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Updated Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants in South Carolina and Reno
Weber, Rachel 2016 Updated Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants in South Carolina and Reno.pdf
Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Many areas of the world are suffering greatly from lack of treated water. Environmental Engineers create treatment plants on the large scale to provide large cities with treated water for drinking, laundry, agriculture, and many other things. To do this, new treatment plants are implemented in areas that are growing rapidly and other treatment plants are updated to provide for new demands. This thesis goes through the steps of building new treatment plants and updating ones already in use to provide the highest standard of water at a reasonable price. The two plants that are looked at are a water treatment plant in Charleston, South Carolina and a wastewater treatment plant located in Reno, Nevada. The population is growing rapidly in both areas and new plants need to be built in order to support this. The water treatment plant focuses on taking water from a river and converting this water into a reliable drinking source. The wastewater treatment plant takes the water that has been used by people, industries, or is gathered through runoff and treats the water to EPA regulations before being discharged back into a river. Both of these plants are vital to protect the water supply that we have and to continue to live as sustainably as possible.