A Conversation for An Overview of Waste Water

Wastewater Plants

Post 1


Greetings, HollePolle;
I was walking around the university when I saw your article.
I, too, work with, and sometimes in, wastewater. The company that I work for manages, repairs, maintains and operates several water and wastewater plants.
A couple of the plants are SBR'- sequencial bach reactor(s)
and a couple of hybird plants made up from Lagoons and re-activated sludge packaged plants.
The most interesting are the lagoons. The first 'plant' dates back to the Roman empire. The simple design of this system was probably more of a masterpiece than the Romans knew. It combines the bacteria of human's, in the wastewater with other Earth resources; the sun, wind and gravity. (but I'm sure you already know this)
Keep up the good work, I look forward to its commpletion.
Sincerely, Moatas

Wastewater Plants

Post 2


Thank you, Moatas.

In the moment I am off work for holidays and therefore only have little time to participate in the guide. I am on vacation for we got our first baby (Leon) last Monday. smiley - biggrin

Stay tuned until early February!!!



Wastewater Plants

Post 3


A child will change your life in so many ways. As the father of an eleven year-old girl, I can say its been a wonderful experience (so far) With her in my life, I've re-discovered coloring books, Walt Disney and all those things we enjoyed as children.
I hope you find growing up with Leon as marvelous and eye-opening as growing up with my daughter.

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