The wastewater term defines a type of water that is contaminated with substances originating from organic waste of human and animal origin as well as waste originated by industrial activity. Its importance is such that it requires channelling, treatment and removal systems. Its null or improper treatment generates serious contamination problems.

Advances in the channelling of wastewater and its subsequent treatment at wastewater treatment plants turns their effluents into wastewater discharge points into the aquatic environment. It is for this reason that the good operation of treatment plants is a key element for preserving the quality of rivers, reservoirs, oceans and seas.

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