Liquid Waste Management is the act or process of managing liquids or waste-water in an environmentally sound manner. Liquid Waste is a vital part of our everyday lives, but at the same time, it can be very harmful to the environment if it is not disposed of properly. Many different types of liquids can damage the environment and cause environmental problems. When hazardous waste is handled improperly or stored improperly, the results can be very dangerous to people, wildlife, the soil, plants, and the overall ecosystem.
Residential liquid waste generates from homes. This is usually accounted for on your monthly bills and is considered “white water” because it is contaminated water, such as rainwater runoff from toilets, washing machines, or other similar systems.
Commercial Liquid waste is caused by businesses such as restaurants, automotive manufacturing plants, chemical treatment facilities, hospitals, or any large facility that produces a great amount of liquid waste.