CEM India CEM India

CEM India - Abstract

CEM India

CEM India

Session Choice: Monitoring Guidelines
Presenter Name: Mr Vidhyanandhan Loganathan
Company/Organisation: Hikal Limited
Country: India

Abstract Information :

In many countries water is becoming an increasing scares resources also it is one of the basic element for supporting life and natural environment, It acts as a primary component of industry, a consumer item for humans, animals and a vector for domestic and industrial pollution. The State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) and Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has taken several measures and provides several frameworks for control of aquatic substances, the quality of bathing, surface and drinking water and effluent control. Such regulations are closely monitored by the SPCB and CPCB, in order to comply with these regulations on a permanent basis, treatment plant and distribution companies, as well as water users and polluters need to implement automated measuring technique, such as sensors, controllers and other analytical instruments in continuous mode to obtain alarm system and facilitate the quality water management system and decision making process.

Chemical contaminants from industries become pollutants when accumulations are sufficient to adversely affect the environment or to pose a risk to living organisms. In order to ensure the quality, the effluent from the production operations especially in pharmaceutical and chemical industries needs to be monitored and control the various parameters of effluent to ensure the quality of water.

Thus the production, storage, transport, and disposal of these chemicals are regulated by SPCB and CPCB. This paper will present an over view of various pollution monitoring regulations and practices for water quality.