What is STP-Sewage Treatment Plant?

  •  STP receives the waste from domestic, commercial and industrial sources and filters it to remove the harmful substances that deteriorate water quality and affect public health and safety when discharged into rivers, canals, and other water bodies.   

We provide various chemical, physical and biological interaction to take out wastewater and to deliver an earth safe liquid waste stream.

          The objective behind supplying the commercial sewage treatment plant in the country is to create a disposable effluent without carrying any harm to the surrounding environment.

Sewage Treatment Plant Process:-
  1. Primary Treatment – It includes physical treatment which consists of screening, oil & grease removal, collection/ Equalization.
  2. Secondary Treatment – It includes biological treatment to degrade the complex organic matter into simpler compounds by micro- organisms.
  3. Tertiary Treatment –It disinfect the effluent by killing pathogenic bacteria and to remove residual suspended solids, organic matter, color, odor etc.
Objectives of STP:-
  1. To produce an environmentally safe fluid waste stream and a solid waste suitable for disposal or reuse.
  2. To produce disposable effluent without causing harm to the surrounding environment, & prevent pollution.
  3. To treat human excreta to be disposed without danger to human health and surrounding environment.

  It also Includes MBBR which is also known as Moving Bed Bio Reactor technology which helps to purify water efficiently and effectively. MBR(Membrane Bioreactor system) which is an innovative technology, which offers extensive operational and economic benefits to users than the cost of conventional wastewater treatment plants. Lastly SAFFR is another method applied by our expert in processing water treatment.

 We have provided STP services in many industries like hospital, mechanical, food, medical. The range of capacity is around 1 KLD to 300 KLD.

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