Application of biological technologies for purification of industrial water at the "ENZIM" PrAT
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Abstract - in this work, an analysis of the application of biological technologies for the purification of industrial water was carried out at the "ENZIM" PrAT. A comparative description of anaerobic and aerobic technological processes for the treatment of sewage was carried out, as well as it was investigated that in the process of sewage treatment the company received methane gas, which is used as source of electric power and heat for the needs of the plant and as a result of wastewater treatment, the ecological situation in the region will improve due to significant reduction of the concentration of pollutants and reduction Mission greenhouse gases that cause global warming.
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