Advanced Treatment Technologies For Recycle/Reuse Of Domestic Wastewater

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Conventional wastewater treatment technologies improve the quality of wastewater discharged into the environment and restrain polluted waters from contaminating other available clean water resources. However, these treatment technologies do not make wastewater fit for further beneficial uses in communities closer to the points of generation. Innovative and advanced technologies that can further improve the quality of wastewater are needed to overcome this limitation of conventional technologies, and to promote widespread adoption of recycle and reuse practices. Advanced treatment processes can be biological processes, physicochemical processes, or a combination of both (hybrid processes). Biological processes to remove nutrient pollutants such as nitrogen and phosphorus, provide the platform for further wastewater treatment to reusable quality. Physicochemical processes such as deep-bed filtration, floating media filtration, and membrane filtration, play a major role among treatment technologies for water reuse. Membrane filtration has significant advantages over other processes since they produce high quality effluent that requires little or no disinfection with minimum sludge generation. The hybrid processes attempt to obtain the benefits of both biological and physicochemical processes in one step.


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