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Wastewater

Used water from toilets, showers, sinks, dishwashers, clothes washers, and other sources in the home, including all contaminants, which can either flow into a municipal sewer system or be treated with an onsite wastewater disposal system.
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A total of 69 samples were obtained, which included 12 untreated wastewater samples, 12 treated wastewater samples, 23 river samples (2 different locations), and 22 seawater samples (2 different locations) (Figure 1).
It is critical that we protect our drinking-water sources by properly managing wastewater,'' the regional board chairman, David Nahai, said in a printed statement.
WASTEWATER WATTAGE Researchers with an eye toward a self-sustaining wastewater-treatment plant are moving forward with prototype microbial fuel cells, says Korneel Rabaey of Ghent University in Belgium.
CSOs annually result in an estimated 850 billion gallons of untreated wastewater and stormwater being discharged into U.
What about other natural processes for wastewater treatment?
Johnson previously was with the Virginia Poultry Federation, which used a Virginia Environmental Endowment grant to explore zero discharge alternatives in wastewater treatment for the poultry industry.
Don Holmstrom is a lawyer and the former president of the union that represents the lab workers in Denver's Metro Wastewater Reclamation District (Local 5-477 of the Paper, Allied Industrial Chemical and Energy Workers).
Living machines are also in use nationally and worldwide in some 20 manufacturing settings, cleaning high strength industrial wastewater.
PRIMARY SEDIMENTATION TANK Wastewater flow slows down and suspended solids (undissolved waste) sink to the tank's bottom.
Fewer nutrients end up as contaminants in groundwater and surface waters, and because the wastewater acts as a fertilizer, the sprayed trees grow much faster than they would normally, allowing the cities or industries (on whose land the trees grow) to harvest them for wood products much earlier," Frederick said in a release.