In water treatment, rapid gravity filters are adopted to remove Environmental Engineering

  • Dissolved organic substances
  • Dissolved solids and dissolved gases
  • Floating solids and dissolved inorganic solids
  • Bacteria and colloidal solids
Answer: Bacteria and colloidal solids
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