We expertise in Sewage Treatment industry as it has enabled us to offer a range of Sewage Treatment Plants. These cater to the needs of municipal corporation, residential complexes, housing societies, industrial organizations, educational institutions and many other sectors. Our range is highly appreciated among the clients for its high performance in both chemical and biological treatment of the sewage. We offer a range of process as below suiting client's need
· BEPT ASP Process
· STP on Rent or BOOT basis
· Lotopac STP Process
· Packaged STP
· Noiseless, Odorless & Underground STP (RCC & FRP)
· SBR (Sequencing Batch Reactor) STP
· MBR (Membrane Bioreactor) STP
A sequencing batch reactor (SBR) is a fill-and-draw activated-sludge treatment system. The unit processes involved in the SBR and conventional activated-sludge systems are identical. Aeration and sedimentation/clarification are carried out in both systems. However, there is one important difference. In conventional plants, the processes are carried out simultaneously in separate tanks, whereas in SBR operation the processes are carried out sequentially in the same tank. The SBR is no more than activated sludge system which operates in time rather than in space.
Advantages of Sequencing Batch Reactor Process:
MBR (Membrane Bioreactor) process is an emerging advanced wastewater treatment technology that has been successfully applied at an ever increasing number of locations around the world. MBR process involves a suspended growth activated sludge system that utilises microporous membranes for solid/liquid separation in lieu of secondary clarifiers. This very compact arrangement produces a MF/UF quality effluent suitable for reuse applications or as a high quality feed water source for Reverse Osmosis treatment. Indicative output quality of MF/UF systems include SS < 1mg/L, turbidity <0.2 NTU and up to 4 log removal of virus (depending on the membrane nominal pore size). In addition, it provides a barrier to certain chlorine resistant pathogens such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia.