Sewage Treatment Plants
Domestic wastewater called sewage is generated from Residential, Municipal activities. Discharge of untreated sewage in water courses is serious water polluting problem area in India. Thus, there is a large gap between generation and treatment of wastewater in India. Hence to reduce this gap, sewage collection, treatment and disposal at the source is initiated. Pollution Control bodies imposed this responsibility on the local residential builders/locals, corporate offices, industrial areas, factories.
There are various technologies offer for treatment of sewage we provide.
Amalgam engineering provide almost all.Technologies offered by Amalgam Engineering :
- Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)
- Conventional Activated Sludge Process (CAS)
- Sequencing Batch Reactor
Effluent Treatment Plant
Wastewater treatment or Effluent treatment terms are generally used for waste generated from industrial activities. Nowadays water demands are high due to increased population and increased water demand on industry ends. Hence To make water demand fulfilled, industrial wastewater commonly known as effluent is treated and recycled to recharge water.
Raw fresh water usage depends upon type of industry and typical operational activities inside the factory. Effluent characteristics and pollution load is different for every type of Industry. Treatment philosophy has to be decided on the basis of all these factors. This decides the design of effluent treatment plant. Various unit operations comprises in wastewater treatment plant are categorized into primary, secondary and tertiary treatment.
Technologies offered by Amalgam Engineering –
Primary Wastewater Treatments
- Oil & grease Removal
- Dissolved air floatation
- Primary Chemical Coagulation precipitation
Secondary Wastewater Treatments
A biological process is heart of wastewater treatment plant.
- Conventional activated sludge process
- Extended aeration process
- MBBR technology
- Membrane Bioreactor
- SBR technology
- Up-flow anaerobic reactor
- Anaerobic Filter
Tertiary Wastewater Treatment
- Chemical disinfection
- Ultra filtration
- Reverse osmosis