DISPOSAL OF WASTE GENERATED DURING THE OPERATION OF TREATMENT FACILITIES
Keywords:Wastewater, Housing and Communal Service, Waste Recycling, Secondary Resources, Waste Processing Plant
Biological treatment of domestic wastewater is not limited to wastewater treatment. The main problem in this activity is the processing and disposal of waste generated at treatment facilities, where the main task is to reduce the volume of sludge with its subsequent transformation into a useful product that does not cause environmental pollution. Currently, representatives of landfills refuse to accept this type of waste, arguing that this type of waste does not belong to the category of municipal solid waste. The issue of waste disposal of this production remains open, but, in our opinion, this type of waste can be recycled. The practical value lies in carrying out industrial tests of the converter of municipal solid waste into liquid effluents, including waste generated during the operation of treatment facilities, with subsequent post-treatment of the converted waste at treatment facilities. These tests will reduce the volume of waste by up to 90%, which will minimize the intensive accumulation of waste and sewage sludge and improve the environment.