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Comparation of pollutant charges issued by industrial groups to valencia lake basin between the years 2009 and 2011, venezuela
Author : A. M¨¢RQUEZ (1), M. MURA (2), OLGUI FIGUEIRA (2) & E. GUEVARA (1
ABSTRACT
Currently the lake of Valencia has problems of eutrophication which causes difficulty for self-purification, this is due to
the large anthropogenic activity develops within its basin, therefore it is necessary to compare the loads pollutants
emitted by different industrial groups Valencia lake basin. This data was compiled between 2009 and 2011 industrial
group dedicated to the following areas, food and beverage production, paper production and related industries, vehicle
assemblers and parts and production chemicals and related products. There are significant differences between the
group of the paper industry and other groups in terms of Chemical Oxygen Demand, Biochemical Oxygen Demand,
Nitrogen and Phosphorus. There are significant differences between the chemical group and the rest of the groups in
terms of chlorides and sulfates. The industrial group of auto parts and vehicle assembly exceeds the concentration of
phosphorus. The paper industry group exceeds the limits of Article 36 of Decree 3219 for biochemical oxygen demand,
chemical oxygen demand, nitrogen, phosphorus and total suspended solids. The Chemical Industry group and the food
and beverage production group not exceed the limits set out in Article 36 of Decree 3219 for the parameters under study
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Date Published : 28/08/2015
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