For the treatment of domestic wastewater, the main dimensioning criterion for a biological treatment plant is the organic load resulting from the organic load per day and per inhabitant, multiplied by the number of inhabitants connected to the installation.
admin_bioboxIn Morocco, sizing an urban wastewater treatment plant
In countries with limited water resources, the reuse of wastewater appears to be a necessity.
To produce quality treated water without risk to health (and thus allow its reuse), a treatment plant must be equipped with a so-called “tertiary” treatment, which complements the secondary biological treatment (the latter allowing only a discharge to the natural environment).
admin_biobox“Reuse” of treated water : a political, socio-economic and ecological issue