Track 9: Waste Water Treatment

Even while the typical recycling wastewater treatment indicators after treatment can fulfil the standards for discharge and re-use, it doesn't always follow that the effluent is safe. When recycling discharge criteria are established, complete toxicity should be taken into account from a sustainable perspective to maintain recycling ecological and human security. Toxicity reduction should be taken into account while choosing and maximizing the treatment procedures to increase the ecological security of recycling wastewater treatment operations. The objectives of various treatment processes, such as the procedures for specific wastewater treatment, wastewater reuse, and the safety of receiving waters, were the main emphasis of this review of studies on the ecological security of wastewater

  • Track 1-1 Treatment processes
  • Track 2-2 Latest treatment
  • Track 3-3 Recycling processes
  • Track 4-4 Stages of wastewater treatment

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