Analysis of domestic sewage treatment system

Monika PAWLITA–POSMYK*, Małgorzata WZOREK – Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Opole University of Technology, Opole, Poland
Please cite as: CHEMIK 2016, 70, 10, 620–625

Industrial growth, as well as development of rural and urban areas contribute to an increased amount of generated wastewater that must be treated in order to avoid negative environmental impact, especially on contamination of soil and water [1, 2]. Maintaining the proper sanitary state forms and foundations for the improvement of life quality and comfort of inhabitants – this can be supported by devices providing wastewater disposal and neutralization [3]. Transport and treatment of domestic wastewater from rural areas (dispersed, moderately dense buildings) requires application of different techniques than ones applied in towns and cities. In case of rural areas, one has to take into account various environmental, economic and social limitations that result from the existing infrastructure [4].

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