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Aerobic System Inspection & Maintenance

Aerobic treatment is a type of surface application that uses oxygen and or air to break down organic pollutants. The process of aerobic treatment is also known as activated sludge. The wastewater is mixed with microorganisms that feed on the organic pollutants.

The mixture is then agitated to keep the microorganisms alive and breaking down the pollutants. Oxygen or air is then added to the mixture to help the process along.

The wastewater then flows over a series of sloped surfaces which helps to separate the liquids from the solids. The liquids are then collected and discharged while the solids are dried and disposed of. The process is considered an anaerobic process because it does not use oxygen.

The wastewater is mixed with microorganisms that feed on the organic pollutants. The process of aerobic treatment is one that uses a type of microorganism known as “bacteria”.

The bacteria are allowed to produce enzymes that are toxic to the pollutants. The resulting toxins and organic wastes are then removed by the wastewater treatment plant.

The activated sludge process is a technique for treating sewage. The process of aerobic treatment uses bacteria to help break down the pollutants in the wastewater.

The toxic chemicals are then removed from the wastewater by a series of processes known as “biochemical oxidation”. The activated sludge process is a technique of sewage treatment that uses a biological agent to kill the microorganisms and promote the growth of organisms that can remove pollutants from the wastewater.