Preparation of rodenticide for (Sprague Dawley Rats Rattus rattus) from the residue of tin adsorption arriving to Zero Residue Level (ZRL)

Abstract

This paper is deal with study the potential of Banana Peel Residue (after extraction of Polyphenol Oxidase (PPO) enzyme) to remove tin (Sn+2) ions from simulated synthesis aqueous solutions (SSAS) through various operating parameters using adsorption technique in sorption unit. Results show that the removal efficiency were 94.55% for tin ions from (SSAS) and the removal efficiency decreased with increasing of initial concentration, pH and SSAS flow rate while the removal efficiency increased with increasing packing height of adsorbent material and treatment time. The waste of banana peel residue (remaining after adsorbed tin) was predestined to investigate the utilization of it in useful method. It can prepare a cheap rodenticide from these BPR waste without any further treatment. The results explain that the BPR adsorb chromium ions showed a good behaviour as rodenticide for sprague dawley rats Rattus rattus. By this way it can perform different benefits which are: remove the chromium ions polluted the water, get rid of agricultural waste banana peel residue, in the same time, prepare a cheap and active rodenticide. It can discard more type of waste in a non-cost and eco-friendly method accessing to zero residue level (ZRL).