Talk:Wastewater treatment

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the primary treatment plant remove the big and solid pollutants from the wastewater, at the same time, the machine separates the waste into three distinct stratification by density when the scum layer floated to the top while the sluge settle down to the bottom of the tank and the water flows to the secondary treatment process!

[edit] small talk on the sideline

It's not clear why these removals where made, as there were no edit comments:

  1. The Wikipedia links: {{wikipedia p|Sewage treatment}} & {{wikipedia p|Industrial wastewater treatment}}[1]
  2. "Effects of Wasterwater" section[2]

--Chriswaterguy (talk) 19:48, 16 March 2008 (PDT)

== 'primary treatment for wastewater is to remove solid pollutant and stratification of scum at top; water at middle and sluges at the bottome 'mechanic machines such as screeners and pumping conveyor belts are being used in primary treatment==

[edit] the Aesthetics of Water on Earth

<[[{{The wastewater changed to recycledwater important not only in term or health; safety and security, but also in term of environmental and aesthetics awareness, according to the book "the routledge companion to aesthetics" by Alan Goldman and edited Berys Gaut and Dominic McIver Lope, "the term 'aesthetic' was first fused in the eighteenth century by the philosopher Alexander Baumgarten to refer to cognition by means of the senses, sensuous knowlege. He later came to use it in reference to the perception of beauty by the senses, especially in art. Kant picked up on this use, applying the term to judgements of beauty in both art and nature. The concept has broadened once again more recently. It now qualifies not only judgements or evaluations, but properties, attitudes, experience, and pleasure or value as well, and its application is no longer restricted to beauty alone.}}]]>

  1. REDIRECT [[But in reading the handbook of Environmental Psychology by Robert B. Bechtela and Arza Chruchman, wastewater related to environment in the contamination sense as the invisible built environment, in the way that wastewater runs down the toilets or kitchen sinks and the bathroom tubes, therefore the wastewater became invisible and out of sight as fast as possible underground in the soil and out of the mind that I created large quantiy of wastewater! in chaper 36-contamination: the invisible built environment by Michael R. Edelstein, on the issue of toxic shock and adaptation, the book goes on as "Edelstein describes the intrusion of toxic exposure into people's lives with his theory of environmental turbulence. In brief, the theory recognizes that toxic incidents may spend extended periods of time in 'incubation,' while toxic exposure is occurring undetected and unrecognized. During this time, victims continue to live their prior lives. Like most people, they are comparatively oblivious to changes for which they lack a personal baseline of comparison, exhibiting the human adaptation to incremental and gradual change that has more globally resulted in a collective 'environmental generational ammesia' that accounts for tpeople allowing the environment to degrade to a perilous state. When a personal baseline becomes evident, people become very sensitive to changes that contradict established points of adaptation and expectation." ]]