Eco-Friendly Degradation of Reactive Blue Dye Enriched Textile Water by Floating Treatment Wetlands (FTWs) System Applying the Strategy of Plant-Bacteria Partnership (Part-B)
Textile dye enriched effluents have been credited to be heavily polluted and highly hazardous to environment. Cleaning of textile wastewater from these dangerous pollutants is a deeply concerned issue of the industry. Various physico-chemical and biological techniques are being practiced to remediate these effluents. But all these strategies have limitations at any corner of their application.