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Which of the following organic matter is present in slaughter house waste water?

(a) Oil and fats

(b) Uranium

(c) Radium

(d) Chromium

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This interesting question is from Wastewater Treatment of Food Processing Industries topic in division Wastewater Treatment of Food Processing Industries of Environmental Biotechnology

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Right choice is (a) Oil and fats

Easy explanation: The organic matter in slaughter house wastewater includes oil and fats which is emulsified, uranium, radium, chromium are the heavy metals which are toxic which is usually not found in slaughter house waste water.

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