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1. Biodiversity Monitoring and Indexing of the rivers for 156 National Water Quality Monitoring Programme (NWMP) stations located on 56 rivers of Maharashtra (Ongoing)

The project involves biomonitoring and indexing of 156 National Water Quality Monitoring Programme (NWMP) Stations located on 56 rivers of Maharashtra during pre monsoon and post monsoon seasons. The density and diversity of phytoplankton, zooplankton and macro invertebrate is evaluated and chlorophyll and pheophytin content analyzed to characterize the NWMP stations. Evaluation of diversity score indices and saprobity score indices were carried out. The project is sponsored by Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.

2. Development of Mass Culture of AM fungi (2018-2021)

Technology for development of Mass culture of AM fungi was provided to Agrisearch India Pvt. Ltd., Nashik (M. S.). Facilities for mass production of AM fungi were developed. A novel culture of AM fungi developed for phosphorus mobilization and sustainable agriculture.

3. CO2 sequestration studies of plantations located at BPCL depots (2019)

The CO2 sequestration potential of plantations located at BPCL depots was conducted to evaluate their potential as a carbon sink and contribution in carbon neutrality.

4. Technology for treatment of leachate from hazardous waste landfill (2018-19)

An electrochemical process based technology was developed for treatment for leachate from hazardous waste to Ramky’s Mumbai Waste management Ld., Taloja.

5. Production of bioethanol from rice mill waste (2018-2019)

Feasibility studies for the conversion of Rice industry waste to Ethanol is being conducted for M/s RaitebandhuAharodyam Ltd. Mangalore (Karnataka).

6. Mass awareness generation on plastic waste management (2016-2018)

The program was conducted to generate awareness on plastic waste management for preventing environmental pollution. The project was sponsored by Indian Centre for plastics in Environment (ICPE) an ENVIS centre under Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change, GoI. The training programs were conducted in four selected schools that involved around 350 students and 25 faculties. The training programs generated understanding among students on the properties and types of plastics, utilization in different areas, safe practices for disposal and recycling options. It has also developed common consensus to reduce the utilization of thin polythene bags as its littering increases environmental pollution.

7. Paarkadel Ballast Technology Pvt. Ltd. (2016-17)

Technology for the disinfection of ballast water was evaluated.

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