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Rivers in crisis: An engineering approach to removing pollutants and garbage with advanced water treatment systems
  • Jay Katariya
Jay Katariya
Vidya Valley Northpoint School

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Abstract

The research paper proposes a new solution to combat river pollution, a major global issue that poses a significant threat to the environment and human health. The proposed solution is a river-cleaning machine that will use a unique technique to remove floating waste and chemicals from the river. The device will be designed to operate in different water conditions and can be transported to different locations. It will be able to remove floating waste, plastics, and chemical pollutants, which are the major pollutants of the rivers. The research paper presents the results of an experiment that evaluated the efficacy of the river cleaning machine model in removing floating debris, plastics, and toxic chemicals from water bodies. The results showed that the river cleaning machine was highly effective in removing floating debris and toxic chemicals from the water. The study concludes that this model has the potential to revolutionize the way we clean our rivers and improve the lives of aquatic species and those who depend on river water.
2023Published in SSRN Electronic Journal. 10.2139/ssrn.4422210