C.Lavanya1, M. Pitchi Rajan, Dr. G.Loganathan, N.Thangam
sewage, BOD, Solids, ASP, public health, Sewage
One of the most important and valuable land resources for humans and all other living things on the planet is water. Regretfully, pollution and contamination are spreading quickly. This was primarily caused by industries disposing of waste untreated into adjacent bodies of water, such as lakes, ponds, and rivers. Every educational institution needs a suitable treatment facility to handle the sewage that is produced there. Thus, a sewage treatment plant with enough capacity to process the sewage must be built for the PERI EDUCATION. Prior to designing the sewage treatment plant, a study on the characteristics of the wastewater will be conducted. The pH value, total solids, total suspended particles, hardness, alkalinity, fluoride, iron, ammonia, nitrate, and phosphate are all analyzed as part of this research study. A sewage treatment plant is quite necessary to receive the hostels, college and canteen waste water and removes the materials which pose harm for general public environment. Its objective is to produce an environmentally-safe fluid waste stream (or treated effluent) and a solid waste (or treated sludge) suitable for disposal or reuse (usually as farm fertilizer).The main purpose of Sewage treatment process is to remove the various constituents of the polluting load: solids, organic carbon, nutrients, inorganic salts, metals, pathogens etc. Effective wastewater collection and treatment are of great importance from the standpoint of both; environmental and public health. Sewage/Wastewater treatment operations are done by various methods in order to reduce its water and organic content, and the ultimate goal of wastewater management is the protection of the environment in a manner commensurate with public health and socioeconomic concerns. This project deals with the proper design of a complete treatment of sewage and its major components such as storage tank, screen chamber, primary sedimentation tank, ASP (activated sludge process), secondary sedimentation tank.
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Unique Paper ID: 162047

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 291 - 296
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