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مواصفات مياه الشرب
Drinking water
acceptable
values

50

colour

acceptable

Taste

nil

Odour

6.5-9.2

ph

 

1 mg/dl

pb

5 mg/dl

as

50 mg/dl

cn

10 mg/dl

cd

0-100mg/dl

hg

8 mg/dl

f

45 mg/dl

N02

1 mg/dl

Fe

5 mg/dl

Mn

5.1 mg/dl

Cu

200 mg/dl

Ca

150 mg/dl

Mg

600 mg/dl

Cl

400 mg/dl

S04

200 mg/dl

Phenol

15 mg/dl

zn

 

 

الحدود المسموح به
ا لملوثات الصرف الصناعى
 بعد المعالجة
Acceptable
values
treated wate water
7-9.5

ph

25-37 c

Temp

40 mg/dl

Suspended solid

35 mg/dl

bod

3 mg/dl

Oil & grase

0.1 mg/dl

hg

0.02 mg/dl

cd

0.1 mg/dl

cn

0.5mg/dl

phenol

1.5 ds/m

conductivity

200 mg/dl

na

120 mg/dl

ca

56 mg/dl

mg

30 mg/dl

k

200 mg/dl

cl

150 mg/dl

S02

0.75 mg/dl

Fe

0.2 mg/dl

Zn

0.5 mg/dl

Cu

0.03 mg/dl

Ni

0.09 mg/dl

Cr

0.53 mg/dl

لb

0.15 mg/dl

pb

 





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 Glossary of Water & Wastewater Terms/مصطلحات معالجة المياه

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A
Absorb - To soak up or take in.

Acidic - Containing an excess of acids, or hydrogen ions (H+) Having a pH less than 7. The opposite of basic. A lemon is acidic.

Activated Sludge - Sludge floc produced in raw or settled sewage by the growth of bacteria and other organisms in the presence of dissolved oxygen.

Activated Sludge Process - A biological sewage treatment process in which a mixture of sewage and activated sludge is agitated and aerated. Activated sludge separates from the treated sewage by settling and is disposed of or returned to the process as needed. The treated wastewater overflows to the next treatment stage.

Aeration - Contact between air and a liquid by diffusion or mechanical mixing.

Aerobic Bacteria - Bacteria which require oxygen for their growth.

Agar - A gel-like substance containing nutrients used for growing bacteria for study.

Alkaline - Also referred to as basic. Having a pH greater than 7. The opposite of acid. i.e. Dishwashing detergent

Ammonia - A chemical which combines with chlorine in the water treatment process to form chloramine, a long-lasting disinfectant.

Anaerobic Bacteria - Bacteria which grow in the absence of oxygen and get oxygen from breaking down complex substances.

Aquifer - Any formation of rock that contains water. Usually underground and formed by layers of soil and rock. May supply water to a well or a spring.

Atmosphere - The layer of gases surrounding the earth.


B
Bacteria - Single-cell microorganisms occurring naturally almost everywhere. They range from beneficial, to harmless, to deadly. Too small to be seen with the naked eye.

Basic - Also referred to as alkaline. Having a pH greater than 7. The opposite of acid. i.e. Dishwashing detergent

Biochemical Oxygen Demand - (BOD) The quantity of oxygen utilized in the metabolism of organic matter in a specified time and at a specified temperature. It is determined by the availability of a material as a biological food and by the amount of oxygen utilized by the microorganisms during oxidation.

Buffer - A substance that alters the pH of a solution by neutralizing acids and bases. This process is called 'buffering.'


C
Carbon Activated - Carbon powder is added to the water treatment process to absorb taste and odor, most often in the spring.

Chloramine - A long-lasting disinfectant formed by ammonia and chlorine, A small amount of the disinfectant remains in the drinking water to kill any bacteria in the pipes running between the water treatment plant and your home.

Chlorine - A liquid or gas chemical used to disinfect water. Chlorine can destroy harmful microorganisms and reduce some tastes and odors in water.

Cholera - A dangerous disease caused by a type of bacteria that causes intestinal disorders. This bacterium is often found in untreated water.

