Phytobac and Nanotechnology-based process (electrocoagulation) for pesticide wastewater treatment prior to reuse in agricultural irrigation
Rachid SALGHI1,*, Mohmed ERRAMI1, Mohamed ZOUGAGH2 , Abderrahim HORMATALLAH3
1Team of Applied Chemistry and Environment, ENSA, University Ibn Zohr, Box 1136. Agadir, Morocco
2Department of Analytical Chemistry and Food Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Av. Camilo José Cela s/n, E-13004 Ciudad Real, Spain
3 Laboratoire des pesticides, Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II, Complexe Horticole d’Agadir, Maroc.
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The farmers interest in the use of this innovation is responsive to the development of innovative combined system which will be presented to water sector decision markers of the Arab Ministerial Water Council to include in their national water strategies and also within the Arab Water Strategy 2010-2030. No work has been carried out to date using nanomaterials as an additive to remove pesticide for comparison to the conventional electrocoagulation system. The percentage of sludge less than 5%. The impacts of these system were sustain clean ground water, prevent land degradation and sustain human health through having safe food products when reusing agricultural. This work provides new results on the electrocoagulation and phytobac degradation of pesticide and lead to the following conclusion such as, after 90 days, the pesticide residue in the pytobac is lower at limit of detection (LD). For all pesticide studied by electrocoagulation the removal of pesticide wastewater is between 96% to 98%.
Keywords: Pesticide wastewaters; Phytobac; Electrocoagulation, Nanotechnology