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Waste Treatment Plant

Treatment means removing impurities from water being treated and some methods of treatment are applicable to both water and wastewater. The physical infrastructure used for wastewater treatment is called a wastewater treatment plant (WTP).

Water treatment is any process that makes water more acceptable for a specific end-use. The end use may be drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation or many other uses, including being safely returned to the environment. Water treatment removes contaminants and undesirable components, or reduces their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its desired end-us

Water Treatment Plant:-

Water Treatment for drinking water production involves the removal of contaminants from raw water to produce water that is pure enough for human consumption without any short term or long term risk of any adverse health effect. Substances that are removed during the process of drinking water treatment include suspended solids, bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi, and minerals such as iron and manganese.

Water Treatment Processes:-

Water Treatment processes involved in removing the contaminants include physical processes such as settling and filtration, chemical processes such as disinfection and coagulation and biological processes such as slow sand filtration.

World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines are a general set of standards intended to apply where better local standards are not implemeted. More rigorous standards apply across Europe, the USA and in most other developed countries. Followed throughout the world for drinking water quality requirements.

Water Treatment Plant Technologies for potable water and other uses are well developed, and generalized designs are available from which treatment processes can be selected for pilot testing on the specific source water. In addition, a number of private companies provide patented technological solutions for treatment of specific contaminants. Automation of water and waste-water treatment is common in the developed world. Source water quality through the seasons, scale and environmental impact can dictate capital costs and operating costs. End use of the treated water dictates the necessary quality monitoring technologies, and locally available skills typically dictate the level of automation adopted.

Filtration systems

We offer wide range of advanced filtration systems that enables treatment of suspended particles, color, odour & oil through filtration. The media filters involved filtration of particulates across surface & depth of media. These systems are backwashed when the pressure drops across the media increase.

Our range of filtration solutions includes:

  • Gravity sand filter
  • Rapid gravity sand filters
  • Pressure sand filters
  • Dual media filters
  • Multimedia filters
  • Auto valveless gravity filters
  • Activated carbon filters
  • Walnut shell carbon filters
  • Micron filtration systems
  • Micro filtration systems

Process water treatment | Resin based treatment systems

The dissolved impurities in water are best removed by ion exchange process wherein select ions are exchanged across the resins. Cationic resins (Weak base or Strong base) and Anionic resins (Weak acid or Strong acid) are used in varying combinations to treat water for different quality requirement. The resin beds, when exhausted are regenerated with chemicals in co-flow mode or counter current mode of regeneration for maximum efficiency.

Depending upon the inlet water quality & application, selection of treatment scheme is critical to ensure maximum treatment efficiency, low footprint area & minimal chemical waste.

We offers advanced designs, including layered bed systems, for lowest operating costs and has a large installation base of operating plants for different industrial & institutional applications. Our DM plant designs ensure lowest chemical consumption and self neutralizing effluents.

We offer following ion exchange treatment systems of varying capacities:

  • Water softening plant
  • De-alkaisers (partial Demineralization)
  • Demineralization plants (DM Plant)
  • Mixed Bed polishers
  • EDI (Electro Deionization)
  • CPU (Condensate Polishing Units)

Membrane based treatment systems

Reducing water availability, deteriorating water quality and growing environmental concerns are constantly challenging the economics of water treatment processes. Increased levels of dissolved solids in water have made many conventional treatment processes unviable. Membrane treatment processes are best solutions for water with high salinity, varying quality and wastewater.

This process involves physical separation of suspended, colloidal, microbial, dissolved or selectively dissolved impurities through membranes. The membranes used have varying pore sizes that are selectively used for treatment of water. Since these membranes are susceptible to fouling and damage, suitable pre-treatment is essential to ensure maximum membrane life & economics of operation.

We uses advanced software for design, construction & operation of membrane based treatment systems for water & waste water. Our designs offer advantages of low footprint area, low power & chemical consumption, high recovery & increased membrane life. We have large installation base of UF, NF, RO & SWRO plants operating successfully over the years.

We offer following systems of all capacities:

  • Micro Filtration system (MF System)
  • Ultra-filtration system (UF System)
  • Nano-filtration system (NF System)
  • Reverse Osmosis system (RO System)
  • Sea water desalination systems (SWRO System)
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