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waste water treatment

waste water treatment

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Sewage is the wastewater released by residences,
businesses and industries in a community. It is 99.94 percent
water, with only 0.06 percent of the wastewater dissolved and
suspended solid material. The cloudiness of sewage is
caused by suspended particles which in untreated sewage
ranges from 100 to 350 mg/l. Pathogens or disease-causing
organisms are present in sewage. Coliform bacteria are used
as an indicator of disease-causing organisms. Sewage also
contains nutrients (such as ammonia and phosphorus),
minerals, and metals. Ammonia can range from 12 to 50 mg/l
and phosp
Sewage is the wastewater released by residences,
businesses and industries in a community. It is 99.94 percent
water, with only 0.06 percent of the wastewater dissolved and
suspended solid material. The cloudiness of sewage is
caused by suspended particles which in untreated sewage
ranges from 100 to 350 mg/l. Pathogens or disease-causing
organisms are present in sewage. Coliform bacteria are used
as an indicator of disease-causing organisms. Sewage also
contains nutrients (such as ammonia and phosphorus),
minerals, and metals. Ammonia can range from 12 to 50 mg/l
and phosp

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