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  1. Waste water By: Mitchell Oshaben Nick Mracek Bryant Wood Lauden Sullivan Alex Shelton ll

  2. History • Waste water has been around since the beginning of man kind but mainly resonantly has been treated • The transportation started in Rome also having public latrines.

  3. History • Middle ages • Deuteronomic Code (Deut. 23:13):"and you shall have a stick with your weapons; and when you sit down outside, you shall dig a hole with it, and turn back and cover up your excrement." • Erasmus (1530): It is impolite to greet someone who is urinating or defecating.The Gallant Ethic (1700): If you see someone relieving themselves, you should act as if you had not seen them! • During this time they had chamber pots in which they threw into the street

  4. History • In early murica they made sewers on an as need basis which slowly developed into a bigger system

  5. Transmission/Distribution • Individual flushes the toilet or uses the sink • It rains

  6. Transmission/Distribution • The waste travels through the waste pipes of the individual's home

  7. Transmission/Distribution • Rain and waste empty into the sewer

  8. Transmission/Distribution • The sewers go to the treatment plant

  9. Transmission/Distribution

  10. Transmission/Distribution • Treated water empties into nearby bodies of water.

  11. Methods of Measuring • Measured in gallons per unit per day • Measured by a meter located someplace in an inconspicuous location on the property that is making the waste water that is measured by the meter.

  12. Sizing . Drains are typically .75 inches

  13. Possible Sources • Mitco-private • Jet Waste water Treatment Solutions- personal • Siemens Municipal WasteWater Treatment- public

  14. Mitco • Provide Waste water treatment and removal for private corporations • Can remove chemical waste for private businesses

  15. Jet Waste water Treatment Solutions • Provide a personal water treatment system • Cost $20,000 • Can process 50 gallons of water a day • Takes over for old septic tanks

  16. Siemens Municipal WasteWater Treatment • A public waste water management provider • Works in most big cities • Main treatment plant in Nobelsville, IN • Biggest waste water management company in the country