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Mechanical Engineers

Chemical Engineers

Civil Engineers

Water Treatment ProcessesChemical engineers are responsible for designing and optimising water treatment processes. They develop methods for removing contaminants, disinfecting water, and ensuring water quality meets regulatory standards. Chemical DosageThey determine the appropriate dosage of chemicals, such as coagulants, flocculants, and disinfectants, for water treatment to enhance the efficiency of the treatment processes. Wastewater TreatmentChemical engineers are involved in designing processes for treating and managing wastewater, ensuring that pollutants are removed before discharge or reuse.

Pump and Pipeline DesignMechanical engineers design and optimise pumps and pipelines for efficient water transportation from source to treatment plants and then to end-users. Water Treatment EquipmentThey design and maintain mechanical systems used in water treatment plants, such as filtration systems, water softeners, and chemical dosing systems. Infrastructure MaintenanceMechanical engineers are involved in maintaining and optimising machinery and equipment within water treatment and distribution systems.

Water Infrastructure DesignCivil engineers design and plan water supply and distribution systems, including pipelines, reservoirs, and water treatment plants. Hydraulic EngineeringThey analyse the flow of water, ensuring efficient distribution and designing structures such as dams, canals, and levees. Stormwater ManagementCivil engineers design systems to manage stormwater runoff, preventing flooding and erosion.