All of the steps involved in treating sewage water are crucial to its reusability, but perhaps the step that humans would be the most concerned with is the chlorination stage. After the water has been separated liquid scum and solid sediment wastes, it is sent to a chlorination tank, in which chlorine is added to it in order to kill any remaining bacteria. This step ensures that once back out in the community, the water will not cause any illnesses. The added chlorine is usually neutralized in the process of killing bacteria, but sometimes is neutralized by other chemicals to ensure that the chlorine in the water doesn’t cause any problems either.
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