Posted by Admin on March, 23, 2012
Nowadays, we have become extremely conscious of the safety of our health along with our environment. With modernization and commercialization, numerous industrial units are budding day by day. A number of activities are carried out in factories and manufacturing units. A large quantity of toxic and poisonous waste is released from these industrial units. The toxic substances get mixed with lakes, ponds and rivers. There is a great need to treat this waste water in some way that makes it usable, while keeping the environment free from water pollution.
What Is Waste Water Treatment?
Waste Water Treatment means the procedure of purifying the waste water (contaminated water that cannot be used for any purpose) with the help of certain mechanical, biological or chemical processes. These processes improve the quality of water for making it acceptable, usable, and suitable for us.
Why Waste Water Treatment Is Needed?
Because of the budding industrial activities and pollution, environment is suffering from a lot of damage. Factories release their waste acids, salts, and other untreated wastes in water bodies. Ultimately, along with polluting the water reservoirs, we are also contaminating the whole environment. We are suffering from epidemic and endemic diseases that are water borne. Aquatic life including flora and fauna is deteriorating drastically because of polluted water. Besides environmental degradation, tourism industry is also suffering because of dirty water. Thus, it becomes our foremost duty to make the water reservoirs clean and acceptable.
Advantages of Waste Water Treatment:-
Waste Water Treatment is a storehouse of a number of benefits. Some of its advantages are stated below:
Advanced researches and techniques are helping in saving a lot of time, money and energy during the process of Waste Water Treatment. Thus, it is considered as the most efficient approach to treat waste water.
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