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Hydro Power Opportunity in the Sewage Waste Water

  title={Hydro Power Opportunity in the Sewage Waste Water},
  author={Archana Tamrakar and Sandeep Kumar Pandey and Sunil Chandra Dubey},
An overview of Hydropower application to the waste water (Sewage) is described here. Firstly the waste water treated in Sewage Treatment plant. It includes physical, chemical and biological contaminants. Its objective is to produce an environmentally. Here the solid waste (treated sludge) suitable for disposal of reuse (usually for fertilizers) and treated water used for generating electricity by a small Hydro power plant. Treated water of sewage at a high pressure or flowing with a high… 

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