Utilizing bacteria, nematodes, and other microbes from wastewater are known as biological wastewater treatment. Natural processes are used in bi...

Utilizing bacteria, nematodes, and other microbes from wastewater are known as biological wastewater treatment. Natural processes are used in biological wastewater treatment to speed up the breakdown of natural components in water. The main objective of biological wastewater treatment is to develop a system that will cause the wastewater to decompose so that it can be conveniently collected for disposal and reuse.

Although the process of treating organic wastewater appears straightforward, it is actually a complex one that is still being studied. Organic stuff, such as trash, waste, and partially digested food, is included in the components of wastewater. Heavy metals, contaminants, and hazardous organisms may also be present in wastewater.