Chemical Wastewater Treatment
Colloids is dissolved and suspended in groundwater and surface water. To extract dissolved and suspended colloids from liquids, coagulation is required. There are three phases in the chemical coagulation and flocculation process. In indutrial wastewater treatment plants, chemical wastewater treatment is commonly used.
Coagulation, Flocculation, Sedimentation
Colloids range in size from 1 nm to 0.1 nm. Chemicals, such as alum, ferric sulfate, and ferric chloride, should be added to make it bigger than this amount. The phase of sedimentation is accelerated by chemical coagulation. Chemical addition is used to cause colloids to precipitate. The inclusion of chemicals ensures that colloids bind together, resulting in larger colloids and improved sedimentation.
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Various wastewater flow amounts and characteristics are found in industrial factories, depending on the manufacturing facilities.
Since this treatment requires microorganisms, it is distinct than that of physical or chemical threatments. There are two types of biological treatment systems.