What happens during the biological wastewater treatment? What can be removed and how/why?
Biological wastewater treatment is a process that turns human waste into an organic, nutrient-rich sludge containing less harmful bacteria and nutrients.
The objective of the technology is to provide safe drinking water by using it as fertilizer for plants growing in local gardens or parks — to help us all better understand how nature works!
The use of biological treatments for treating sewage is a major advancement in the field.
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