Discussion :: Water Supply Engineering - Section 1 (Q.No.10)
B.O.D. of treated water should be
Answer: Option E
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|Azhar said: (Nov 21, 2013)|
|It should be equal or less than 4 ppm mean mg/lit to dispose it to the lake or water bodies.|
|Sujeet said: (Jan 16, 2016)|
|Not less than 4 PPM.|
|Aparna said: (Jan 21, 2017)|
|Treated water should be less than 20ppm. But for drinking purpose it should be zero.|
|Ska said: (Feb 23, 2018)|
|Thejoroop said: (Mar 20, 2019)|
|BOD of treated water should be nil, so as to make it free from organic matter.|
|Mlllari said: (Jul 5, 2019)|
|It depends where the treated water is discharged to;
For discharge in Surface water its 20 ppm.
For discharge in Marine its 100 ppm.
For discharge in Land its 500 ppm.
Nil is for Drinking purposes.
|Amit Kumar said: (Oct 16, 2019)|
|The minimum value of BOD is 4ppm and the maximum is BOD is 10ppm.|
|Kushal said: (Jun 15, 2021)|
|I think it's 20 ppm.|
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