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Effluent Treatment Plants

Effluent treatment is process of removing contaminants from wastewater. It contains physical, biological and chemical processes. Its aim is to release safe water to environment so that it cannot harm to environment.

Why Effluent Treatment Plant

All manufacturing companies face strict regulations on waste and discharge. Non-Compliance can lead to fine and operations interference from pollution control board.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Can Be Beneficial For

  • Stay in compliance
  • Eliminate municipal fine
  • Reduce supply cost by recovering production materials out of the waste stream for recycle
  • Eliminate extra water usage during processing
  • Reduce hauling and off-site treatment cost

Wastewater treatment plant design is primary process in which untreated wastewater is analyzed and based on requirement of customer/industry & various uses of treated effluent plant is designed. Also design of effluent treatment plan is highly site and industry specific

Design of effluent treatment plant is to treat non-hazardous industrial wastewater and should focus on cost-effective, minimal maintenance and requires minimal manpower etc. Also these plants should include processes such as pH correction, aerated lagoon, polishing/infiltration ponds and sedimentation/facultative basins etc

Untreated effluent standards and treated effluent standards are also taken into consideration in process of wastewater treatment plant design

Selection Treatment Process, It Involves Consideration Of Other Multiple Factors

  • Treatment Efficiency
  • Cost
  • Reliability

Below Are Some Of The Questions, Which Will Help You To Understand Your EffluentTreatment Plant Requirement:

  • 1. What national or international standards must you comply with?

    2. Choiceof the Effluent Treatment Plant (Technology Specific)

    3. What volume of effluent do you have to be treated?

    4. What chemicals/contaminants does it contain?

    5. At what concentrations? E.g. 25 KL/Hr. with COD of 5000 ppm, and pH of 11.5

    6. Do you plan to increase production in future?

    7. Will this increase the amount of effluent to be treated?

    8. Basic Details of your process from which Effluent is generated

    9. How much can you afford to spend on constructing an ETP?

    10. How much can you afford to spend on running an ETP?

    11. How much land do you have available, or can you buy, on which to build the ETP?

    12. Which ETP expert or designer should be used?

    13. What type of plant will best suit your requirements? (The answers that you give to the above questions will help you and the designers to decide this).

    14. What capacity do you have in your factory to manage the ETP? Do you need to hire more staff or train existing staff?