|Capacity (KLD)||100 KLD|
|Feed Flow Rate(m3/day)||101-500 m3/day|
|Secondary Treatment Technology||Mixed Bed Bio Reactor(MBBR)|
|Application Industry||Pharmaceutical & Chemicals|
|Air Blower Power||0.5 kW|
|Installation Type||Completes Civil work with Installation|
|Deliver Type||PAN India|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
What is Sewage?
Sewage is a mixture of domestic and industrial wastes containing 99% water, but the remainder contains some ions, suspended solids, toxic chemicals and harmful bacteria that must be removed before releasing of water into the sea.
Sewage contains organic impurities such as BOD, COD which cause bad smell and contains harmful gases. If it is not treated properly then it will lead to many irreversible problems for human & other living things.
Why Sewage treatment is necessary?
Sewage is a resource that can be recycled for various uses like gardening, toilet flushing, car wash, cooling towers. Faced with the alarming fact that over 60% of the sewage generated in our country goes untreated, with its negative impact on human health, the government is focusing on waste management through centralized sewage treatment plants and by mandating large upcoming real estate projects to have their own treatment facility.
Sewage Treatment is essential to ensure that the receiving water into which the effluent is ultimately discharged is not significantly polluted. It works on producing environmentally safe fluid waste stream and a solid waste suitable for disposal or reuse.
Envirotech Systems ’s approach is to see wastewater as an opportunity, not a burden.
Process Description of Sewage Treatment Plant
Sewage Treatment Involves:
It involves the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and household sewage, both effluents and domestic. It includes a physical, chemical and biological process to remove physical, chemical and biological contaminants. The objective of sewage treatment is to produce a disposable effluent without causing harm to the surrounding environment and prevent pollution.
Sources of Wastewater:
Rainfall collected on roofs, yards, hard-standings
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