the odors present in wastewater. In some cases, such like when it is discharged into plant for sewage treatment, the smells are eliminated or reduced to a point where they no longer pose a health risk for people or animals that come into contact with wastewater.
Another are flow equalization. It is common for wastewater to be more concentrated in comparison to the water it flows into, which demands wastewater treatment facilities to change the flow of its water.
The flow equalization as well as storage tanks for wastewater are essential parts of the wastewater treatment. Both of these steps eliminate harmful pathogens and pollutants in the wastewater. This makes it safe to release in the natural environment (such as the ocean) or stored as treatment effluent (like at a water treatment facility).
The most effective method to remove harmful chemicals from water are the wastewater treatment process. Two critical elements of wastewater treatment include flow equalization and wastewater storage tanks. They help lessen pollution while also protecting the natural environment.