This training presents a very effective strategy to remove many toxic heavy metals from the water, with the use of several different Moring plant parts. This solution is really useful for countries where Moringa is endemic.
- How to remove pollution by many chemicals with different Moringa plant parts
- How to make the solution feasible and affordable by several companies and even more communities
- How to generate new energy by relying on the very same plant (with the addition of another plant)
During this training you’ll learn how to use several Moringa oleifera plan parts to remove water pollution by heavy metals. Moringa is also called “the miracle tree”, just because of the long list of benefits it has been proven to provide. This tree is good for human’s health, above all else. In addition, the application of several plant parts into the water polluted by heavy metals (even in a mixture) is able to perform a very good cleanup. The training focuses the attention on two important aspects: first of all, you must identify which plant parts are indicated to target one or more heavy metals that are found into the water. The second important aspect is the proper collection of this raw material.
Moringa oleifera is in fact a very important tree for many traditional medicine practices. So, the use for environmental purposes has to be limited to selected cases, depending on two factors: the availability on the affected area and the current use for traditional healing applications. It’s essential to keep the balance between environmental and individual health uses.
To make the method even more effective, some special decontamination chambers (or units) must be designed and built. Such units should be able to move, for reaching more people and/or more facilities, without the need to spend more precious resources (Moringa plan parts).
Another great advantage is the real chance of generating new energy basically for free, through composting or biomass. To this end, it’s possible to consider another plant, very good for the purpose, namely the Jatropha.
The great occasion of using a very effective and simple method to remove pollution by toxic chemicals from the water by relying on a plant that is widespread in the tropical world; however, you must pay the greatest attention not to over-exploit this valuable resource, so important for traditional medicine practices in many countries .
There is the chance to fit needs of basically every community in need and the same is valid for small-scale industrial facilities dealing with some serious troubles related to wastewater cleanup; one more time, please do not use this solution for big-scale facilities or very large communities; moreover, when possible, mobile decontamination units should be built and made available to communities and facilities in need.
The opportunity to generate new energy from the same biomass used for cleanup purposes; in addition, another plant, namely Jatropha, can serve well the need of energy supply within the same framework.
This live training focuses the attention on many opportunities to deal with water contamination by heavy metals and belongs to the bigger framework called “From Waste Water To Power”. This very special framework is aimed at generating new energy for free by transforming pollutants found in water. For this particular training, basically everyone can really benefit from that. In this specific case, the strategy is the top choice for small-scale facilities and communities in need (better if both companies and communities are located in remote and hard to reach areas).
If you wish, there is the chance of ordering a customized handbook that covers more deeply a selected issue related to the presence of above indicated or different pollutants into small-scale industrial facilities and communities (always treated with similar plant parts, starting from Jatropha). To do that, you only need to send us a message and we’ll reply with our proposal.
|Domain of application||Water (General)|
|Level of difficulty||Medium – High|
|Tools||Live Training & Case Study|
|Main Target(s)||Communities, Governments, Companies|