WASTED water treatment. Waste water treatment involves the removal of unwanted biological contaminants, including chemicals, viruses, bacteria, and microorganisms, to prevent the proliferation of disease, to minimize the threat of waterborne disease, to decrease the consumption of energy, to contain odors, heat, and other unavoidable contaminants in water sources, to provide improved quality of life for the public, and to increase the amount of clean and safe drinking water available to citizens. Waste water treatment includes disinfection, pretreatment, stabilization, filtration, ion exchange, carbon dioxide removal, and ion exchange.
SOLID WASTES MANAGEMENT. This method involves the collection of solid waste in a designated area, such as a yard or a landfill, so that the solid waste can be safely disposed of, at the end of its waste cycle. Some of the types of solid waste disposal include composting, vermicomposting (composting manure), and biomass (burning organic waste). Some other types of solid waste disposal include incineration, washing, or washing machines, garbage, biofuels, sewage, garbage disposals, landfills, landfill gasification, landfills, soil erosion, soil compaction, and water.
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. This method of solid waste management involves the collection of solid waste in a designated area, such as a landfill, so that the solid waste can be safely disposed of, after its waste cycle has finished. Some of the types of solid waste disposed of in this manner are trash, recyclables, recyclable paper, metals, glass, plastic, textiles, batteries, agricultural products, or biodegradable wastes.
KITCHEN WASTED WATER TREATMENT. This is a popular option for home owners who do not have access to a sewage or septic system. Kitchen waste water treatment involves the collection of kitchen waste water by a single-stage, in-line kitchen water dispenser, which removes unwanted solids from waste water and converts it into usable kitchen waste water. The process uses a carbon filter and sub-micron filtration technology to treat waste water.
WET WASTED WATTERWARE TREATMENT. This method of kitchen waste water treatment is usually used for commercial facilities, where there is an abundance of kitchen waste water.
HHO (High Volume Home Water Purification) systems use a combination of carbon filters and activated granular carbon filters to filter out biological contaminants, while removing solids, chemicals, colorants, suspended solids, or any other pollutants found in kitchen waste water. The carbon is forced through the media, forcing particles down through the sub-micron filtration filters which trap the suspended particles and removing them from the water. These processes remove toxins and other contaminants in kitchen waste water, providing a clean, healthy, safe drinking water source.