Biological or a physical-chemical treatment, Chemistry

A) Explain the purposes of equalization basins, grit chambers, primary sedimentation tanks, and waste stabilization ponds in wastewater treatment.

B) Would you consider a biological or a physical-chemical treatment process to be improved for treating the wastewater formed from a potato processing plant? Why?

 

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