anding the process can remove any stigmas and show the importance of these processing manufacturing facilities.
The water first gets filtered through the bar screen. These screens collect large pieces of debris that are mixed with the water such as branches and flushable wipes. If the debris becomes excessively large to allow water to flow the screens must be regularly cleaned.
Next, the water flows through chambers for grit. The chambers attract small particles, such as dirt or sand that make the water more clear.
The water is then pumped through aeration tanks. The aeration tanks push bubbles up from the bottom of the flowing water. Once they reach the top, everything that was in the water at this point is pushed up toward the surface, permitting easy removal.
To learn more about wastewater treatment options, be sure to watch the attached video.