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Paper Title :
Waste Management Analysis In Trains Using Anaerobic Bio Digester

Author :Naik Nithesh, Manjunath Shettar, Ritesh Ramkrishna Bhat, Suhas Kowshik

Article Citation :Naik Nithesh ,Manjunath Shettar ,Ritesh Ramkrishna Bhat ,Suhas Kowshik , (2016 ) " Waste Management Analysis In Trains Using Anaerobic Bio Digester " , International Journal of Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJASEAT) , pp. 54-56, Volume-4,Issue-2

Abstract : Railways are the major means of transportation. One of the commitments of the railways is to provide safe and dependable train services to passengers and ensure adequate passenger amenities in trains and at railway stations, which includes provision of clean and hygienic surroundings both at trains and in stations. Stagnation of waste on tracks is common, near stations and railway tracks. Apart from the poor hygiene, this causes discomfort to the passenger’s onboard trains, when they stop near the stations. It is a matter still requiring attention and education in developing countries. The issue of dealing with fecal matter is a significant problem and needs multi-dimensional efforts. The problem of environmental degradation and corrosion of tracks due to night soil has caught the attention of railways for a long time. The traditional method of disposing human waste from trains is merely to deposit the waste onto the tracks is known as a ‘Hopper Toilet.’ The principal drawback is the method is crude or unhygienic. The current study focuses on waste management in trains using Anaerobic Bio digester. Four variants were designed and developed to address the problem faced. It was observed that no fecal matter noticed in discharge from the toilets so far in any of the coaches, no foul smell noticed in general in these toilets. The tests parameters for TDS, TS, pH, volatile solids and COD were generally to defined levels and neat & clean under-gears encouraged maintenance staff to work more efficiently. Keywords— Hopper toilet, COD, TDS, TS, Anaerobic digester.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-4,Issue-2


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