Founded in the year 2017, ours is a fast growing firm engaged in supplying a superior range of Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP). These plants are made in accordance with regulations specified by ISO 14001-2004 like regulatory bodies. After procurement, we make sure to check these plants on various quality features so as to ensure that only best quality and defect free range is delivered at our customers’ end. Effluent Treatment Plant offered by us is reckoned for:
– Perfect operations
– Accurate shape & size
– Sturdy construction
– Minimal maintenance cost
Our methodologyWe analyze the effluent samples for different effluent parameters as per nature and compositions, carry out the treatability studies by using different methods checking techno-commercial Feasibility and then designed treatment schemes, processes accordingly to suit the purpose and need. Our ETP systems are very compact, tailor made designs, portable required very less foot-print to accommodate, energy efficient. The up-gradation, modification in the existing ETP system is possible to achieve desired limiting standard laid down by the Pollution Control Board (PCB).
Our Strength :
Our Strength lies in having our own Water and Waste Water (Effluent) Testing Laboratory, facility to a test water and effluent parameters, finding of the problematic areas, carrying out the treatability in different ways to conclude the treatment methodology in laboratory before starting the actual treatment plant work at Clients site. More than 13 years of experience to handle different grades of effluents and more than 400 no. of Installations across India and abroad.
We are also introducing the latest technology like Ozonisation, UF, RO and Multiple effect evaporation system to achieve the zero discharge norms. This highest quality treated water which can be suitably recycle back to process or used for the Process (recycle), Gardening, Toilet Flushing, Floor washing purposes.
The Principle :
The principle of operation of ETP is Physico-Chemical treatment followed by Polishing Treatments like –Sand Filtration, Activated Charcoal treatment (Adsorption), Ozonisation (Chemical Oxidation), Ultra Filtration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO) and evaporation (If required).
ETP COMBINES :
|1]||Gravity Separator||To remove suspended oil And grease, Floating matters|
|2]||Primary Sedimentation||To remove the heavy grit particles, suspended solids.|
|3]||Chemical Treatment||To remove higher Organic load, metals etc.|
|4]||Biological Treatment||To remove organic matter|
|5]||Advance Sludge Separation||To achieve solid Liquid separation|
|6]||Advance Filtration system||To remove the suspended Solids, organic matter.|
|7]||Ozonization||To remove organic matter.|
|8]||Microfiltration (UF+RO)||To achieve zero discharge(If required)|
Salient Features :
– Very cost effective: Less initial Investment.
– Types : Batch and Continuous.
– Atomization: Manual, Semi-automatic and Fully-automatic.
– Compact and proven design : Required very Low foot print.
– Quality Components and Mounting items: Special sludge pump and total corrosion free UPVC piping & FRP/Epoxy Lined MS tanks.
– Water Recycle: Recycling of treated is possible with advanced treatment methodology like UF and RO.
– Operation and maintenance: Very silent in operation and any unskilled person can operate it, after proper training.
– Flexible design: Starting from 0.5 m3/day to 500 m3/day capacities.
– Recurring Expenses: Economical plant operating cost, required regular treatment chemicals available in the market.
– Automobile Industry
– Chemical Industry
– Metal Pretreatment
– Paper Mills
– Sugar Mills
– Leather Industries
– and many more………….cALL us for more information.
About ETP Plant
Effluent Treatment Plant or ETP is one type of waste water treatment method which is particularly designed to purify industrial waste water for its reuse and it’s aim is to release safe water to environment from the harmful effect caused by the effluent.
Industrial effluents contain various materials, depending on the industry. Some effluents contain oils and grease, and some contain toxic materials (e.g., cyanide). Effluents from food and beverage factories contain degradable organic pollutants. Since industrial waste water contains a diversity of impurities and therefore specific treatment technology called ETP is required.
The ETP Plant works at various levels and involves various physical, chemical, biological and membrane processes to treat waste water from different industrial sectors like chemicals, drugs, pharmaceutical, refineries, dairy, ready mix plants & textile etc.
Benefits of ETP:
1. To clean industry effluent and recycle it for further use
2. To reduce the usage of fresh water in industries
3. To preserve natural environment against pollution
4. To meet the standards for emission of pollutants set by the Government & avoid heavy penalty
5. To reduce expenditure on water acquisition
2. Industrial Effluent Treatment Process:
The treatment of different effluents varies with the type of effluent. Wastewater enters the effluent or sewage treatment plant and goes through several processes before effluent goes into the environment. Industrial effluent treatment plant process include the following stages:
a. Preliminary Treatment: Its objective is physical separation of large sized contaminants. For example cloth, paper, plastics, wood logs etc. This level/process include:
Screening: This is the first unit operation that occurs in waste water treatment plants. A screen is a device with uniform openings and its purpose is to remove large floating solids.
Sedimentation: It is a physical water treatment process using gravity to remove suspended solids from water.
Grit Chamber: The wastewater that moves into the grit chamber removes the dense inorganic solids such as gravel, metal fragments and sand which have made their way into the sewers. Removal of grit can prevent damaging of pumps & operational difficulties.
Clarifiers: These are tanks built with mechanical means for continuous removal of solids being deposited by sedimentation before biological treatment.
b. Primary Treatment: Its aim is removal of floating and settleable materials such as suspended solids and organic matter. In this treatment both physical and chemical methods are used. It includes:
Flocculation: Flocculation is a physical process and does not involve the neutralization of charge. It involves the addition of destabilized particles together into large aggregates so that they can be easily separated from the water.
Coagulation: is a process in which coagulants are added for the purpose of rapid settlement of minute solid particles in a liquid into larger mass. It permits particle removal by sedimentation and for filtration.
Neutralization: The main purpose of this process helps in maintaining the pH range of 6-9 to meet the requirements of different processing units in ETP system.
Primary Clarifiers: These are used to slow the velocity of the water to a point where organic solids will settle to the bottom of the tank and it contain an equipment that is used to remove floating solids and greases from the surface.
c. Secondary or Biological Treatment: The objective of this treatment is the further treatment of the effluent from primary treatment to remove the suspended solids and residual organics. In this step biological and chemical processes are involved.
Activated Sludge Process: This is used for treating industrial waste water using air and a biological floc composed of bacteria.
Aerated Lagoons: Is a treatment pond provided with artificial aeration to promote he biological oxidation of waste water.
Trickling Filters: Trickling filters, also known as sprinkling filters, are commonly used for the biological treatment of domestic sewage and industrial waste water.
Rotating Biological Contactor: It involves allowing the wastewater to come in contact with a biological medium in order to remove pollutants in the wastewater before discharge of the treated wastewater to the environment.
d. Tertiary/advanced/disinfection treatment: The purpose of tertiary treatment is to provide a final treatment stage to raise the effluent quality to the desired level before it is reused, recycled or discharged to the environment.
Chemical Coagulation and sedimentation: It is used to increase the removal of solids from effluent after primary and secondary treatment.
Filtration: The clarified wastewater is first passed through the adjacent filtration plant which contains large filter blocks to ensure high quality water.
Reverse Osmosis: In this process, pressure is used to force effluent through a membrane that retains contaminants on one side and allows the clean water to pass to the other side.
UV Disinfection: It is considered as an ideal disinfectant for industrial waste water. It leaves no residual disinfectant in the water by ensuring the water quality. It does not produce any disinfection by-products.
3. Effluent Treatment Plant Design:
The design of ETP depends on quality and quantity of waste water discharged from the different industries and land availability. If the availability of land in your industry is less, then Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) is preferred over Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP).