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waste water

Wastewater is treated to remove pollutants (contaminants). Wastewater treatment is a process to improve and purify the water, removing some or all of the contaminants, making it fit for reuse or discharge back to the environment. Discharge may be to surface water, such as rivers or the ocean, or to groundwater that lies beneath the land surface of the earth. Properly treating wastewater assures that acceptable overall water quality is maintained.

"It s a large, comprehensive upgrade to the wastewater treatment facility. This is the second phase, folks might remember about a year ago, the [Rotating Biological Contactor] component of the project was constructed ahead of time to take advantage of some stimulus funding," said Schramm. "So we broke that part of the project off and fast-tracked that, and that was constructed during the last construction season."

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Wastewater is a term applied to any type of water that has been utilized in some capacity that negatively impacts the quality of the water. Common examples of wastewater include water that is discharged from households, office and retail buildings, and manufacturing plants. Wastewater may also refer to any water that is utilized in an agricultural facility and is no longer considered fit for human consumption.

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