Do you know what happens when you flush the toilet? How about what happens to soap, detergents and cleaning products from drains and washing machines, food items from garbage disposals, all along with large quantities of water? How is this material removed so that the water may be safely returned to the environment and, possibly, used again by other people downstream? This is the wastewater treatment process.
Wastewater treatment is a 24-hour a day, 7-day-a-week responsibility dedicated to protecting the environment. The wastewater treatment process removes harmful pollutants through a natural biological process. The ultimate goal of wastewater treatment is to protect the environment not only for GMD’s customers in Greenwood, but for neighboring communities as well. The care we take now will make a difference for the generations to come.
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