Describe the stages for processing sewage. At what stage of processing is it permissible in the United States to dispose of wastewater from sewage into waterways?
What health-related considerations relate to the use of recycled water? What level of processing is required for wastewater to be recycled? Describe some of the uses of recycled water.
Even though workers in professional occupations usually are not exposed directly to hazardous agents, they are prone to occupationally associated illnesses. What types of hazards and associated illnesses predominate in professional occupations? What interventions would you propose to mitigate these hazards?
Understanding Environmental Health in Totality
1. Describe the stages for processing sewage. At what stage of processing is it permissible in the United States to dispose of wastewater from sewage into waterways?
The stages for processing sewage is divided into three phases: pretreatment, primary treatment, and secondary treatment.
The large solids and heavy solids are removed by screening. They are disposed of in landfills.
The water is left to stand so that solids can sink to the bottom and oil and grease can rise to the surface. The solids are scraped off the bottom and the scum is washed off with water jets. The two substances are combined to form sludge.
The sludge is treated by using chemical decomposition and microorganisms. The sludge is largely converted to "biogas", a mixture of CH4 and CO2 that is used to generate electricity for the plant.
The liquid is treated by bacteria that break down the organic matter remaining in solution. It is sent to oxidation ...
Environmental safety and health is a concern that must be addressed. The problem of sewage, exposure to chemicals and radiation, and risk of recycled water must be addressed and solved. Most occupation required safety protocol to follow to prevent exposure to environmental hazards. They must be followed to prevent further injuries and exposure.
Legal, Ethical issues in work environment
The paper should take an in-depth look at a legal/ethical issue or situation relating to current, previous, or potential future work environment(s) . The paper must have a cover page, and include at least five, outside, scholarly citations (six if the text is used as one of the citations). A successful paper will contain all of the following:
Evidence of the understands of the issue/situation in relationship to business, government and society.
An understanding of current ethical issues, sources of ethical behavior, legal viewpoints in relation to the issue/situation being examined.
Suggestions/ideas for corrective action pertaining to the issue/situation.
Writing the Summary Paper
The Summary Paper:
 must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide.
 must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement.
 must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
- If possible, provide a context of a first-person experience where you saw this academic concept in operation. Do not
Simulate third-party statements of experience.
- Readdress the concept and the experience with critical thought. That is, what is your response to the content, either?
Positive or negative, and then defend your position. If multiple options/alternatives/positions are present and are being
rejected you must also defend the reasons for rejecting an option.
 must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph.
 must use APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide to document all sources.
 must include, on the final page, a Reference List that is completed according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide.