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A sequencing batch reactors are used for water treatment. Oxygen is fizzed through sewage water and activated sludge in batches which in turn reduces organic matter in the sewage water. SBR sewage treatment includes five treatment stages, fill, react, settle, decant and idle. A certain amount of sewage water is first filtered to remove larger unwanted particles. Then oxygen is bubbled through the wastewater to ensure oxygen supply is sufficient as it is necessary for
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Greywater, also known as sullage, is the wastewater which is produced in households or office buildings without faecal pollutants. Sources would include showers, kitchen sinks, washing machines, or dishwashers. Wastewater from toilets is called blackwater which has very different composition. Onsite treatment of greywater is required in areas where there is a shortage of water. It has a high potential for reuse. And greywater is usually safer and easier to treat and reuse greywater due
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