDF) Problems and prospects of agricultural use of ...

    Spent wash is reported to inhibit seed germination, reduce soil alkalinity, cause soil manganese deficiency and damage agricultural crops (Kannabiran and

  • BUILDINGA CASE FOR THE SUSTAINABLE UTILISATION OF

    On ZLD and Choice of Technology UNEP and EPA regard agricultural use as important for water resource management. 650 crores of Nutrients and additional savings in water, waste water management, unsustainable ETP costs etc. India to lose 30% sugarcane due to water shortage. Co-processing not viable. Incineration has problems. Principal committee should consider.

  • USES OF SPENT WASH TO IMPROVE SOIL PROPERTIES FOR

    distillery spent wash was done in concrete (Arunvivek, 2013). It was also concluded that wide use of distillery spent wash in the construction industry saves cement, improves the quality of concrete mixes and solves ecological problems. Cane molasses was used for

  • (PDF) Physico-chemical characteristics of spent-wash of ...

    agricultural use. Dilut ed spent wash could be. used for irrigation purpose with o ut . adversely affecting soil fertility [5,6], seed . germination crop productivity [7]. Diluted .

  • Problems and prospects of agricultural use of distillery ...

    Based on laboratory and field studies, the potential value and the problems associated with the usage of spentwash were discussed its environmental impact. Studies have shown that, though at higher doses (>250 m3/ha) spentwash application is found detrimental to crop growth and soil fertility, its use at lower doses (125 m3/ha) remarkably improves germination, growth and yield of dryland...

  • Water Sustainability and Animal Agriculture

    In reality, livestock water use is need for animal drinking, feedlots, dairy operations, and other farming needs. Other livestock water uses include cooling facilities for the animals and animal products such as milk, dairy sanitation, and wash down facilities, animal

  • Nutrient composition of spent wash and its impact on ...

    Diluted spent wash could be used for irrigation purpose without adversely affecting soil fertility (Raverkar et al. 2000; Kaushik 2005) and crop productivity (Ramana et al. 2001). Spent wash irrigation (33 %) increased the yield of pulses (Chidankumar et al. 2010). In present investigation, an attempt has been made to determine the nutrient ...

  • Problems and prospects of agricultural use of distillery ...

    Based on laboratory and field studies, the potential value and the problems associated with the usage of spentwash were discussed its environmental impact. Studies have shown that, though at higher doses (>250 m3/ha) spentwash application is found detrimental to crop growth and soil fertility, its use at lower doses (125 m3/ha) remarkably improves germination, growth and yield of dryland...

  • DISTILLERY EFFLUENT: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS- A review

    Bioremediation and decolorization of anaerobically digested distillery spent wash. Biotechnol. Lett. 19: 311-314. Mahida, U. N. (1981). Water pollution and disposal of waste water on land. Tata McGraw Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi. Mahimairaja, S. and Bolan, N. S. (2004). Problems and prospects of agricultural use of distillery spent wash in ...

  • Distillery spent wash: Treatment technologies and ...

    Distillery spent wash is the unwanted residual liquid waste generated during alcohol production and pollution caused by it is one of the most critical environmental issue. Despite standards imposed on effluent quality, untreated or partially treated effluent very often finds access to watercourses.

  • Distillery wastage spent wash for healthy bio fertilizer ...

    Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) NAAS Score: *3.65 (2020) [Effective from Janauary 2020 ] For more details click here. Google Scholar Cited. Citations: 3403: 3083: h-index: 19: 17: i10-index: 70: 57 [Google Scholar Citation] ... Distillery wastage spent wash for healthy bio fertilizer to modern agriculture.

  • Production of fodder protein in the form of dried spent ...

    Ordinary spent wash cannot be used as a concentrated protein fodder because of its high water content. A process is recommended for removing most of the water by filtration, hence economising in the use of steam in the drying process.-W. McCartney.

  • Decolourizing of Distillery Spent Wash Using Indigenously ...

    spent wash, different methods have been performed to treat the waste water of distillery. Conversion of wheat straw into cation exchanger is an indigenous approach for making use of agricultural waste for the tertiary treatment of distillery spent wash. Treatment of diluted distillery spent wash with H+

  • ECOFRIENDLY UTILISATION OF DISTILLERY WASTE WATER IN ...

    fertilizer in agriculture has a great promise. Hence, utilisation of distillery effluents in agriculture would save costs on fertilisers and facilitate re duction in pollution load on aquatic eco -system. The raw spent wash being acidic in nature and high in calcium content can be used

  • Co-processing of distillery spent wash concentrate in ...

    The distillery spent wash is being used at present on land to provide nutrient value, though it contaminates both the ground water and surface water sources, as most often it is practiced in a non-scientific manner. The adverse effect of spent wash disposal,

  • Using Pheromone Traps in Field Crops Entomology

    Do not leave spent baits or bait wrappers near the traps. Even the most minute amount of pheromone may compete with your bait. Wear rubber gloves or wash your hands between handling baits. If your are not careful, you can cross contaminate your baits. Moths can detect these pheromones in nanogram quantities (1 nanogram = 0.000000001 gm).

