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screening in wastewater treatmentThe removal of iron from groundwater is a common treatment step in the manufacturing of drinking water. Even when clear water satisfies the alcohol consumption water requirements, the water quality in the distribution system can wear away due to settling of iron (hydroxide) fragments or post-treatment flocculation of liquified iron. As a result it is necessary to remove dissolved and particulate iron to a big extent. This paper describes the research study in the direction of the current iron removal processes and also speculative job towards enhancing removal of dissolved and also particulate iron. The research study was accomplished 10 at groundwater treatment plant containing aeration, quick sand filtration and also tower aeration. The research consists of two components:A particle fingerprint of the treatment, leading to a quantification of particles breaking through the quick sand purification.