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Envirotech: A Leading Innovation For Future Generation

Kunal Sharma, Laksh Nagar, Manvendra Singh Rathore, Saurabh Agarwal


Envirotech or Environmental technology is the usage of environmental science and technology to monitor and conserve the natural environment and resources, and to reduce the negative impacts of human involvement. It involves the purification of the contaminated environment, waste management and production of sustainable energy without harming the nature. It aims to facilitate the human needs without harming the nature. Many technologies are developed to conserve water, reduce waste, produce energy, conserve soil and air purification. It includes the usage of modern equipment’s in order to build relationship that exists within and between natural systems and human systems. Cyclone collectors settling chambers, wet scrubbers, impingers, electrostatic precipitators are some equipment’s of air purification. Similarly screening, filtration, sedimentation, and flotation are some methods of water purification. Solid waste can be treated using 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) method; sanitary landfill, incineration, composting and pyrolysis are some methods of solid waste management. E-waste management is highly labour intensive and requires skill and lengthy process; sorting, dismantling, magnetic separation, metallic and non-metallic components separation are some E-waste recycling processes. Soil is also one of the most important parts of environment its conservation relates to its protection from erosion, acidification, salinization or other chemical soil contamination. Envirotech is an unavoidable method which we have to adopt in order to survive. The broad objective of this paper is to briefly describe the study approach and methodologies of technologies developed, used and are developing to protect and endure the environment and highlight the key findings and insights. It also includes the complete description of environmental conservation and protection methods.

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