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Wastewater Treatment Processes
Treatment of wastewater is closely related to the expectations and standards, which are set for the effluent quality. Wastewater treatment procedures are designed to achieve enhancements in the quality of watewater. Several wastewater treatment proceduces may result in the reduction of:
This widely applicable terminology defines three levels of wastewater treatment i.e. primary, secondary, and tertiary (or advanced).
Primary (mechanical) treatment is planned to remove suspended, gross, and floating solids from the raw sewage which includes sedimentation by gravity and screening to trap solid objects to eliminate suspended solids. This level of treatment is sometimes refer to “mechanical treatment”, however, chemicals are several times used for accelerating the sedimentation process. Primary treatment may result in the reduction of the BOD of the inflowing wastewater by 20-30% and by 50-60% of the total suspended solids. Primary treatment is generally the first level of wastewater treatment. Many innovative wastewater treatment plants in developed and industrialized nations have initiated with primary treatment, and have then added several other treatment levels as wastewater load has grown, as resources have become available and the requirement for treatment has increased.
Secondary (biological) treatment eliminates the dissolved organic matter which is not removed in primary treatment. This is done by microbes intaking the organic matter like food, and converting it to water, carbon dioxide, and energy for their own reproduction and growth. The biological procedure is then followed by other additional settling tanks (“secondary sedimentation") to eliminate more of the suspended solids. By a well running plant approximately 85% of the suspended solids and BOD can be eliminated through a well which run plant with secondary treatment. It includes the basic he variants of constructed wetland systems and ponds, activated sludge process, trickling filters and other available forms of treatment. All these employ biological procedures for breaking down organic matter.
Tertiary treatment is simply an additional treatment ahead of secondary which can eliminate more than 99 percent of the total impurities from sewage, generating an effluent of nearly drinking-water quality. The technology used in the treatment can be very expensive, needing a high level of technical expertise and skilled and experienced treatment plant operators, chemicals and specific equipment and a steady energy supply, which may not be available readily. The modification of a traditional secondary treatment to eliminate additional nitrogen and phosphorus is one of the example of tertiary treatment procedure.
Disinfection, using chlorine, may be the last step before effluent is discharged. Although, some of the environmental authorities are aware of the fact that chlorine residuals in the effluent can create a problem in their own right, and so they have moved away from this procedure. Disinfection is generally created into treatment plant design, still is not effectively practiced, due to the high cost of chlorine, or the less effectiveness of ultraviolet radiations wherever the water is not clear or free of particles sufficiently.