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conventional filtration : A method of treating water to remove particulates. The method consists of the addition of coagulant chemicals, flash mixing, coagulation flocculation, sedimentation and filtration.


: See Complete Treatment.
Conventional Pollutants: Statutorily listed pollutants understood well by scientists.

Conventional Filtration: (See: complete treatment.)
Conventional Pollutants: Statutorily listed pollutants understood well by scientists.

A method of treating water that consists of the addition of coagulant chemicals, flash mixing, coagulation-flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration. Also called .
Source: Terms of the Environment
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Complete Treatment- A method of treating water that consists of the addition of coagulant chemicals, flash mixing, coagulation-flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration. Also called conventional filtration.

The chemicals are mixed by the flowing water. Flocculation and sedimentation facilities are eliminated. This pretreatment method is commonly used in pressure filter installations. Also see and direct filtration.

See also: See also: Water, Sediment, Sedimentation, Solution, Treatment

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