Admin / 18 Oktober 2021

UIL Waste Treatment

What is wastewater, and why treat it?

Wastewater is used water. It includes substances such as human waste, food scraps, oils, soaps and chemicals. In homes, this includes water from sinks, showers, bathtubs, toilets, washing machines and dishwashers. Businesses and industries also contribute their share of used water that must be cleaned.

We consider wastewater treatment as a water use because it is so interconnected with the other uses of water. Much of the water used by homes, industries, and businesses must be treated before it is released back to the environment.

If the term "wastewater treatment" is confusing to you, you might think of it as "sewage treatment." Nature has an amazing ability to cope with small amounts of water wastes and pollution, but it would be overwhelmed if we didn't treat the billions of gallons of wastewater and sewage produced every day before releasing it back to the environment. Treatment plants reduce pollutants in wastewater to a level nature can handle.

Wastewater also includes storm runoff. Although some people assume that the rain that runs down the street during a storm is fairly clean, it isn't. Harmful substances that wash off roads, parking lots, and rooftops can harm our rivers and lakes.

Field Of Activity :

1. Wastewater Screening
2. Ultra-Fine Screening
3. Screenings Treatment
4. Grit Separation
5. Grit Treatment
6. Filtration and Micro-Screening for Advanced Wastewater Treatment
7. Storm Water Treatment
8. Heating and Cooling with Wastewater
9. Sludge Treatment
10. Mechanical Sludge Treatment
11. Thermal Sewage Sludge Treatment and Utilisation
12. Flotation
13. Industrial Wastewater Treatment
14. Water Intake Solutions
15. MENA-Water
16. Safe Access Solutions

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