Water/waste water treatment has history dating back several centuries, but recent technology has advanced significantly. The subject has gained a lot of importance due to increased global concern for cleaner, green ecology, thus the use of biotechnology in water/waste water treatment has also increased. Both domestic and industrial water treatment have become more significant in this way. A typical graduate studying water/waste treatment engineering will learn about:

  • Water quality standards
  • Units and operations for water treatment
  • Drinking water standards
  • Surface water treatment procedures
  • Water distribution technologies
  • Sewage and sludge treatment technologies
  • Sludge disposal
  • Effluent discharge standards and procedures
  • Domestic waste water treatment procedures
  • Quantity of characteristics of domestic waste water
  • Primary, secondary and tertiary treatment procedures

In most universities the fundamental focus is on water treatment infrastructure and the criticality of such technology in the collection, storage, processing, discharge and distribution of water. As part of the curriculum, graduates are exposed to topics such as water testing, equipment monitoring and standardization. Pretreatment, purification, aeration, filtration, disinfection are some of the several treatment techniques to which a student will be exposured in this program. Well experienced, qualified and skilled water/waste water engineering professionals are in high demand by water treatment plants.

Recent research and development in this stream include electro-chemical technology applications, bilateral waste water and land treatment technologies, energy harvesting from waste water treatment technologies etc.

Journals such as IJWWT, JWCT, IJEWM, and WEJ offer valuable information on the water/waste water treatment technologies and related career prospects.

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