Approx. Rs 11 Lakh / PieceGet Latest Price
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Capacity (KLD)||100 KLD|
|Feed Flow Rate(m3/day)||51-100 m3/day|
|Application Industry||Residential & Commercial Building|
|Secondary Treatment Technology||Membrane Bioreactor(MBR)|
|Air Blower Power||2KW|
|Installation Type||Completes Civil work with Installation|
|Material Of Construction||Stainless Steel|
|Air Blower Count||4 Blowers|
|Treatment Stages||Primary Treatment|
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Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and household sewage water. It includes physical, biological and sometimes chemical processes to remove pollutants. Its aim is to produce an environmentally safe sewage water, called effluent, and a solid waste, called sludge or biosolids, suitable for disposal or reuse. Reuse is often for agricultural purposes, but more recently, sludge is being used as a fuel source.
Water from the mains, used by manufacturing, farming, houses (toilets, baths, showers, kitchens, sinks), hospitals, commercial and industrial sites, is reduced in quality as a result of the introduction of contaminating constituents. Organic wastes, suspended solids, bacteria, nitrates, and phosphates are pollutants that must be removed.
To make wastewater acceptable for reuse or for returning to the environment, the concentration of contaminants must be reduced to a safe level, usually a standard set by the Environment Agency.
Sewage can be treated close to where it is created (in septic tanks and their associated drainfields or sewage treatment plants), or collected and transported via a network of pipes and pump stations to a municipal treatment plant. The former system is gaining popularity for many new ECO towns, as 60% of the cost of mains sewerage is in the pipework to transport it to a central location and it is not sustainable. It is called 'Decentralisation' of sewage treatment systems.