Published on March 15, 2014
WASTE WATER TREATMENT PRESENTED BY; ISRA ABDUL RAZACK, ECE “B” FIRST YEAR.
CONTENTS • Introduction • Screening • Aeration • Sedimentation • Coagulation & Floculation • Filtration • Disinfection • Conclusion
INTRODUCTION Waste water Sewage water Brakish water Grey water
COAGULATION & FLOCULATION
VARIOUS FILTERS • Rapid sand filters Pressure filters
Slow sand filters
CONCLUSION SAVE WATER
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