Any liquid streams that flow out or is discharged from homes or industries broadly fall under the term 'effluent'. Hence effluent can be waste water flowing from septic tanks, waste water flowing from kitchen drains, laundry waste water, water from bathrooms, waste water from industries, etc.
Effluent treatment is more difficult than sewage treatment on account of varying composition of contaminants. Secondly the treatment regime differs for different type of effluents. Effluent treatment becomes somewhat less complex when treated separately as compared to treating mixed streams. Thorough knowledge and sound design practices have to be applied to solve a given problem effectively.
Rainwater in the true sense is water collected from roof tops. Rainwater too carries contaminants, thus it needs to be treated before further use. Since rainwater carries dirt, bacteria and dissolved gasses, it should be subjected to treatments like filtration, disinfection and de gassification. Atmospheric gasses namely carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide are the main gaseous element dissolved in rainwater turning the water slightly acidic. Acidic water if not treated will corrode distribution pipelines and containers of metallic constructions.
For rainwater harvesting all that is needed is a collection system and storage for both untreated and treated water. By further filtration, treated water can be used for domestic purpose or for industrial use as the case maybe.
Laundry waste water treatment and recycling is being made mandatory by government authorities. Laundry waste water recycling not only saves water, it also reduces pollution. Air floatation and/or coagulation with clarification and/or filtration are normally adopted to achieve a fair degree of treatment.
Our systems incorporate ultra filtration for excellent quality treated streams. Besides we also incorporate energy saving techniques.
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