Water supply and sewage disposal systems

Levani Mamatsashvli , Jacek Dawidowicz


If the waste is not treated properly these things can happen. You would be filled with sewage around you in no time, at the rate our population is growing this can be super short. Your ground water sources would be affected as you pour untreated sewage into rivers and sea. They seep into the underground polluting your drinking and bathing water. Communicable diseases will be on the high as rivers would be running with sewage. The most important of them all, you could save the good water that is mixed with sewage and use it to grow trees or if you treat it really well you can drink it. Segregation of sludge (solid waste present in sewage) is a very good way to generate methane - it can be burnt for energy. Though not very efficient at the moment it definitely is a good source of energy. It’s time we started treating every drop of sewage in our cities to prevent nationwide dialysis
Author Levani Mamatsashvli
Levani Mamatsashvli,,
, Jacek Dawidowicz (FCEE / DWS)
Jacek Dawidowicz,,
- Department of Waterworks and Sewerage
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Skoczko Iwona, Krawczyk Dorota, Szatyłowicz Ewa (eds.): Innovations – Sustainability – Modernity – Openness. Water [Dokument elektroniczny], Series of Monographs, vol. 38, 2019, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Białostockiej, ISBN 978-83-66391-09-3, 126 p., DOI:10.24427/978-83-66391-09-3
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Keywords in Englishwater supply, sewage disposal systems
Internal identifierROC 19-20
Languageen angielski
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