Clarifier - Drinking water is treated in clarifiers which look like huge swimming pools. Clarifiers are used to settle out dirt and alum sludge.

Colonies - A group of the same kind living or growing together. i.e.Bacteria colony

Conservation - Keeping, protecting or preserving a resource. Using natural resources wisely.

Contaminant - Anything added to a substance that makes the substance unfit for use. i.e. motor oil is a contaminant in drinking water but not for a car engine.

Cross Connection - A connecting pipe in plumbing, through which drinking water could be contaminated, polluted, or infected.

Cyst - A microorganism with a tough protective covering.
Drinking Water Treatment for Homes and commercial use.

D
Decomposition of Sewage - The break down of the organic matter in sewage through aerobic and anaerobic bacterial processes.

Denitrification - The reduction of nitrates in a solution by biochemical action.

Detention Time - The theoretical length of time for water to pass through a basin or tank, if all the water moves with the same speed.

Digester - A tank in which the solids from sewage sedimentation are stored to allow total aerobic or anaerobic decomposition to occur.

Dilute - To water down and make less concentrated.

Disinfectant - A substance used to purify water by removing or killing contaminants.

Dissolved Oxygen - (DO) The amount of oxygen dissolved in sewage, water, or any other liquid. Usually expressed in mg/L or percent of saturation.

Distillation - A process used to purify water by evaporation; boiling it and then collecting the steam as it condenses. Most pollutants remain in the unevaporated water.

Dysentery - A disease caused by a type of bacteria, characterized by severe diarrhea and loss of body fluids.



E
Ecosystem - All the living and non-living things that interact together in a given area.

Effluent - Liquid waste discharged into the environment. i.e. sewage, liquid industrial waste or smoke.

Eutrophication - The process by which a pond or lake becomes rich in dissolved nutrients. This encourages growth of oxygen-depleting plant life, resulting in harm to other organisms. Pollutants such as sewage and fertilizers speed up the process.

Evaporation - The process by which water becomes vapor in the atmosphere.


F
Facultative - Bacteria organisms having the capacity to live under multiple environmental conditions (aerobic vs. anaerobic).

Filter - A screening device or porous substance used to remove solid material from liquids. Filters, made out of a layer a coal and a layer of sand, trap dirt or bacteria in the water treatment process.

Floc - The chemical alum attracts dirt and silt particles to form larger particles called floc. Floc looks like big snowflakes floating in water which settle in the clarifiers and are later removed as sludge.

Flotation - A method of raising suspended matter to the surface of the liquid in a tank as scum - by aeration, the evolution of gas, chemicals, electrolysis, heat, or bacterial decomposition - and the subsequent removal of the scum by skimming.

Fluoride - A chemical compound added to drinking water to help prevent cavities.

Food Chain - The transfer of energy from its primary source (plants) to larger animals.

Food Web - An interlocking pattern of food chains.

Fungus/Fungi - Plants lacking chlorophyll (green pigment) which include yeasts, molds, smuts and mushrooms.



G
Giardia - A parasitic microorganism carried by animals in the form of a cyst. It is spread in animal feces and causes a disease commonly known as Beaver Fever.

Grit - The heavy mineral matter in water or sewage, such as gravel.


I
Incubator - A small oven-like appliance that is used to heat and grow bacteria samples.

Intake - The point where water enters a channel or pipe into a treatment plant.

Irrigate - To water agriculture crops.


M
Microorganism - Small living creatures that you need a microscope to see, i.e. bacteria, protozoa and algae.

Mixed Liquor - A mixture of activated sludge and sewage in the aeration tank undergoing activated sludge treatment.

Molecule - The smallest physical unit of an element or compound, consisting of one or more atoms.


N
Nitrification - The oxidation of ammonia nitrogen into nitrate through biochemical action.

Non-Point Source - Pollution which enters the environment from a non-specific site. This is the most common form of water pollution and the most difficult to control. It includes runoff from farms, logging operations, construction sites, golf courses, landfills, gardens, streets and parking lots.
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O
Oligotrophic - Lakes that are abundant in oxygen and contain few plant nutrients. Water is usually clear with little weed or algae growth. Mountain lakes are often oligotrophic.

