The source determines the overall composition of wastewater. Flocculation is the separation of a solution, most often the removal of particles from a fluid. The term is derived from the word floc, which refers to flakes of material; so, once a solution has been flocculated, the sediment has aggregated into larger aggregated flakes, making it easier to detect and remove. According to the water and wastewater treatment plant in UAE, this process occurs naturally, or it can be accelerated by flocculants and/or physical means.