Waste Water Treatment

Aerobic Wastewater Treatment

Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Treatment

There are two major types of wastewater treatment:
Aerobic and Anaerobic system.

Aerobic Wastewater Treatment
This involve the removal of organic pollutants in wastewater by bacteria that require oxygen to work. Water carbon dioxide is the end product of the aerobic wastewater treatment process. Processes include trickling filtration, activated sludge, and rotating biological contactors. Some bacteria that thrive in an oxygen-rich environment work to break down and digest the wastewater inside the treatment plant or system.

Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment
This process whereby bacteria digests biosolids in the absence of
oxygen. One major feature of anaerobic digestion is the production of biogas, which can be used in generators for electricity production or boilers for the heating process. This, plus the fact that aerobic wastewater treatment requires a method for introduction of oxygen into the process, makes anaerobic wastewater treatment generally more cost-effective.
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