Sewage Treatment

It is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and household sewage, both affluent and domestic. Wastewater from flushing the toilet, bathing, cleaning sink, and general regular goes down the drain and into a pipe, which joins a large sewer pipe under the road. The larger pipe also joins a major pipe that leads to the treatment canter.

This wastewater treatment follows some below given steps

Its objective is a physical separation of large-sized contamination which may block or damage equipment. For example, cloth,paper, plastic, wood, sanitary items, etc.

Primary Treatment

It involves the separat ion of organic solids matter from the wastewater. It removes floating and settles able material such as suspended solids and organic matter. It involves both physical and chemical treatment.

Secondary Treatment

The water treatment process is followed by aeration lanes. It is treated by pumping air into the tank that encourages bacteria to break down the tiny bits of sludge that escaped the sludge scrapping process.

Disinfection Treatment

This is the final stage of water treatment. Itraises the ef­ fluent quality to the desired level before it is reused, recy­ cled or discharged to the environment. It is involved membrane filtration process which allows the clean water to pass the other side.Along with these many pro­ cesses in the last, it followed by UV treatment to leave it disinfected. It ensures water quality and does not pro­ duce any disinfection by-products.