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Wastewater filtration is the process of converting wastewater into effluent that can be returned to the environment with minimal impact on waterways or directly reused. This latter process is called reclaimed water as treated and filtered wastewater can be used for other purposes. There are different processes involved in the filtration of wastewater. First is phase more

Wastewater filtration is the process of converting wastewater into effluent that can be returned to the environment with minimal impact on waterways or directly reused. This latter process is called reclaimed water as treated and filtered wastewater can be used for other purposes. There are different processes involved in the filtration of wastewater. First is phase separation, which transfers impurities into a non-aqueous state. Sedimentation uses gravity to remove solids and non-polar liquids where density differences are sufficient to overcome dispersion by turbulence. Filtration removes fine solids from wastewater almost in the style of a large sieve that covers an opening where the water passes through. Oxidation is then used to reduce the toxicity of any remaining impurities. After several more phases, the pH of the water is measured, then the decision is taken whether to reclaim the water, or it is deemed safe enough to be released back into waterways.

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