Domestic waste water management, Biology

All the water used in the home that goes into the drain or into sewage collection system is called waste water. Domestic sewage is the waste water from kitchens, bathrooms etc. It comes primarily from individuals and does not generally  include industrial or agricultural waste water.

The main components of waste water management are:

(i) Collection          (ii)           conveyance

(iii) Treatment         (iv)          disposal

 

 

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