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The diagram explains how water is prossed to make it drinkable. There are five main stages involved in the entire process of natural rainwater to make it good enough quality to drink safety.

The first stage is called abstraction, where the water is taken out of a river via a pumping station and is passed through to a reservoir. The next major stage is clarification, with the water being cleaned by passing it through a flash mixer. Before moved to next stages, water is pressed into thicken sludge holding tank. Then it pumped into a centrifuge which removes remaining debris. Next it is lifted by conveyor belt for disposal. The next stage is filter which taking out any bits by rapid gravity filter. In disinfection stage, clorine is added to remove germs. And clened water is storaged in a reservoir to your house.

- You didn't write the minimum required 150 words. There's plenty of information in the diagram above, so you have no excuse!

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- Sludge is not good. It is removed! Do not confuse your sentences. Write one sentence about that side process, and then turn your focus back to the main process and what happens to the water.

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I'm sorry for my spelling mistakes and my incomplete essay. I will be more thorough. Again, thank you for the advices. Here is my revised edition:


The diagram explains how water is processed to make it drinkable. There are five main stages involved in the entire process of natural rainwater to make it good enough quality to drink safety.

The first stage is called abstraction, where the water is taken out of a river via a pumping station and is passed through to a reservoir. The next major stage is clarification, with the water being cleaned by passing it through a flash mixer. Before moved to next stages, water is pressed into a thick sludge to make it more manageable because a flash mixer is not sufficient to remove finer particle. Sludge can be disposed of by liquid injection to land or by disposal in a landfill. Then, it pumped into a centrifuge which removes remaining debris or separates liquid from solids. Next it is lifted by conveyor belt for disposal. The next stage is filter which taking out any bits by rapid gravity filter. In disinfection stage, chlorine is added to remove germs. The last stage is distribution which cleaned water is pumped on to the consumer, whether in homes, schools or workplaces.

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The diagram explains how water is processed to make it drinkable. There are five main stages involved in the entire process of purifying natural rainwater to make it good enough quality safe and palatable to drink. safety.

The first stage is called abstraction, where the water is taken out of from a river via a pumping station and is passed through to a reservoir. The next major stage is clarification, with the water being cleaned by passing it through a flash mixer. Before moved to next stages, water During this stage, a substantial proportion of the impurities is removed. The flash mixer separates out thickened sludge, which is concentrated further in a centrifuge, with the final waste filtered, compacted and removed by truck for is pressed into a thick sludge to make it more manageable because a flash mixer is not sufficient to remove finer particle. Sludge can be disposed of by liquid injection to land or by disposal in a landfill. Then, it pumped into a centrifuge which removes remaining debris or separates liquid from solids. Next it is lifted by conveyor belt for disposal. In the next stage, the water is processed further by passing it through a rapid gravity filter which taking takes out smaller particles that remain in it. any bits by rapid gravity filter. In the disinfection stage, chlorine is added to sterilize the water and remove germs. The last stage is distribution, in which clean ed water is pumped on to the consumer, whether in homes, schools or workplaces.