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3 Reasons why sewage treated water becomes non reusable
When we talk about sewage treatment plants, we can generalise all the sewage treatment plants to be the same. Each sewage treatment plant has its own technology and modifications, like MBBR, SBR, FBR, MBR, and many more. There are many pros and cons to each technology, but the result for all the treatment plants is that both CAPEX and OPEX should be less and produce the best result. The maintenance and operations of the treatment plant also should be simple and not complicated. Otherwise, the treatment plant becomes challenging to maintain.
5 Ideas to Lower the Maintenance in a waste water treatment plant
The sewage treatment plant can become complicated and troublesome if it is not well planned. As sewage treatment plants come with different technologies, every technology has its list of equipment. Some treatment plants have l more than a dozen pieces of equipment, and they require a workforce to maintain the plant.
5 Benefits when you have a Chemical-free treatment in Waste water treatment plants
There are different sewage treatment technologies and designs like MBBR, MBR, SBR and FBR. Apart from that, there is a chemical and biological process. Majorly Biological treatment process is followed to treat the wastewater, but some companies use chemicals to achieve the desired results in the Biological process.
Can we become self-sufficient in water? – 2 Case Studies to support.
When we were planning for Hotel fifteen years back, I had the idea of reusing the sewage water. At that time, the cost of treatment was very high, and the recovery also was significantly less. Fast forward, I had no idea in my wildest dreams that I would be putting up a Sewage treatment plant for our family-run hotel in Palladam. Palladam is a small town near the famous Tirupur known for its banian manufacturing. Palladam is an arid area with significantly less rainfall, and the source of drinking water is from the Government and water tankers.
6 Usages of treated water – 3 domestic usage and commercial usage
In places where there are water shortages, treatment plants are the best option. The treated water is the most reliable and consistent source of water. The reason is that the treated water is under the user's control, unlike other water sources that are not in anybody's control, making it unreliable. In those places, sewage treatment plants can be a permanent solution. Proper treatment can recover more than 95% - 98% of the water and reuse them.
Sludge is the residue accumulated in the sewage treatment plants. Sludge is three forms solid, semisolid, or slurry residual material produced as a by-product of wastewater treatment processes. This residue is commonly classified as primary and secondary sludge. Primary sludge is generated from chemical precipitation, sedimentation, and other primary processes, whereas secondary sludge is the activated waste biomass resulting from biological treatments.