13 Years Old Indian Girl Wins Google’s Community Impact Awards Sripada Srisai Lalita Prasida, who hails from Odisha has won Google’s prestigious Communities.
Thirteen years old student Sripada Sri parade has won the community impact award of Google science fair at the age category of 13-15 years for developing water purifier which works by using waste corn cobs.
Parasida studies in class 9 at DPS Damajadi Odisha, she was awarded by $10000 as money prize and monitored by Google to build this project. 13 Years Old Indian Girl Wins Google’s Community Impact Awards Sripada Srisai Lalita Prasida, who hails from Odisha has won Google’s prestigious Communities.
Prasida used waste corn cob in her experiment to be able to absorb contaminants like detergent, suspended particles, salt oxide, oil, colored dyes, grease, and some heavy metals.
This is the method of water purification which is on the Google science fair website.
When you connect the drain household to a chamber having a different layer of corn cob to an s-trap. It will separate more than 70-80% of the contaminant which includes the suspended particles from the wastewater.
The factory outlet pipe effluent must open the corn cob, powered of corn cobs, pieces of corn cob, activated charcoal of corn cob which is beautiful sandy for the TSS absorption and toxic chemical ants for both organic and inorganic.
Prasida says that the corn cob is used to clean water bodies like river and ponds. Corn cob is fitted to bamboo buried on the ground which allowed two or three weeks which is useful for cleaning rivers, tanks of individual and community.
She also wants to continue her study in Agriculture studies.