Industrial waste should be neutralised before disposing it into the water bodies. What is the nature of these waste? How are these treated?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 29th Apr, 2014, 09:52: AM
The industrial waste is either too acidic or too basic in nature. This too much acid or base must be neutralised before disposing this waste into water bodies.
Too acidic waste can be treated with quicklime or slaked lime and too basic waste can be treated with either acid or acidic waste discharged from some other industry.
Answered by | 29th Apr, 2014, 11:52: AM
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