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    constructed with a capacity of 54 cubic meters which uses anaerobic method to pre-treat the black and grey water from the toilet, wash basins etc. Treated effluent was discharged to an existing public sewer and the accumulated sludge was removed once a year and used as fertilizer. The biogas was piped to a nearby café where it was used for cooking. A water trap chamber was installed next to the biogas plant, in order to collect condensed water in the pipe (Rieck and Onyango, 2010). Compared to Africa and other continents of the world, Europe has plenty of water resources and water has long been considered as an inexhaustible…

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    Moraba and Al Manshyia well water treatment plants 2.1. Physicochemical parameters Comparison between different physico chemical parameters was illustrated in table (6) and figures (15,16,17). The mean value of residual chlorine in Ezbet El Moraba well water treatment plant was 0.03 mg/L, while that of Al Manshyia well water treatment plant was 0.14 mg/L. The mean values of turbidity of Ezbet El Moraba and Al Manshyia well water treatment plants were 1.4 NTU and 1.25 NTU, respectively.The…

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    conserving water because it is one of the most used resources in the beer producing process. In fact, New Belgium can treat water on site and reuse it, which reduces strain on municipal water treatment plants. AB InBev essentially has the same facilities, but it is more focused on growing barley with a greater efficiency. AB InBev has been directly involved with agricultural production by trying to find better ways of irrigation so that water use is limited. New Belgium, on the other hand, is…

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    company to another. Also, main problem which is leakage was confronted by Majis water treatment Company. Leakage of the pipe was effected on product and low efficiency of equipment. Also, companies are trying to get same level of product. For example,…

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    Water Pollution In Canada

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    about amongst all the other types of pollution. Another type of pollution that causes severe damage to the environment is water pollution. Water pollution occurs when toxic substances enter water bodies getting dissolved in them. In countries such as India, Afghanistan, and Chad people are drinking water directly from the lakes, oceans, and nearby streams. This water is contaminated by millions of chemicals that are getting ingested into their bodies. They have no other option, but to drink this…

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    By 2050, it is expected that this ratio will change to 80:20, therefore the need for food will increase. Dickson Despommier said a great statement that “the world would be a much better place if we had vertical farming”. Vertical farming is a process of growing crops in a building that is many stories high, using LED lighting, Cloth Medium, and Aeroponics. Essentially, the plants are created “using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil” 3 , and LED lights that provide the plants the…

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    The Bio Filtration Process

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    Bio-filtration Bio-filter is considered the most important and efficient separation process that is used in the elimination of organic pollutants from water sources. The article focus on the biological processes that are used in bio-filtration and determination of their effectiveness (Acero, 2009). Full-scale laboratory applications of wastewater treatment and bio-filter are discussed and compared with their pollutant removal ability. Filtration is defined as necessary treatment process used…

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    Waste Water Case Solution

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    This method may cost too much to modify machines, and hiring experts may waste time. In this case, to achieve the goal of fully successful waste-water treatment, it is essential to build a small secondary sewage treatment plant, which the cost is unseasonable high, and the complex operations management must also be equipped with professional worker, which greatly limits its widely used. I doubt any firm will be willing to pay this extra efforts to to use this method to eliminate waste-water. …

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    was rushed to the nearby hospital after she lost consciousness. The doctor carried out a few tests on her. She kept on throwing up and she could not eat. Her mother was worried about her only child. The doctor asked to speak with her mother after Victoria was diagnosed of diarrhea. “What kind of water do you drink?” Her mother replied, “We drink the water by the river bank.” The doctor discharged Victoria with some drug prescription. He followed them home to…

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    Clean Water Act Essay

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    Prior to 1970, few regulations existed to protect the waters bodies of the United States. Due to public health and notable environmental impacts noticed by the public, public pressure on government officials resulted in an environmental movement that created the US Environmental Protection Agency. As a result, on 1972 the Federal Water Pollution Control Act was created, better known as the Clean Water Act (CWA). Improvements to water quality are directly linked to the implementation of programs…

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