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Preliminary Interim Report ENG1100

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ENG1100 Preliminary interim report achieved a grade of 7+ project B done in the semester 2 of 2014.

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Water Natural environment Biology Sanitation Water pollution Water supply Environmental engineering Water conservation Greywater Constructed wetland Reclaimed water Water treatment
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Water Natural environment Biology Sanitation Water pollution Water supply Environmental engineering Water conservation Greywater Constructed wetland Reclaimed water Water treatment
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The goals of this investigation are: ▪ To treat grey water and minimize spring water consumption for a household of 10 ▪ To meet purity standards of reusable grey water set by World Health organisation The quality of treated grey water will be of drinking water standards. However, the treated greywater is only recommended for purposes such as bathing and laundry. The research conducted draws attention to three filtration technologies that are proposed as a solution this problem. These are sand filter (sand, medium and course gravel), reed bed filtration and chlorine disinfection, which form the components of the selected greywater treatment system. These designs were assessed using the following criteria: • Effectiven...
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