What happens at a wastewater treatment plant?
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A wastewater treatment plant is a facility that removes contaminants from wastewater and converts it into a usable form. It consists of several physical, chemical, and biological processes, such as screening, sedimentation, flocculation, filtration, and disinfection.
The primary goal of these processes is to reduce pollutants and organic matter in the wastewater to a level that is safe for discharge into the environment. This helps protect public health and the environment by preventing contamination of drinking water supplies, rivers, lakes, and other aquatic habitats.