Waste Water Treatment according to Resotec Water is a process that if explained would sound much like, Treatment begins by physically removing large items from the water, using equipment like screens, in the head works of the plant. Primary treatment follows, which in most plants is a physical process (using gravity) to remove some suspended solids and organic matter from the wastewater. In large primary sedimentation basins, settle able solids and floatable materials separate from the wastewater and are then removed.
Secondary treatment removes biodegradable organic matter, nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus, and suspended solids from the wastewater. Disinfection is considered part of secondary treatment of wastewater. This is accomplished by either chemical, ultraviolet light or ozone processes.
The most common way to disinfect water at this stage is to use chlorine. Disinfection inactivates biological contaminants in the wastewater prior to discharge of the water into the environment. Resotec Water may treat this as a commercial service, however our primary goal is to ensure the overall safety of people in the global village.
To better outline this Resotec Water has come to the conclusion that treating our wastes properly not only protects the public’s health; it can also increase property value, protect wildlife and fish and allow many recreational activities to be enjoyed on the water or in the surrounding environment. Clean waterways aside from providing habitat for fish and wildlife contribute to the quality of life of nearby citizens.
Thus reinforcing Resotec Water’s resolve to invest over and above their social & economic responsibility to ensure that the processes that surround waste water treatment are the at a level above standard.