IMPORTANCE OF SEWAGETREATMENT
   Sewage treatment is of utmost importance and    needs to be taken seriously. Domestic wastewater    contains dissolved...
   Rainwater that pours down the roof and road will    surely come down the drain and unto the sewer    network. Sewage t...
   Prevention is still the best cure and to prevent any    water-borne disease, then it is wise to carry out the    sewag...
   Sewage treatment is essential to ensure that the    water for consumption will not have any diseases    with it when i...
   Sewage treatment involves the elimination of    solids by screening physically or through the    process called sedime...
   The different water treatments available must be    considered carefully and any means available in    making sure tha...
   SOURCES OF SOLID WASTE-                                   There are many sources from which the solid    waste comes....
   Different Types of Solid Waste-   Municipal Solid Waste   Industrial Waste   Hazardous Waste   Hospital Waste...
   3) Commercial:-              From different stores and offices.   4) Industrial:-                 From manufactur...
WATER POLLUTION    Water pollution is any chemical, biological, or    physical change in water quality that has a harmfu...
HUMAN AND NATURAL POLLUTANTS    Water is typically referred to as polluted when it is    impaired by anthropogenic conta...
SOURCES OF WATER POLLUTION
MARINE POLLUTION   Entry into the ocean of chemicals, particles,    industrial, agricultural and residential waste,    or...
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  1. 1. IMPORTANCE OF SEWAGETREATMENT
  2. 2.  Sewage treatment is of utmost importance and needs to be taken seriously. Domestic wastewater contains dissolved and solid pollutants that include paper, urine, fecal matter, unconsumed food, sanitary things, and other contaminants. The network of the sewer is likely to welcome wastewater coming from commercial places and office properties as well as industrial.
  3. 3.  Rainwater that pours down the roof and road will surely come down the drain and unto the sewer network. Sewage treatment is really needed to effectively fight off pollutants that can do harm in the environment and health. Collecting and treating wastewater can actually stop water-borne diseases like typhoid and cholera ad with today’s environmental issues you can never be sure what kind of water-borne disease would sprung up next. Sewage treatment during these times will prove to be more beneficial than anything else.
  4. 4.  Prevention is still the best cure and to prevent any water-borne disease, then it is wise to carry out the sewage treatment on a regular basis and on schedule if there are schedules being maintained to ensure that the treatment is being carried out accordingly. Diseases today should not be taken lightly. Some noticed that different strains of the virus proved to be more lethal today than in the past. Sewage treatment can somehow help prevent any unwanted “bugs” from appearing and bring havoc in the planet.
  5. 5.  Sewage treatment is essential to ensure that the water for consumption will not have any diseases with it when it reached the main pipeline of our homes. Wastewater usually combines with the main water source and if there is no sewage treatment performed then chances are great that we might ingest contaminated water. Although there is water treatment being performed on the water being distributed for consumption, it is still better to have a sewage treatment for better protection.
  6. 6.  Sewage treatment involves the elimination of solids by screening physically or through the process called sedimentation. It is a very important process to ensure that every home will have clean supply of water without any contaminants that can harm you or your family. Clean water is not hard to have nowadays but if we are not careful with the things we are doing with the environment then having clean water without processing it might not even be possible to have anymore. The treatment are just counter measure to ensure that the water we get is still of fine quality.
  7. 7.  The different water treatments available must be considered carefully and any means available in making sure that we have clean water all the time must be seriously taken into consideration. Water is a very important source so we must do our share now to make sure that no further harm will come to the precious water that we care about. All must be able to act now before everything is too late. We only have one home and we must protect it at all cost and being aware of things around us will surely help.
  8. 8.  SOURCES OF SOLID WASTE- There are many sources from which the solid waste comes. All living thing creates waste. In natural systems, trees animals and other organisms contribute to waste.Humen creates waste as they alter natural system through extraction, processing and use of natural resources. From the study of various corporations it is clear that each person creates 44 tons of waste per year. Each person generates 90,000 pounds of waste in a lifetime. The sources are as follow- 1) Municipal:- Street sweeping, sewage treatment plant waste, waste from school and other institutions. 2) Domestic:- Garbage, rubbish and occasional large waste from house.
  9. 9.  Different Types of Solid Waste- Municipal Solid Waste Industrial Waste Hazardous Waste Hospital Waste Construction and Demolition Waste Waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Agricultural Waste
  10. 10.  3) Commercial:- From different stores and offices. 4) Industrial:- From manufacturing plants. 5) Mining:- From coal mining, stripmining etc. 6) Agricultural:- From farms grasslands and gardens.
  11. 11. WATER POLLUTION  Water pollution is any chemical, biological, or physical change in water quality that has a harmful effect on living organism or makes water unsuitable for desired uses.  has been suggested that it is the leading It worldwide cause of deaths and diseases,and that it accounts for the deaths of more than 14,000 people daily.
  12. 12. HUMAN AND NATURAL POLLUTANTS  Water is typically referred to as polluted when it is impaired by anthropogenic contaminants.  Natural phenomena such as volcanoes, alga blooms, storms, and earthquakes also cause major changes in water quality.
  13. 13. SOURCES OF WATER POLLUTION
  14. 14. MARINE POLLUTION Entry into the ocean of chemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural and residential waste, or the spread of invasive organisms. Most sources of marine pollution are land based. The pollution often comes from nonpoint sources such as agricultural runoff and wind blown debris.  Many potentially toxic chemicals adhere to tiny particles which are then taken up by plankton and benthos animals, most of which are either deposit or filter feeders.

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