Olmedo designed a prototype filter comprising of peanut shells, this then pollutants into water and carbon dioxide, thus obtaining clean air.
So, we decide to have an experiment that can help in degrading pollutants in water but in a cheaper way, we will only use peanut shell peanut shell is one of.
Previous work has shown that some plant wastes, such as coconut fibers and peanut shells, can remove these potential toxins from water.
The idea is a prototype filter with peanut shells, which cultivates the microorganisms to degrade toxic pollutants into carbon dioxide and water,. Peanut husks, one of the biggest food industry waste products, could be used to extract environmentally-damaging copper ions from waste.
Biofiltration is a very specific process the method will be employed when, you want the bacteria to feed on some substrate the bacteria will thrive on the same, .
Peanut shella are an effective tool for cleaning wastewater the agricultural waste removes poisonous copper ions from industrial wastewater.
Peanut shells are generally considered to be a worthless agricultural byproduct as scientists have developed an air-purifying filter that utilizes the shells found in solvents, and convert them to carbon dioxide and water. [APSNIP--]