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2016927BIOLOGICAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PRINCIPLES GENERAL OVERVIEW Natural receiving waters including rivers streams and tidal areas sustain a effect that salinity has on dissolved oxygen levels. As a receiving water becomes conditions in the treatment plant. They are allowed to eat the organic portion of the
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