Treatment of Waste Water


The process of treating wastewater entails eliminating contaminants and turning it into effluent, which may then be recycled back into the water cycle. The effluent can be reused for a variety of purposes or has a low environmental impact once it is returned to the water cycle (called water reclamation). The treatment happens at a wastewater treatment facility. Wastewater treatment facilities of the right kind treat a variety of wastewater kinds. Sewage treatment plants are used to treat household wastewater sometimes referred to as municipal wastewater or sewage. Either a separate industrial wastewater treatment plant or a sewage treatment facility treats industrial wastewater (usually after some form of pre-treatment). Wastewater from agriculture


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