Posts Tagged ‘wastewater treatment process’
Lean Water 101
Lean water is contaminated with organic pollutants. Organic compounds like solvents, herbicides, pesticides, PCBs, heterocyclic, aliphatic, and aromatic hydrocarbons are included in lean water from agricultural and industrial production. The lean water discharged by many industries contains complex organic pollutants with a high concentration of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and suspended solids (SS). Municipal…Read More
Industrial Wastewater Treatment 101 – How Is Industrial Wastewater Handled?
Industrial companies that produce wastewater as part of their business process need to meet discharge regulations and follow safety precautions. The process of properly treating their wastewater avoids any harm to the facility’s products or process, human health, and the environment. It also helps avoid fines and possible legal action if wastewater is improperly discharged…Read More
What is Water Distillation and How Does It Work?
Water distillation is a water treatment method whose purpose is to purify water in an effective, fast, and inexpensive way. For simple distillation only two things are needed: a condenser and a heat source. Water has a lower boiling point than the minerals and contaminants within it, so if you boil untreated water, the water…Read More
5 Effective Processes to Treat Wastewater
The convenience and ease gifted to us by modern lifestyle products often come with a price. One such common byproduct of it is wastewater. It is unsuitable for human use/consumption and harms the environment when left untreated. It is sourced either from household showers, washers, sewers, or runoff from wet roads and industrial washes. Luckily,…Read More