Civil Engineering - Water Supply Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Water Supply Engineering - Section 5 (Q.No. 4)
Filtration of water is done to remove
pathogenic bacteria
all the above.
Answer: Option
No answer description is available. Let's discuss.
14 comments Page 1 of 2.

Jemal Ahmed said:   1 year ago
Filtration can remove turbidity but filtration doesn't remove odour, colour and pathogenic bacteria.

Hemanth said:   2 years ago
Bacterial removal 99 to 99.9%.
Colour removal 25 to 30%.
Turbidity 1NTU.
So, the answer is ALL OF THESE.

Abhik Majhi said:   4 years ago
Filtration don't remove colour, odour.

Simly Roy said:   4 years ago
Filtration removes colloidal particles.

Arif said:   4 years ago
Yes, definitely filtration removes bacteria. But specifically, to remove bacteria there is a disinfection process separately like chlorination. The purpose of filtration is to remove turbidity.

Heera said:   5 years ago
It removes particles, sediment, bacteria, and chlorine taste.

Thejoroop said:   5 years ago
Filtration may help in removing color, odour, turbidity and also some pathogenic bacteria. Hence option E is correct.

Prakash said:   5 years ago
Agree @Avinash.

Avinash said:   7 years ago
E is correct option.

Roy said:   7 years ago
Yes, E is the correct answer.

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