Keen on making your industry eco-sustainable? A sewage treatment plant works, by moving air, to facilitate the growth of bacteria to break down sewage. Both liquid and solid waste products released from industry sectors contains pollutants in different levels and quantities.
Clean water is a crucial resource for survival. It is crucial to the sustenance of life on this planet. But water pollution is a major threat. It is unfortunate that not everyone in the world has access to clean drinking water. Mostly water is laced with mineral impurities or microbial and bacterial growth that can cause a variety of diseases.
Every year, many lives are lost around the globe due to water poisoning and the diseases it causes. This led to the need for sewer treatment and waste water treatment facilities.
Learn and understand the various facets of waste water:
Waste Water is categorized into physical, chemical and biological component. The physical features of waste water comprise of color, smell, heat and turbidity whereas the chemical characteristics of waste water are chemical impurities, nitrogen, phosphorus, chlorides, sulphates, pH, heavy metals, etc. Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), nitrogen oxygen demand (NOD) and the nature and concentration of microbial life in it constitute the biological component of waste water.
Waste water that is untreated must not collect in any way. It consists of organic matters which are decayed. These materials can emit massive quantities of foul-smelling fumes that can be detrimental to the ecosystem if retained for a while. Such water has a huge impact on marine life, creates clean drinking water shortage, and affects fisheries and tourism.
As a major tourist destination, it is important to track and regulate the level of water pollution in the state of Goa in order to protect the health of tourists and locals and, as a result, the economy of the country.
It is necessary to fulfill these criteria in order to safeguard biological life in the downstream environment. When the processed streams are joined by normal water streams or bodies, one must guarantee that the oxygen present in such streams is not exhausted, otherwise all biological life will be lost.
In order to eliminate toxins, contaminants and other organic compounds from the water, sewage treatment plants utilize complicated procedures that require the use of various chemicals to treat used water so that it can be safely reintroduced into the setting.
A sewage treatment plant works, by moving air, to facilitate the growth of bacteria to break down sewage. The aim is to have a lot of safer, more environmentally friendly waste. It requires a process comparable to a standard septic tank, but there are some main differences.
Opting for Sewage Treatment System should be the first thought for anyone planning a new construction as they are the most cost-effective and safe way to deal with the waste water.
A Sewage Treatment Plant has various benefits: Know them here:
1. Reliable and unlikely to face issues with only periodic maintenance
2. It can be installed on some complex or compact sites
3. over time, cost-effective, with only installation, power and maintenance payable for.
4. Wastewater treatment systems remove bacteria that cause illness and destroy harmful bacteria.
5. Current sewage systems emit minimal odours as opposed to previous systems.
6. They are much quicker than older systems capable of breaking down solids.
Not only are we ready and waiting to take your call and discuss your options and questions, here at EP Kamat, we are also committed to ensuring that your sewage treatment is always effective.