SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
A sewage treatment plant is a facility that processes wastewater and sewage to remove pollutants and produce treated water that is safe for discharge into the environment. The process typically involves several stages of treatment, including primary treatment, secondary treatment, and sometimes tertiary treatment.
In primary treatment, solid materials are removed from the wastewater using screens, grit chambers, and sedimentation tanks. Secondary treatment typically involves biological processes, such as the use of bacteria and other microorganisms, to break down the remaining pollutants in the wastewater.