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Sewage refers to liquid wastes containing a mixture of human feces and wastewater from non-industrial human activities such as bathing, washing, and cleaning. In many poor areas of the world, sewage is dumped into local waterways, in the absence of practical alternatives
Untreated sewage poses a major risk to human health since it contains waterborne pathogens that can cause serious human illness. Untreated sewage also destroys aquatic ecosystems, threatening human livelihoods, when the associated biological oxygen demand and nutrient loading deplete oxygen in the water to levels too low to sustain life.Type your paragraph here.
Even where water based toilets are available, the wastes are far too often just discharged into drains and streams, in the absence of (expensive) collection and treatment systems. As a result, surface waters in many urban areas are highly contaminated with human waste. In areas with pit latrines, seepage into local groundwater is often a major problem, since many communities rely on shallow wells for drinking water.
STP’S use the unique process of Bacterial Decomposition to lower the organic load. The colonies of bacteria are literally factories for the production of enzymes which reduce the organic load. All treatment plants should be designed to take advantage of the decomposition of organic materials by aerobic bacterial activity. This is something you can equate to lower costs, increased capacity, and an improved quality of effluent.We offer End-to-End Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) services In Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) design and development
Lower Costs due to cultured bacteria Technology.
We have specially cultured, selected aerobic bacteria which can enhance performance of any standard STP.
Higher load of aerobic bacteria means smaller size of STP tanks and lower consumables consumption.
Our technology ensures lowest capex cost while assuring compliance with PCB norms.