Liquid Waste Management is a very important aspect of environmental remediation. Liquid Waste is composed of toxic, hazardous, and harmful products generated or disposed of by any type of commercial, institutional, agricultural, or residential activity. Liquid Waste
Management deals with such problems in a practical manner by creating systems to collect, transport, store, transport, and remit waste. Waste managing involves various activities like treatment and storage of liquid wastes, including treatment plants, collection and processing of waste using specialized equipment, purifying processes, and disposal of by-products.
Liquid Waste Managing can be divided into two major categories-primary and secondary liquid waste. Primary liquid waste (also known as waste from solid waste) is generated during energy, water, or heat through non-reusable sources. On the other hand, secondary liquid waste occurs during the generation of waste by trash management processes. It can be a by-product of various production processes, including oil refineries, chemical firms, aluminum production plants, power generation plants, waste treatment plants, cement production plants, etc. The volume of secondary liquid waste in the world is enormous and constitutes a major environmental issue.