# Flowchart /Diagram for waste water treatment plant (WWTP) according to NCERT?

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my son is been given flow chart in class 6 for english grammer what is this

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diagram of wwpt

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Find the value of (2.3a^5b^2)?(1.2a^2b^2),when a=1and b=0.5
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hope this will help u
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This diagram will help you solve your question but just in short wastewater goes to bar screen to remove large objects then goes to grit and sand removal tank where grit , sand and pebbles settle down . This water goes to clarification tank where sludge is removed . This clarified water goes to aeration tank where aerobic bacteria consume the human waste , soap etc.then water is removed from the top .this water goes to chlorination tank where chlorine is added to kill remaining bacteria , germs etc . Now this water is fit for drinking.

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?that's the flowchart
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WHAT IS SLUDGE
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Components of sewage impurities and their characteristics

Organic components example: Human faeces, animal wastes, oil, urea (urine), pesticides, herbicides, fruits, and vegetable wastes etc.

Inorganic components example: Nitrates, phosphates, metals

Nutrients example: Phosphorus and nitrogen

Bacteria example: The organisms which cause cholera and typhoid.

Protozoans example: The organisms which cause dysentery and diarrhoea.

*Sewage contains harmful components and therefore utmost care should be taken to avoid consuming water contaminated with sewage.

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Components of sewage impurities and their characteristics

Organic components

Human faeces, animal wastes, oil, urea (urine), pesticides, herbicides, fruits, and vegetable wastes etc.

Inorganic components

Nitrates, phosphates, metals

Nutrients

Phosphorus and nitrogen

Bacteria

The organisms which cause cholera and typhoid

Protozoans

The organisms which cause dysentery and diarrhoea

Sewage contains harmful components and therefore utmost care should be taken to avoid consuming water contaminated with sewage.
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Components of sewage impurities and their characteristics

Organic components

Human faeces, animal wastes, oil, urea (urine), pesticides, herbicides, fruits, and vegetable wastes etc.

Inorganic components

Nitrates, phosphates, metals

Nutrients

Phosphorus and nitrogen

Bacteria

The organisms which cause cholera and typhoid

Protozoans

The organisms which cause dysentery and diarrhoea

Sewage contains harmful components and therefore utmost care should be taken to avoid consuming water contaminated with sewage.
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water story
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