|Minimum Order Quantity
|Complete Civil Work
|10 KLD - 5 MLD
|Residential & Commercial Building
|Inlet Flow Rate(m3/day or m3/hr)
|10 m3/day - 5000 m3/day
|Air Blower Count
|Air Blower Power
|Mixed Bed Bio Reactor(MBBR)
|Material Of Construction
|Warranty of Core Components
|I Deal In
|0 ~ 50 degree C
|Saving chemical dosage
|Country of Origin
|Made in India
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Wastewater treatment is a process used to remove contaminants from wastewater and convert it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle. The treatment process takes place in a wastewater treatment plant. There are several kinds of wastewater which are treated at the appropriate type of wastewater treatment plant. For domestic wastewater (also called municipal wastewater or sewage), the treatment plant is called a sewage treatment plant. For industrial wastewater, treatment either takes place in a separate industrial wastewater treatment plant, or in a sewage treatment plant (usually after some form of pre-treatment).
Wastewater treatment plants serve as a critical component of modern society, protecting the public from pollutants which may be present in sewage and effluent from industrial operations. The most widely used method of wastewater treatment is biological treatment using bacteria to break down organic wastes. Properly treated wastewater is returned to the environment for reuse.
A wastewater treatment plant generally consists of primary, secondary, and sometimes even tertiary treatment. For example, in most municipal sewage treatment plants the primary treatment consists of sedimentation tanks; the secondary treatment means microbiological decomposition or bio-decomposition. Further stages may include micro filtration, ultra filtration or nano filtration for removal of micro-organic particles or ion exchange for hardness or heavy metal ions or activated carbon for organic molecules.