  • Compost from Sugarmill Pressmud and Distillery Spentwash ...

    posed and has high agricultural use. The organic matter gets stabilized through decomposition, and the pathogenic orga-nisms are destroyed, the exothermic heat generated during the reactions dry the wet substrate (Ranalli et al. 2001). All of these advantages of waste stabilization are obtained with

  • Using spent grain for livestock lessons learned from ...

    Mar 25, 2020  After the mash extracts most of the sugars, proteins, and nutrients, the barley is still rich in digestible fiber and good bypass protein, which is why agricultural uses of spent grain predominate. Draught Works has worked with local farmers to get rid of grain since it opened in 2011, according to Kyle Sillars, the head brewer.

  • Organic vs. conventional farming: Which uses less energy ...

    Nov 12, 2012  Let’s move on to energy use. Although the data are incomplete, most studies suggest that organic farming uses significantly less energy than conventional.

  • Livestock Water Use - USGS

    Other livestock water uses include cooling of facilities for the animals and products, dairy sanitation and wash down of facilities, animal waste-disposal systems, and incidental water losses. The livestock category excludes on-farm domestic use, lawn and garden watering, and irrigation water use.

  • Zero Spent Wash Discharge Technologies

    Spent Wash Treatment Technologies Combinations of treatment methods can be used in accordance with local norms and economics •Anaerobic •Aerobic •Composting •Ferti-Irrigation Effluent Treatment Technologies Biological Concentration / Separation Polishing / Finishing •Evaporation •Dryer •Incineration boiler •Membrane Anaerobic

  • distillery spent wash: Topics by Science.gov

    At higher doses, spent wash application is found harmful to crop growth and soil fertility and its use at lower doses remarkably improves germination and growth of crops. Distillery spent wash: treatment technologies and potential applications. PubMed. Mohana, Sarayu; Acharya, Bhavik K; Madamwar, Datta. 2009-04-15

  • DISTILLERY EFFLUENT: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS- A review

    Bioremediation and decolorization of anaerobically digested distillery spent wash. Biotechnol. Lett. 19: 311-314. Mahida, U. N. (1981). Water pollution and disposal of waste water on land. Tata McGraw Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi. Mahimairaja, S. and Bolan, N. S. (2004). Problems and prospects of agricultural use of distillery spent wash in ...

  • Distillery spent wash: Treatment technologies and ...

    Distillery spent wash is the unwanted residual liquid waste generated during alcohol production and pollution caused by it is one of the most critical environmental issue. Despite standards imposed on effluent quality, untreated or partially treated effluent very often finds access to watercourses.

  • Production of fodder protein in the form of dried spent ...

    Ordinary spent wash cannot be used as a concentrated protein fodder because of its high water content. A process is recommended for removing most of the water by filtration, hence economising in the use of steam in the drying process.-W. McCartney.

  • Application of distillery spent wash and its effect on ...

    Nov 14, 2018  Effect of distillery spent wash (DSW) was studied on plant and ratoon crop of on three sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrids) genotypesviz, CoS 95255 (early maturing and high sugar), CoS 767 (mid-late and medium sugar) and BO91 (late maturing and medium sugar). The DSW was applied through irrigation water during early growth stage (60 and 90 DAP) at three different

  • Decolourizing of Distillery Spent Wash Using Indigenously ...

    spent wash, different methods have been performed to treat the waste water of distillery. Conversion of wheat straw into cation exchanger is an indigenous approach for making use of agricultural waste for the tertiary treatment of distillery spent wash. Treatment of diluted distillery spent wash with H+

  • Livestock Water Use - USGS

    Other livestock water uses include cooling of facilities for the animals and products, dairy sanitation and wash down of facilities, animal waste-disposal systems, and incidental water losses. The livestock category excludes on-farm domestic use, lawn and garden watering, and irrigation water use.

  • Co-processing of distillery spent wash concentrate in ...

    The distillery spent wash is being used at present on land to provide nutrient value, though it contaminates both the ground water and surface water sources, as most often it is practiced in a non-scientific manner. The adverse effect of spent wash disposal,

  • USDA - National Agricultural Statistics Service - Surveys ...

    USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information. NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms. The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of ...

  • ECOFRIENDLY UTILISATION OF DISTILLERY WASTE WATER IN ...

    fertilizer in agriculture has a great promise. Hence, utilisation of distillery effluents in agriculture would save costs on fertilisers and facilitate re duction in pollution load on aquatic eco -system. The raw spent wash being acidic in nature and high in calcium content can be used

  • US20060217267A1 - Novel product for agricultural use which ...

    The present invention provides a product for agricultural use in the form of granules or pellets, characterised by comprising at least 4% (w/w) of vinasses and/or sludge measured as a dry extract of vinasses and/or sludge, and an organic or inorganic solid support. In addition, the present invention provides a procedure for producing said product, its use in agriculture and a method for ...

