The Process Of Liquid Waste Management
Liquid Waste Management involves treating wastewater to eliminate a range of pollutants. This is usually done using two different techniques. Activated sludge and a biological process. Activated sludge is a material that breaks down pollutants into water and nitrogen. This treatment is used to treat wastewater and eliminate pollutants that cannot be decomposed by humans.
The primary purpose of liquid waste management is to protect the environment. However, waste disposed of incorrectly could harm the environment or people. To avoid this, liquid waste is treated and separated into categories based on the level of risk they pose to the environment. Some of these wastes are solvents, paints, pesticides, and wash-waters.
In addition to treating wastewater, the treatment also involves removing solids. The solids in sewage can be categorized as either fine, coarse, or colloidal. The process of removing suspended solids requires a porous surface that can accommodate the solids. Once the solids are removed, the wastewater must be conveyed to a disposal site.