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  1. 1. Water TreatmentWater Treatment Allie, Jacob, and Alexis cleaned theAllie, Jacob, and Alexis cleaned the gross water!gross water!
  2. 2. 6 Specific Water Cleanup Processes6 Specific Water Cleanup Processes AllieAllie  Fluoridation; process uses the chemical fluoride to kill bacteria or microorganisms that may be present in the water.Fluoridation; process uses the chemical fluoride to kill bacteria or microorganisms that may be present in the water.  Conditioning; a process that is used to soften hard waterConditioning; a process that is used to soften hard water  Plumbo-solvency; reduction to remove the lead particles and lead salts in the waterPlumbo-solvency; reduction to remove the lead particles and lead salts in the water  Aeration - along with pre-chlorination for removal of dissolved iron and manganeseAeration - along with pre-chlorination for removal of dissolved iron and manganese  Coagulation - for flocculationCoagulation - for flocculation  Coagulant aids also known as polyelectrolytes - to improve coagulation and for thicker floc formationCoagulant aids also known as polyelectrolytes - to improve coagulation and for thicker floc formation  Sedimentation - for solids separation, that is, removal of suspended solids trapped in the flocSedimentation - for solids separation, that is, removal of suspended solids trapped in the floc  Filtration - for removal of carried over flocFiltration - for removal of carried over floc  Disinfection - for killing bacteriaDisinfection - for killing bacteria
  3. 3. 2 Directional Flow Chart2 Directional Flow Chart JacobJacob
  4. 4. 6 Pollutants6 Pollutants AlexisAlexis  DirtDirt  GrassGrass  FertilizerFertilizer  Fish EggsFish Eggs  Paper BagPaper Bag  MetalMetal
  5. 5. MathMath JacobJacob  Beginning amount- 1000 mLBeginning amount- 1000 mL  Ending amount-Ending amount-  Calculation-Calculation-  Percent cleaned-Percent cleaned-
  6. 6. 4 Types of Hazardous Waste and4 Types of Hazardous Waste and ExamplesExamples AllieAllie  Ignitability, Corrosivity, Reactivity, andIgnitability, Corrosivity, Reactivity, and Toxicity.Toxicity.  Ignitability ex. GunpowderIgnitability ex. Gunpowder  Corrosively ex. Metal corrosionCorrosively ex. Metal corrosion  Reactivity ex. Elements that are highlyReactivity ex. Elements that are highly ReactiveReactive  Toxicity ex. ChlorineToxicity ex. Chlorine
  7. 7. Hazardous Waste We Found!Hazardous Waste We Found! AlexisAlexis  Fertilizer- It is extremely toxic and is aFertilizer- It is extremely toxic and is a hazard to the general public.hazard to the general public.  Metal- The rust from the metal can get intoMetal- The rust from the metal can get into the water.the water.  Paper- It could plug up the filters when thePaper- It could plug up the filters when the water goes through water treatment processes.water goes through water treatment processes.  Dirt- The dirt could have hazardous wastes inDirt- The dirt could have hazardous wastes in it such as fertilizer because it could be theit such as fertilizer because it could be the runoff from farm fields.runoff from farm fields.
  8. 8. Water Treatment Pictures!Water Treatment Pictures! Activated Carbon Filter Distiller Water Treatment Processes
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