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The aim of this course is to enable the students to have the comprehensive understanding on Wastewater treatment processes, including preliminary, primary, secondary and tertiary treatments. In the first part of the course, student will be introduced to the wastewater sources, flow rate, treatment standard, location and plant hydraulics. The second part will be dealing with unit processes in primary treatment such as bar rack, screen, grit removal and sedimentation basin. The following part of the course containing the biological and chemical treatment processes of wastewater. By the end of the course, the student is expected to be familiarizing with the design principles of unit processes in wastewater treatment plant, applying all the basic knowledge in wastewater treatment theory.
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