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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT : I would like to thank my professors, without whose guidance this paper would never have been possible. I would like to specially thank Prof. Avik Sahoo under whose guidance I am submitting this paper. I would also like to acknowledge all external sources from which I have collected the data for this report.


Introduction Current water shortages and the cost associated with freshwater have made water reuse and recycling of major importance. Reused water is currently used for non-potable purpose , such as agriculture , landscape , public parks and golf course irrigation , industrial process water etc. Benefits of reuse includes protection of ecosystems and reduction and prevention of pollution. T his paper focus on the environmental & health considerations related to utilization of treated water.

What is Wastewater Recycling ?:

What is Wastewater Recycling ? Waste water treatment organic farming are well establish in the world today . However joining them together is a special feature of waste water recycling.

What is(in) waste water:

What is(in) waste water

Waste water recycling :

Waste water recycling

Waste water recycling and use:

Waste water recycling and use 1.Wastewater recycling helps you get the most from limited water supplies. It's a low-cost, environmentally friendly way to create fresh water for industry and agriculture. 2.Waste Water & Process Technologies is on the forefront with a wide range of recycling solutions 3. This also offers a wide range of treatment technologies for reclaiming industrial waste water. Benefits to You Reduced stress on drinking water supplies Flexibility to suit specific applications Affordable cost Low environmental impact

Water recycling:

Water recycling

Water recycling unit:

Water recycling unit

Water recycling & treatment process:

Water recycling & treatment process

Inputs, Processes and Outputs:

Inputs, Processes and Outputs

Different Models for Different Conditions :

Different Models for Different Conditions Size of facilities varies from a few square meters to several square kilometers . This is ideal for recycling wastewater. These models were developed for such communities: The dilution model ; where a wastewater collection system exists but is infiltrated by groundwater, rain and sand. The digester-dyke-pond model for concentrated effluent ; to rebuild or construct a collection system which separates wastewater from rainwater, The soil filter model, where large water surfaces are undesirable for social reasons such as houses located very close to the treatment area.


Advantages Could stop lots of pollutants to enter the natural process Could help nature to be cleaner and not plagued by weeds Could remove Chemicals that could have been harmful for environment 4. Stops waste water seepage into natural water sources.


Disadvantages 1. Smell 2. Cuts into natural process where every other person's crap is some organism's food. 3. Chemicals used could be harmful in long run. 4. Requires large area of land that could be permanently damaged. 5. Air born pollution and germs.


conclusion Thus,recycling of waste water has advantages as well as disadvantages but in most cases it is useful like it could remove harmful chemical from the environment etc..

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