Various steps required for making water suitable , Chemistry

Q. Name the various steps required for making water suitable for domestic use.

Ans. Treatment process for domestic use

S. No.

Process use for treatment

Impurities removed

1.

screening

Floating materials like sand, clay etc.

2.

Sedimentation with coagulation

Fine suspended inorganic matter

3.

Filtration

Colloidal impurities and larger organisms

4.

Disinfection

Pathogenic bacteria

5.

sedimentation

Suspended  impurities like sand, clay etc.

 

 

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