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Waste Water

Waste water is contaminated by organic and inorganic water. It is essential to keep our water supply clean to sustain life.

Wastewater - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wastewater, also written as waste water, is any water that has been adversely affected in quality by anthropogenic influence. Municipal wastewater is usually conveyed in a combined sewer or sanitary sewer, and treated at a wastewater treatment plant or septic tank. Treated wastewater is discharged into a receiving water via an effluent sewer.

State Water Resources Control Board - San Francisco Bay

What is wastewater? Wastewater is water containing wastes from residential, commercial, and industrial processes. Municipal wastewater contains sewage, gray water (e.g., water from sinks and showers), and sometimes industrial wastewater. Large industries, such as refineries, also generate wastewater. Wastewater requires treatment to remove pollutants prior to discharge. How do we regulate wastewater?

Wastewater - National Small Flows Clearinghouse and National Onsite Demonstration Program

Wastewater and Onsite Systems The National Small Flows Clearinghouse (NSFC) was funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA) to help America's small communities and individuals solve their wastewater problems through objective information about onsite wastewater collection and treatment systems. NSFC products and information are the only national resource of its type, dealing with small community wastewater infrastructure.

NJ Water & Waste Treatment Chemicals Supplier - Seidler

Seidler, based in Newark NJ, is a reputable chemicals supplier including chemicals for water & waste treatment. Click here or call us at 973-465-1122.

New York City's Wastewater

New York City's 14 wastewater treatment plants together treat 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater daily. Our system combines sanitary flow, created each time a New Yorker turns on a tap, runs a washing machine or flushes a toilet, and runoff that enters our sewers whenever it rains or snows.

NJDEP-Division of Water Quality

NJDEP- Division of Water Quality - Water Pollution Control