Greensboro-Guilford County, North Carolina, 201 Wastewater treatment system
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Published by The Region in Atlanta, Ga. (345 Courtland St., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30308) .
Written in English


  • Sewage -- Environmental aspects -- North Carolina -- Guilford County

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Statementprepared by Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV in cooperation with the State of North Carolina, Department of Natural and Economic Resources
ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region IV, North Carolina. Dept. of Natural and Economic Resources
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14890056M

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The Water Resources Department treats wastewater, or sewage, released from residences, businesses and industries in our community. Water reclamation is a multi-stage process to renovate wastewater by removing or reducing organic matter, solids, nutrients, disease-causing organisms, and other pollutants before it is discharged into a body of water. View diagram of typical water treatment process (pdf) Pre-treatment. Pre-treatment of raw water for Mitchell Water Plant is done at Lake Brandt with the application of Liquid Sodium Permanganate. This treatment helps to remove Manganese, Iron and some organics from raw water before coming to Mitchell Plant for treatment. The Guilford County Water Department, located in Greensboro, NC, is an utility company that operates the public water system. The Water Department, or Water Utility, provides potable tap water to residential customers, businesses, and others in Guilford on: Burlington Road, Greensboro, , NC. The City of Greensboro T.Z. Osborne Water Reclamation Facility Laboratory is committed to producing quality laboratory data. The results reported from this laboratory help ensure environmental protection and provide cost recovery for the entire wastewater treatment system.

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