WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

 WATER TREATMENT

Water supply treatment is one of the problems that many businesses are afraid of today. The treatment of water requires good and effective methods, to treat water sources for different industries such as Pharmacy, Hospitals and other industries.

WATER TREATMENT METHODS

MECHANICAL METHOD

Application of suitable constructions and equipment to remove raw impurities in water by gravity: sedimentation, filtration … using natural or forced ventilation to remove iron from underground water.

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL METHOD

Using alum to make clear and discolored (the process of flocculation) water sources with high turbidity and color. Using chemical oxidizing agents to remove iron, manganese in groundwater. Use chlorine and chlorine compounds to disinfect water. Another physicochemical method that is becoming increasingly popular is the use of ion exchange resins to soften water and remove minerals in the water. Deposition process is the preliminary stage of water cleaning before being put into the filtration tank. Deposition is the process of separation from suspended sediment or cotton residue formed during flocculation, creat mudflows.


 WASTEWATER TREATMENT

In the process of industrial production, depending on the type of production. Wastewater can contain heavy metals, phosphorus, suspended sediments, colors, BOD, COD … collectively known as industrial wastewater affecting humans as well as the environment. Waste water treatment is a common problem of the whole society in general and of industries in particular. Depending on the characteristics of wastewater, one or more of the following treatment systems may apply:
  • Mechanical treatment: remove trash, sediment, … through filters, regulating the flow and concentration of wastewater.
  • Chemical treatment: flocculation – creat mudflows – settling.
  • Biological treatment combined with the denitrification process: removal of organic pollutants from wastewater.
  • Treatment of sludge: reduce the moisture of mud before being discharged as prescribed.

SOME TECHNOLOGY OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT