Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES) is ideally suited for the analysis of elements in water and wastewaters. The contamination levels in urban and industrial effluent such as the effluent rose water need to be specified and controlled as a waste management strategy for this kind of effluent, by recycling or reused of the effluent of the rose water in several industries such as applied to cosmetics and agriculture depending on the kinds of the elements found in effluent rose water. The aim of this study is to evaluate and characterize the elements (qualitative and quantitative analysis) of the effluent rose water manufactory in Al Hada- Taif , which are widely used in different parts of Taif. The element concentration of the effluents rose water will be determined using ICP-OES techniques. Samples was collected overall Al hada. To our knowledge there has been no research or work investigated on the effluent of the manufactures of hydro- distillation of the Taif rose. The results showed this method suitable for the analysis of nineteen elements and their associated wavelengths for different kinds of samples.
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