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Wastewater treatment by Muhammad Fahad Ansari 12IEEM14

  1. 1. Muhammad Fahad Ansari 12IEEM14
  2. 2. BASIC CONCEPTS: In order to dispose off the waste water, it should meet some standards set by local authorities. With these standards wastewater should be treated. More than one treatment is needed to achieve the desired change in quality. Thus, it is a chain processes operating in sequence.
  3. 3. BASIC CONCEPTS: Contd:….. In some cases treatment processes do not destroy the impurity but simply concentrate them in the form of sludge or effluent stream. Selection of proper method based on the characteristics of wastewater is the key to solving treatment problems.
  4. 4. Different treatment processes Wastewater treatment is divided into three main processes.2. Physical processes comprising screening or straining, sedimentation, flocculation and filtration.3. Chemical treatment using adsorption, coagulation, ion exchange, precipitation.4. Biological treatment processes with dispersed growth system( activated sludge, stabilization ponds); fixed film reactors( biological filters such as tricking filter)
  5. 5.  Wastewater treatment processes normally uses physical processes initially and later chemical processes like precipitation. But if it not sufficiently treated by the two processes, the three can be used.
  6. 6. Treats water from rivers, lakes, etc to send to homes for municipal use.
  7. 7. Municipal Water Purification Plant
  8. 8. Water Treatment Plant StagesDepending on the type of treatment plant and thequality of raw water, treatment generally proceedsin the following sequence of stages: 1. Screening 5. Sedimentation 2. Aeration 6. Pre-chlorination and dechlorination 3. pH correction 7. Filtration 4. Coagulation and 8. Disinfection flocculation 9. pH adjustment
  9. 9. Initial Stages1. Screening - removal of any coarse floating objects, weeds, etc.2. Aeration - dissolving oxygen into the water  removes smell and taste  promotes helpful bacteria growth3. pH correction - preparing for coagulation and to help precipitate metals. isis.csuhayward.edu/alss/Geography/ mlee/geog4350/4350c4f01.ppt
  10. 10. h Sedimentation – - Floc settles out and is scraped and vacuumed off the bottom of large sedimentation tanks. - Clarified water drains out of the top of these tanks in a giant decanting process.6. Pre-chlorination and dechlorination - mostly to kill algae that would otherwise grow and clog the water filters. Also kills much of the remaining bacteria
  11. 11. Filtering Out What’s Left7. Filtration (depends on size of plant/volume of water considerations)  Rapid-sand filters force water through a 0.45-1m layer of sand and work faster, needing a smaller area. But they need frequent back- washing  Slow-sand filters require a much larger area but reduce bacteriological and viral levels to better due to the biofilm layer. The top 1 inch of biofilm must be periodically scraped off and the filter occasionally back-washed
  12. 12. Final Touches8. Disinfection - water completely free of suspended sediment is treated with a powerful oxidizing agent usually one of three types:  Chlorine  Chlorine can form harmful byproducts and has suspected links to stomach cancer and miscarriages.  Chloramine (chlorine then ammonia)  Many agencies now residually disinfect with Chloramine- does not dissipate from water before reaching consumers like chlorine does  Ozone- more expensive  UV-light9. pH adjustment - so that treated water leaves the plant in the desired range of 6.5 to 8.5 pH units.
  13. 13. Possible Additional Steps Heavy metal removal: most treatment plants do not have special stages for metals but rely on oxygenation, coagulation and ion exchange in filters to remove them. If metals persist, additional treatment would be needed Troublesome organics: Activated carbon filters are required where soluble organic constituents are present because many will pass straight through standard plants, e.g. pesticides, phenols.
  14. 14. Thankyou

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