The origin of waste water is always man made industries and buildings that make use of water in various forms. Treating the water to minimize the effects on environmental pollution is always a major factor to consider; hence most industries treat the water before dumping it to the natural water resources.
Various environmental protection agencies are actively involved to emphasize the value of waste water treatment, without it there would not be any more water for safe consumption. Due to deteriorating standard of drinking water, R.O systems are installed in various homes; so that people get to consume pure and germ free water.
The process of water treatment involves various techniques and equipment, allowing the sewage water to sit for a longer time helps the solid waste to be deposited under the water bed. Once the solid waste is separated from the water, the water is then taken for treatment and disbursed through the effluent system. The micro-organisms within the effluent water, breaks down hazardous substances and convert them into harmless gases.
Miscellaneous water treatment procedures are adapted by various local communities, to recycle water and minimize the effluent water to get wasted. When water is safely separated from the solid waste and treated to pass friendly gases, chlorine is added to it for better purification. As a result any residue or dangerous bacteria thriving inside the water is killed or being neutralized. Few more chemicals are used to minimize the bad effects of chlorine after the chlorine treatment.
These advanced techniques for waste water effluent treatment are very common for chemical, pharmaceutical and textiles industries. Sometime the effluent waste water is treated and used for irrigation purpose of non-consumable farming products like, cotton, floriculture and the likes.