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Treatment of Rawal lake water found unfit for human consumption

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The untreated water tests from Rawal lake by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and investigated at National Water Quality Laboratory (NWQL) were observed to be unfit for human utilization because of the nearness of risky microscopic organisms distinguished in the samples. Pakistan Council for Research in Water Resources (PCRWR), an innovative work association working under […]…Read More

Eco-Friendly and Low-Cost Bio-sorbents for the Treatment of Waste Waters in Pakistan

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Safe disposal of wastewaters has become a hot potato both in developed and developing nations. Pakistan is also standing in the row of countries facing a swift and dramatic increase in population and as a result, a massive quantity of wastewater being produced in Pakistan. It is estimated that 975,000 million gallons per day (MGD) […]…Read More

PURSLANE: A Herbal Medicine for Treatment of Different Diseases

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article image Plants are used medicinally in different countries and are source of potent and powerful drugs. Over the centuries, the use of medicinal herbs has become an important part of daily life. The medical values of any vegetables are dictated by their phytochemical and other chemical constituents. Phytochemicals are those chemicals that may affect health, but […]…Read More

Avocado is the picnic treatment of cardiovascular diseases (Heart attack)

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article image The avocado is a tree which is native to tea and found in Central Mexico because it is the world’s largest avocado producer and exporter, demands of avocado within the US California and Florida states have increased since 1980s. It belongs to flowering plant family Lauraceae, genus/species is Persea americana also refers a tree fruits […]…Read More

FAMACHA System as a tool of targeted selective treatment

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article image Dairy sheep and goats play an important role in building economy and providing livelihood in many parts of the world but at the same time they are affected by many diseases particularly parasitic problem. Among parasitic diseases, Haemonchus, Oesophagostomum, Trichostrongylus and Telodorsagia are the main genera of gastrointestinal nematodes that are important for small ruminants andHaemonchus (H.) contortus is the most dangerous because of its economic significance. Usually the infection…Read More

UVAS organizes free medical camps for animal treatment in Eid Days

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore gave free clinical services to livestock farmers and the general public. The free medical camps were setup in order to facilitate people to treat their sacrificial animals from various infectious diseases that spread out due to various reasons. Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, the Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery sorted out these free clinics and Eid camps to encourage the general…Read More

UVAS organizes free medical camps for animal treatment in Eid Days

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore gave free clinical services to livestock farmers and general public. The free medical camps were setup in order to facilitate people to treat their sacrificial animals from various infectious diseases that spread out due to various reasons. Vice Chancellor UVAS, Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha sorted out these free clinics and Eid camps to encourage the general public in treatment of their animals amid Eid ul…Read More

Biological anaerobic treatment: the way forward

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ONCE PAKISTAN was a water-surplus country, but today it is a water deficit country. The water availability started decreasing from 5,600m³ per capita at the time of independence to 1,299m³ per capita in 1996-97, while in 2006 it further decreased to 1,100 m³ per capita, currently it is estimated 950m³, and projected to less than 700m³ per capita by 2025. Therefore, search for other non-conventional water resources i.e. wastewater treatment for daily use and irrigation has become most…Read More

OIC to replicate Pak waste water treatment model

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan’s Bio-remediation model for the waste water treatment and capacity building would be replicated in Turkey, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates and Bangladesh. The Bio-remediation model which was developed by National Institute of Bio-remediation (NIB) of National Agricultural Research Centre (NARC) would also be introduced later in other OIC member countries. In this regard NIB in collaboration with Standing Committee on Economic and Commercial Co-operation (…Read More

Pakistan Bio-remediation Model for Waste Water Treatment

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article image There is need for utilizing bioremediation technology to overcome water scarcity challenges facing the country. The demand of drinking water is increasing day-by-day and the country could face water scarcity if measures were not taken and the bioremediation technology is a good tool to overcome the impending crises. There are fifteen large and small streams passing in Islamabad area and through Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) bioremediation technology waste water will be cleaned…Read More