Overview of Water Treatment
The water treatment system is a collection of subsystems used to produce makeup water at a sufficient quality and volume for boiler and cooling system operation at a facility. Water is brought into the system as wastewater from a local water treatment plant, filtered and treated to meet quality requirements used to support site makeup requirements, then returned to the water treatment facility.
The water first arrives into the raw water system as treated wastewater or grey water. The water is put through the clarification processes to remove suspended solids and increase clarity, and sent to the service water system.
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