What is flocculation in wastewater treatment?
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Flocculation in wastewater treatment is a process of combining individual particles that are suspended in water into larger, more easily removable clumps or flakes. This process is typically done using chemicals such as polymers and aluminum sulfate, allowing the particles to more easily settle out and be filtered from the water.