A Clarification is Clearing action that occurs during wastewater treatment when solids settle out. This is often aided by centrifugal action and chemically induced Coagulation in wastewater.

Related Articles

Coagulation ■■■
A Coagulation is Clumping of particles in wastewater to settle out impurities, often induced by chemicals . . . Read More
Centrifuge process at top500.de■■
A Centrifuge process is an enrichment method that separates gaseous isotopes by rotating them rapidly . . . Read More
Cleanup ■■
A Cleanup is actions taken to deal with a Release or threat of Release of a Hazardous Substance that . . . Read More
Corrective Action ■■
A Corrective Action is EPA can require treatment, storage and Disposal (TSDF) facilities handling hazardous . . . Read More
Action Level ■■
An Action Level is a term used to identify the level of indoor radon5 at which remedial action is recommended. . . . Read More
Sex typing at psychology-glossary.com■■
Sex typing: Sex typing refers to the differential treatment of people according to their biological sex . . . Read More
Treatment at psychology-glossary.com■■
Treatment: Treatment refer to corrective actions that will permit successful adaptation by eliminating . . . Read More
Anticholinergic agents at psychology-glossary.com■■
Anticholinergic agents: Anticholinergic agents refer to medication drugs that block the action of acetylcholine . . . Read More
Axis II at psychology-glossary.com■■
Axis II: Axis II refers to the diagnostic axis of the DSM-IV that indicates the presence of personality . . . Read More
Cognitive-behavioral therapy at psychology-glossary.com■■
Cognitive-behavioral therapy: Cognitive-behavioral therapy refers to the treatment focused on changing . . . Read More