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Waste water By: Mitchell Oshaben Nick Mracek Bryant Wood Lauden Sullivan Alex Shelton ll
History Waste water has been around since the beginning of man kind but mainly resonantly has been treated The transportation started in Rome also having public latrines.
History Middle ages Deuteronomic Code (Deut. 23:13):"and you shall have a stick with your weapons; and when you sit down outside, you shall dig a hole with it, and turn back and cover up your excrement." Erasmus (1530): It is impolite to greet someone who is urinating or defecating. The Gallant Ethic (1700): If you see someone relieving themselves, you should act as if you had not seen them! During this time they had chamber pots in which they threw into the street
History In early murica they made sewers on an as need basis which slowly developed into a bigger system
Transmission/Distribution Individual flushes the toilet or uses the sink It rains
Transmission/Distribution The waste travels through the waste pipes of the individual's home
Transmission/Distribution Rain and waste empty into the sewer
Transmission/Distribution The sewers go to the treatment plant
Treated water empties into nearby bodies of water.
Methods of Measuring Measured in gallons per unit per day Measured by a meter located someplace in an inconspicuous location on the property that is making the waste water that is measured by the meter.
Sizing. Number of Bedrooms Total Septic Tank Capacity Drainfield Size (Coarse Sand/Grave l) Drainfield Size (Clean Medium Sand) Drainfield Size (Fine/Loamy Sand) sq. ft. Drainfield Size (Fill-Type Drainfield) 2 or less1500 gallons800 sq. ft.1000 sq ft gallons1000 sq. ft.1200 sq. ft gallons1200 sq. ft sq. ft gallons1600 sq. ft1800 sq. ft gallons1800 sq. ft sq. ft Drains are typically.75 inches
Possible Sources Mitco-private Jet Waste water Treatment Solutions- personal Siemens Municipal WasteWater Treatment- public
Mitco Provide Waste water treatment and removal for private corporations Can remove chemical waste for private businesses
Jet Waste water Treatment Solutions Provide a personal water treatment system Cost $20,000 Can process 50 gallons of water a day Takes over for old septic tanks
Siemens Municipal WasteWater Treatment A public waste water management provider Works in most big cities Main treatment plant in Nobelsville, IN Biggest waste water management company in the country