  • Sugarcane biorefineries wastewater: bioremediation ...

    Mar 28, 2019  Distillery spent wash is the most complex and troublesome effluent having strongest organic matter in terms of high COD (80,000–160,000 mg/L), high temperature, high ash content, low acidity (pH 3.7–4.5) with a high content of dissolved inorganic salts [21,22,23] Hence, this molasses spent wash is one of the most difficult waste products to ...

  • Characterization of Spent Wash from Different Distilleries ...

    Spent wash a very foul smelling dark coffee-coloured waste water, which is the principal residue from alcohol industry, posses major problem in disposal (Alam et al. 2008). In India, a large network of distilleries has been established for utilizing

  • 16 Creative Uses for Used Coffee Grounds

    Apr 12, 2018  Then wash and rinse as you normally would. Do this one to two times per week, or as needed. Summary Exfoliating your scalp with used coffee grounds can

  • distillery spent wash: Topics by Science.gov

    At higher doses, spent wash application is found harmful to crop growth and soil fertility and its use at lower doses remarkably improves germination and growth of crops. Distillery spent wash: treatment technologies and potential applications. PubMed. Mohana, Sarayu; Acharya, Bhavik K; Madamwar, Datta. 2009-04-15

  • Decolourizing of Distillery Spent Wash Using Indigenously ...

    spent wash, different methods have been performed to treat the waste water of distillery. Conversion of wheat straw into cation exchanger is an indigenous approach for making use of agricultural waste for the tertiary treatment of distillery spent wash. Treatment of diluted distillery spent wash with H+

  • Sand Making Machine - Use of molasses spent wash in cement ...

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  • NOVEL PRODUCT FOR AGRICULTURAL USE, WHICH IS

    The invention relates to a product in granule or pellet form, which is intended for agricultural use. The inventive product is characterised in that it comprises at least 4 % (p/p) spent wash, expressed as dry extract of spent wash, and an organic or inorganic solid support.

  • Pretreatment of the Distillery Spent Wash by Cation ...

    Distillery spent wash may be used as potential fertilizer for growing many crops after proper treatment. Conversion of wheat straw into cation exchanger is an indigenous approach for making use of agricultural waste for the production of cation exchanger. The cation exchangers from wheat straw can reduced the pollution load of distillery

  • Treatment of distillery spent wash - Indian Sugar

    Treatment of distillery spent wash The Central Pollution Control Board at its 147th Meeting held on 23rd May, 2008 considered the problems associated with distilleries due to the currently used treatment methods of composting, ferti-irrigation and one time land application of spent wash vis-à- vis advanced technologies including evaporation ...

  • (PDF) Compost from Sugarmill Pressmud and Distillery ...

    This paper describes the process for rapid composting of sugar mill pressmud and distillery spentwash by using microbial culture. These waste materials are processed to organic manure, a value added produce, which can be used to replenish soil

  • Penanganan Liquid Fertilizer Fertilizer Agriculture ...

    used for - Make up for cooling water in condenser, and can be recycled - Washing of equipments 9 Recycle Molasses based. Recycle Spent wash as a process water (Care to be taken that product quality is not affected) By Mr. Prasanna Deshpande Treatment of Spent wash Molasses Zero Liquid Discharge scheme-M1. BIO GAS

  • 16 Creative Uses for Used Coffee Grounds

    Apr 12, 2018  Then wash and rinse as you normally would. Do this one to two times per week, or as needed. Summary Exfoliating your scalp with used coffee grounds can

  • Biosecurity in Australia - Department of Agriculture

    Australia works across the whole biosecurity continuum with offshore, at the border and onshore measures. The department uses a range of sophisticated technologies and approaches including, research, shared international resources and intelligence, to help prevent the

  • Distillery Spent Wash, an Ameliorant for Domestic Waste ...

    Spent wash produced from distillery industries is rich in organic material and characteristically less toxic and easily amenable for microorganisms. An attempt is made to use the spent wash as an ameliorant to enhance the organic manure form kitchen wastes using composting and Vermicomposting.

  • Special Section - Agricultural Mixed-Use: Revolutionizing ...

    "Agricultural Mixed-Use: Revolutionizing Farming" is a Special Report Produced by The Washington Times Special Sections Department and Skyscraper Farm LLC.

  • Impact of Distillery Spent Wash Irrigation on Agricultural ...

    The distillery spent wash is acidic and high levels of biological oxygen demand and chemical oxygen demand and contains nutrient elements such as potassium (K), nitrogen (N), and phosphorous (P). It is used as a source of plant nutrients and organic matter for various agricultural crops. It is usually applied to arable land near the ...

  • Literature on Coffee Grounds Linda Chalker-Scott ...

    Literature on Coffee Grounds Compiled by Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Extension Urban Horticulturist, WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center Adams, P.B., J.A. Lewis and G.C. Papavizas. 1968a. Survival of root-infecting fungi in soil. IX. Mechanism of control of Fusarium root rot of bean with spent coffee grounds.