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Coagulation disambiguation points here but there is only a mention in the introduction.
Reason for reverting edits by Caraskid
I don't think this article needs to have links to Cholera, Dysentery and Typhoid fever. I am fairly sure that there are many dozens of other diseases that can be spread by contaminated water and this article is not the place for listing all of them. I would suggest that Caraskid consider starting a new article entitled "Diseases spread by contaminated water" if he feels that it would be a useful contribution. - mbeychok 21:55, 18 August 2006 (UTC)
Check with the American Water Works Association (AWWA)
The AWWA can referee what goes in the Water Treatment article - that's what they do. Paulburnett 03:55, 19 February 2007 (UTC)
Sewer Treament vs. Water Reuse
I don't think sewer treatment should be listed in reference to Water Treatment, rather a good bridge between the two would be the topic on Water Reuse in which references to using Sewer Treated water (tertiary treatment) is discussed with reference to a "toilets-to-tap" discussion. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 22:28, 10 April 2007 (UTC).
Shouldn't the title of the article be "Water and Wastewater Treatment"? Otherwise it is confusing. If "Water" in this article includes sewage, then what should the reader understand by "water purification"??? —DIV (18.104.22.168 (talk) 07:58, 27 March 2009 (UTC))
This article should be titled water treatment and a second article should be developed with material focused on wastewater treatment. As another wiki user suggested, water reuse should also be included and linked to the wastewater treatment article. Waterspecialist (talk) 20:34, 22 October 2009 (UTC)
Merge with appropriate technology
I don't agree that this article should be merged with the one called appropriate technology (AT). AT mainly discusses about the technologies used in the developing economy. The approach in the developed world is far different than the developing or underdeveloped worlds. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Wiki Pushkar (talk • contribs) 04:41, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
The water treatment page should be left as is and expanded with greater detail on water treatment in general by referencing many great resources available through a leading industry organization (www.awwa.org). AT could be a linked document but is very focused on developing nation approaches. These approaches are not consistent with developed nation approached based on the scale of projects. An example is the New York disinfection water treatment project which is close to 2 billion gallons per day of treatment capacity. Waterspecialist (talk) 20:32, 22 October 2009 (UTC)
This pages needs to be edited
I feel this article needs to be carefully edited. There are some statement which describe only half truth. The title also needs to be changed to water and wastewater treatment, or alternatively, need to create a separate article for wastewater treatment leaving a hyperlink on this page. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Wiki Pushkar (talk • contribs) 08:19, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
I realize that this not a highly active article but I'm looking to get some input what exactly this article should encompass. What I got from reading an old merge discussion, found here, is that this article should be a general overview of water treatment.
There has also been some discussion that wastewater treatment (WWT) should not be included in the water treatment (WT) article. I am going to operate under the assumption, based on the content of the article, that WWT is a subcategory of WT. Could other editors weigh in on if a distinction should be made between WWT and WT in this article?
The broad treatment categories that I think should fall under Water Treatment and have content in this article are:
Some question to further the discussion.
- To what degree should the more specifics treatment categories be included?
- What should useful overview and/or summary include? (Process, reasons for treatment, technologies, etc.)
- Should the article reflect historic treatment methods in addition to current treatment? (May overlap with History of water supply and sanitation)
- Include a regulatory and organization section(s)?
- Should the article be strictly technology and engineering focused?