Organic - Pertaining to, or derived from living organisms.

Ozone - Three molecules of oxygen bound together - 03. The oxygen we normally breathe has 2 molecules of oxygen bound together - 02. Ozone is used as a disinfectant in some water treatment plants.


P
Pathogenic - Something which can cause disease.

pH "power of Hydrogen" - On the pH scale, a reading of 7 is neutral. Below 7 is acidic with lower numbers indicating greater acidity. Above 7 is basic, with higher ratings showing higher alkalinity. Lemons, for example, are acidic and many detergents are basic.

Photosynthesis - The process plants use to get energy from the sun. Plants use the sun's energy and the chlorophyll (green stuff) found in their leaves to produce the food they need to live.

Point Source - Pollution entering the environment at a specific site, i.e. a factory discharging effluent into a river or a person dumping used motor oil down a storm sewer.

Pollutant - Anything added to a substance that makes the substance impure. i.e. motor oil in drinking water.

• Precipitation - Water from rain, hail, sleet, or snow.

Pump - Mechanical device allowing water to be lifted or raised.


R
Reservoir - A storage tank holding one to two days' supply of drinking water.

Resource - A valuable supply of natural materials, i.e. oil, water, coal and trees.

Riparian - Land bordering a river, lake or stream.
• Runoff - Rain or melted snow which is not absorbed into the soil, but flows across land into streams, lakes and rivers.



S
Screen - A device for removing large suspended or floating debris from wastewater.

• Sector - Part of a society or a nation's economy, i.e. the housing sector, the education sector.

Sediment - Matter which settles to the bottom of a tank, pond, river or ocean.

Sedimentation - The process by which particles suspended in water are allowed to settle to the bottom of a lake, river or container. Dirt, solid minerals and some bacteria are removed from drinking water through the sedimentation process.

Sewage - Solid and liquid waste including human feces and urine.

Sewage Treatment, Tertiary - Additional treatment of biologically treated sewage to reduce nutrients or other constituents.

Sewer - A pipe carrying wastewater or drainage water.

Sludge - Floc (alum + dirt) or calcium carbonate settled on the bottom of a water treatment clarifier it is called sludge. It is also the accumulated settled solids deposited from sewage in tanks or basins, and containing water to form a semi liquid mass. The sludge is removed and disposed of.

Sludge Volume Index - (SVI) The volume in milliliters occupied by one gram of dry solids after the aerated mixed liquor settles 30 minutes.

Stakeholder - Person or group with an investment or interest in something such as a business or industry.

Surface Water - Water on the surface of land, such as rivers, lakes, and ponds.

• Sustainable - Extracting natural resources without destroying the ecological balance of an area, i.e. sustainable development.


T
Transpiration - The process by which green plants give off water through pores in their leaves. Water is a by-product of the photosynthesis process.

Turbidity - The amount of solid material floating in water. It may be organic (from plants and animals) or inorganic (silt and clay).

Typhoid - A potentially fatal intestinal disease. Bacteria usually enter a human's body in food or drink. In Canada and the United States, typhoid from water sources has been brought under control by filtration and chlorinating.


U
Ultraviolet - (UV) Exposing drinking water or wastewater to ultraviolet light to deactivate harmful microorganisms ability to reporoduce, rendering them harmles

W
Waste Stabilization Pond - (or Lagoon) Any pond, natural or artificial, receiving raw or partially treated sewage or waste, in which stabilization occurs through sunlight, air and microorganisms.

Wastewater - Water from homes and businesses that flows down the drain or toilet.

Water Meter - An instrument for measuring the quantity of water flowing into a building.
• Water Treatment - A method of cleaning water for a specific purpose, such as drinking.

Water Vapour - The gaseous state of water.

Watershed - The entire region draining into a river, river system or body of water.

Well - A pit, hole, or shaft dug into the earth to tap an underground supply of water.
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