Environmental Health & Safety

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TUI University Nickalus W. Banks BHE314: Environmental Health & Safety Module 3: Water Quality; Wastewater Management Dr. Rania Sabty-Daily Case Assignment Over 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. This water is essential to our survival as a species. With the Earth’s population increasing yearly, will we have enough quality water to carry us into the decades to come? What types of treatment are being used to ensure that we have clean water to drink? This case assignment will compare and contrast secondary water treatment method to the tertiary water treatment, which is also known as advanced/final water treatment, method in the context of the wastewater treatment process. It will discuss the appropriate…show more content…
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