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- Clearing action that occurs during wastewater treatment when solids settle out. This is often aided by centrifugal action and chemically induced coagulation in wastewater.
Source: Terms of the Environment
- The cleaning of dirty or turbid liquids by the removal of suspended and colloidal matter. See also: recirculation of water
- The concentration and removal of solids from circulating water to reduce the suspended solids to a minimum. BS, 5
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
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