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Report - Northumbrian Water Sewage Treatment Works - December 2010 - Middlesbrough

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  1. Horus

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    Northumbrian Water Sewage Treatment Works

    another Dawn broke for some more exploring, had my eye on this for sometime but its abit dodgy cos your very vissible to the public and main roads, but they need of wanting to explore it was more :D

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    Once we have used water we pull the plug from the sink, flush the toilet or pour it down the drain where it enters the sewerage system. Sewage is the water found in sewers. It can be a mixture of water which has been used for a variety of purposes in the home, at work or in leisure activities, rainwater from roads, footpaths and roofs and water used for business and industrial purposes.

    Sewage contains a wide range of waste products. It contains

    * solids suspended in the water
    * things dissolved in the water
    * bacteria and other sewage micro-organisms living in the water.

    On average each of us generates 135 to 180 litres of sewage a day with over 99.9% being liquid and less than 0.1% solid.

    The sewerage system is the network of sewers, pipes and pumps that lie unseen beneath virtually every road and street that carry sewage from where it is produced to the sewage treatment works to be treated and cleaned.

    There are two types of sewerage systems:

    * Combined sewers – carry both sewage and rainwater in a single pipe.

    * Separate sewers – use two pipes. One takes sewage to a sewage treatment works and the second carries rainwater straight to a nearby stream or river, as rainwater does not require treatment.

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    Sorry for those pictures that have blur, with it being a tricky site i did'nt have time to put tripod up, i needed to be in and out but i hope you enjoyed the report

    Thanks for viewing
     
    #1 Horus, Dec 28, 2010
    Last edited: Dec 28, 2010

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