Compact Sewage Treatment Plant
Compact sewage treatment plant (STP) applies biodegradation and sedimentation technology. This plant is unique, given to its compact structure and performance in respect of volumetric efficiency.
Compact Sewage Water Treatment Plant
We manufacture and supply environment friendly Compact Sewage Water Treatment Plant, based on Green Building Technology.
Benefits of Compact Sewage Treatment System:
STP must be on the basis of actual measurements of the waste stream to be treated in respect of hydraulic load suspended; dissolved organic material and applicable local effluent needs.
It is an assumption that polluted domestic water piping system ends in a pump well/tank system which shall be preceded by a oil & grease trap as well as a screen chamber. The system shall separate all floating matter, coarse particles, oils, and grit that hinder the plant equipment's operation. A sufficient buffer capacity is expected to level out the regular peak flows.
BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT SYSTEM
The treatment plant by its own feed pump will take suction from the pump. Thia auto level controlled pump has a slightly higher capacity than the average daily flow. The plant has an intermittent working mode in terms of hydraulic flow, while air blower continuously supplies air to the bioreactors. The bioreactors through oxidation process degrade the dissolved organic matter into carbon dioxide, which escapes to the air as well as to biomass which further acts as activated sludge. A suspended and free flowing bio-film carrier medium creates a large and safe bio-film surface for bacteria and parallely gathers the active bio-sludge inside the reactors.
SLUDGE SEPARATION SYSTEM
The biodegraded water passes to a clarification stage, in which gravity settles the suspended solids. The water then passes through skim well and tube settler system, which gives final effluent clarification. From the clarification stage, suction activates the sludge pump. Through a CI sludge filter press, the pump discharges, along with the overflow back to the pumping sump. The sludge is hauled away for disposal, whenever necessary.