Sewage treatment is the process of removing toxic elements from municipal waste water, containing mainly household sewage plus industrial wastewater. Various methods including physical, chemical, and biological processes are used to remove contaminants. Treated wastewater is produced that is safe enough for release into the environment or to use for further processing.
Now a days the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) became statutory requirement of all the State Pollution Control Boards. Everybody, whether Hoteliers or Industrialists are looking for economical, easy to install and compact type Sewage Treatment Plant.
The process of any Sewage Treatment Plant is similar to that of a Septic Tank where mechanical components provide extra supportive processes to break down solids to produce a cleaner outgoing water.
The wastewater and see which is usually made to enter the primary tank where solids are siphoned from the liquid and the liquid flows into the second chamber. Here with the help of aerating the wastewater the good bacteria is empowered and encouraged to digest organic matter in order to break it down thereby purifying it.
The outgoing water that is the effluent is 90% free from contaminants and clean when it leaves the final chamber. It is then ready to be discharged ready to be discharged into watercourses planned drainages.
Sewage treatment “infrastructure” is built at the level of cities and towns, it is now becoming common to find STPs at community levels – i.e., at apartment, business campus, schools or institutional campus scales. If planned well, sewage treatment systems can be designed and implemented at the individual household level.
We are committed to our clients for providing compact design and features like durability, low maintenance, corrosion resistance and longer service life. Our solutions are both standard and customized as per need of our clients.
Types of Sewage Treatment
Anaerobic Sewage Treatment
Aerobic Sewage Treatment
Our earth is surrounded by 70% of water. Out of which only 2.5% is fresh water. 70% of this fresh water is frozen in Antarctica and Greenland. Therefore, only 1% of water is available for us. We use water in our day to day life for almost everyday and for everything. If we use recycled water for everyday porpose, demand for fresh water can be reduced. Therefore, it is crucial for all of us to treat sewage and reuse this treated effluent for washing, floor cleaning etc.