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Wastewater reclamation systems are the darlings of the environmental sustainability and conservation movements. These systems filter and treat sewage water from toilets, sinks and laundries. Ordinarily, sewage water is piped to rivers and oceans and deposited there, polluting ecosystems and causing damage to environmental resources. Wastewater reclamation systems provide an alternative solution that can be more cost-effective than wasting water and is certainly more environmentally-friendly.
A perception persists that reclaimed water is contaminated and can never be suitable for drinking. Whether this perception is true or false, wastewater reclamation systems are most commonly used to produce water suitable for non-drinking purposes, such as for irrigation, landscaping, and cooling systems. The availability of fresh water tends to drive the popularity of wastewater reclamation systems in certain areas, particularly if the area is subject to drought or anticipates climate change.
Typical wastewater reclamation systems pipe sewer water into a septic tank. The wastewater is filtered multiple times and disinfected by one of a variety of processes, such as by ultra-violet light. The number of times the wastewater is filtered tends to determine how the water is ultimately used. Filtering the wastewater twice in some systems can produce water that is near drinking standards. Read more about wastewater reclamation systems from the links on this Business.com page.
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