the STP is based on the biodegradation and sedimentation technology, which is unique due to its compactness and performance in respect of volumetric efficiency.
Compact Sewage Water Treatment Plant
We are Manufacturer & Suppliers of Compact Sewage Water Treatment Plants, these are environment friendly based on Green Building Technology.
Benefits of Compact Sewage Treatment System:
Ã¢â‚¬¢ Zero Discharge.
Ã¢â‚¬¢ Low power consumption
Ã¢â‚¬¢ Sludge removal once in two years.
Ã¢â‚¬¢ Pre- Engineered & Pre- Fabricated Plant.
Ã¢â‚¬¢ No odour problem.
Ã¢â‚¬¢ No dedicated manpower required.
Ã¢â‚¬¢ Negligible Operating Cost.
REQUIRE LESS SPACE THAN ANY OTHER TECHNOLOGY
All treatment plants i.e. STP shall be based on actual measurements of the waste stream to be treated in respect of hydraulic load suspended and dissolved organic material, and the applicable local effluent requirements.
It is assumed that the polluted domestic water piping system ends in a customer provided pump well/tank system which shall be preceded by a screen chamber and oil and grease trap. The system shall ensure that grit, floating matter, oils and coarse particles which shall hinder the operation of the plant equipment are separated before the process.
The buffer capacity must be sufficient to level out the daily peak flows
BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT SYSTEM
The treatment plant will take suction from the pump well by its own feed pump. The pump is auto level controlled and has a capacity, which is slightly higher than the average daily flow. The plant has, therefore, an intermittent working mode in terms of hydraulic flow, while the air blower supplying air to the bioreactors is continuous. The bioreactors degrade the dissolved organic matter by oxidation into carbon dioxide, which escapes to the air, and to biomass that acts as activated sludge.
A suspended, free floating bio-film carrier medium provides a large, protected bio-film surface for the bacteria and simultaneously accumulates the active bio-sludge inside the reactors.
SLUDGE SEPARATION SYSTEM
The biodegraded water flows to a clarification stage where the suspended solid settles by gravity. The water is directed to a skim well to tube settler system which provides the final clarification of the effluent.
The sludge pump is activated with suction from the clarification stage. The pump discharges through a CI sludge filter press with the overflow back to the pumping sump. When necessary, the sludge is hauled away for disposal.