Liquid Waste Processing

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The issue of liquid waste is a problem that we often encounter and also heard in comparison with the solid waste and waste gases. Indeed, they often also become a solid waste or turned into waste water. Waste contained in waste are many and the contents of hazardous waste that was too much blended together in the waste water. Waste water originating from household waste, office buildings, to factories and industries that dominate. So, how does that harm liquid waste processing this?

Waste water is often discharged through sewers or ditches that channel to the river and the sea. On his way to the sea, this liquid waste can also be joined pollute clean water is often used by humans. For that, the handling of liquid wastes must be treated seriously. than harmful to human health, also have an impact on the environment, animals, and also ruin the beauty.

In general, liquid waste processing are grouped into:

1. Initial processing

This working initial treatment to protect the tools that exist in waste water treatment plants. At this stage do filtering, crushing, and separation of particles that can damage sewage treatment equipment, such as sand, plastic, wood, and others.

2. Primary Processing

Processing of this primary duty of organic and an organic removes solid particles through physical processes, namely sedimentation and flotation. So that the particles will settle to the so-called sludge and oil and grease particles that are above or referred to grease surface.

3. Secondary Processing

In the secondary processing were given to destroy microorganisms and eliminate organic material that is still present in the waste water.

4. End Processing

At the end of the processing charge of eliminating the diseases that are in the water which brought previously by a particular organism. Not only is the disease are eliminated, but also eradicated the causative organism.

5. Advanced Processing

Further management in liquid waste processing is in charge of making the composition of the waste water in accordance with the desired. For example, to eliminate the content of phosphorus or ammonia in waste water.

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