What causes biological oxygen demand?

Biochemical Oxygen Demand is caused by organic pollution. The higher the organic pollution, the higher the biological oxygen demand. This is caused by improperly treated wastewater, which has high nitrate content that provides ideal conditions for plant growth.

Temperature, pH, the presence of certain kinds of microorganisms, and the type of organic and inorganic material in the water are additional factors that determine biological oxygen demand.

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