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Figure1: Schematic of typical waste water treatment process 

Figure1: Schematic of typical waste water treatment process 

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Waste water treatment is an important issue because of lessening water resources. The primary reason for waste water treatment process is to expel the different constituents of the polluting load: solids, natural carbon, supplements, inorganic salts, metals, pathogens and so on. In this paper, mainly decentralized method is considered as a solution...

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... the clean water is released into nature for reusing. Figure 1 shows the outline of the proposed system. ...

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Quarry wastewater is the main pollutant for the surface and underground natural water bodies during mining operations. Negative impact is expressed in contamination of natural reservoirs with fine suspended particles and salt solutions. To reduce the harmful impact of quarry wastewater they are treated using artificial filtering massifs. Such massifs are commonly constructed using artificial and natural sorbents. The retention of particles in the filtering layer is the result of two main processes: the adhesion of fine particles of suspension to the surface of the particles of the artificial filtering massif and the jamming of coarser particles in the pores of the filter layer. Simultaneously with the processes of contaminants capture, the process of contaminants washing out of the filter array may occur. It occurs when the particle size distribution of the filter layer is unappropriated and filtration speeds are high, and may be accompanied by deformation of the filter media.
... In April, 2018, Avijit Mallik and Md. Arman Arefin published a research about introducing and design of a de-centralize treatment plant for southern Bangladesh [17]. This research is the extended part of the previous one. ...
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... IEE is completed to decide if possibly unfriendly natural impacts are critical or whether moderation measures can be received to diminish or dispense with these unfavourable impacts. The IEE contains a concise explanation of key natural issues, in view of promptly accessible data, and is utilized as a part of the early (pre-possibility) period of venture arranging [8][9][10][11]. The IEE likewise recommends whether top to bottom investigations are required. At the point when an IEE can give a clear answer for ecological issues, an EIA isn't vital. ...
... The World Bank takes note of that the cost of setting up an EIA once in a while surpasses one for each penny of the task expenses and this rate can be lessened further if nearby staff are utilized to do the majority of the work. For Bank extends, the relative cost of an EIA normally goes from just 0.06 for every penny to 0.10 for each penny of aggregate venture costs [8][9][10][11][12]. ...
... Global Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA, 1999) and others have created managing standards for EIA/IA [5,[9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22]. The standards recorded underneath are a determination of a portion of the archived ones. ...
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