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What are some uses of a wastewater treatment flow sheet?

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Engineers and manufacturers of wastewater treatment equipment use wastewater treatment flow sheets as succinct reference materials that visually depict an existing or proposed wastewater treatment process. Wastewater treatment flow sheets serve as a tool for sharing the steps and inner workings of a wastewater treatment project.

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WesTech, which creates working solutions and equipment for wastewater treatment, features various wastewater treatment flow sheets on its website, WestTech-Inc.com. The virtual flow sheets give prospective clients a working idea of how certain equipment and applications correspond to specific instances of wastewater treatment, such as dairy wastewater treatment, slaughterhouse wastewater treatment and coking wastewater treatment.

There are virtual wastewater flow sheets for each of WesTech's processes and applications by category. Each flow sheet is a practical diagram of various wastewater treatment processes.

Similarly, Lenntech, a Netherlands-based manufacturer of industrial water purification solutions, publishes virtual wastewater flow sheets on its website to illustrate how to address various wastewater scenarios using Lenntech's machines and concepts.

Cities also use wastewater treatment flow sheets to educate the public on how the city treats its wastewater. The city of Corpus Christi, for instance, publishes a list of its wastewater treatment plants and related wastewater treatment flow sheets on CCTexas.com, as of 2016. There is also information about how wastewater treatment paradigms fit into the larger municipal sewer system.

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