What is Sewage Treatment Plant?

Sewage Treatment Plants treat the used or run-off water from a building using various techniques and innovative methods. This treated water is not fit for drinking and other potable uses but is very beneficial for various other non-potable uses such as gardening, flushing etc. 

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Why do you need Sewage Treatment Plant?

Sewage Treatment Plants are essential to effectively use and re-use the water supply available. Not only this, re-using treated water helps reduce the water usage and hence the water costs. Sewage Treatment Plant is crucial in making the building environment friendly as it minimizes the waste and helps treats toxins present in the waste while beings pocket friendly in the long run.  

How Sanicon does it?

Sanicon Sustainability Solutions provide the simplest and efficient Sewage Treatment Plant setups. A Sewage Treatment Plant comprises of a Bar Screen Chamber that filters out the solid particles, an Oil And Grease/Grit Trap that traps and stops any fatty matter, an Equalization Tank that acts as buffer to collect the incoming raw sewage that comes at widely fluctuating rates, and pass it on to the rest of the Sewage Treatment Plant at a steady or average flow rate. These are followed by Raw Sewage Lift Pumps and an Aeration Tank, Secondary Clarifier/ Settling Tank, Clarified Water Sump, Filter Feed Pumps and lastly Pressure Sand Filter (PSF) and Activated Carbon Filter (ACF). For more detail, please fill the above inquiry form.

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FAQ's

What is sludge?
Sludge is a thick viscous, mud like material produced during sewage treatment. Sludge may contain the toxic waste from the sewage treatment plant, and can be hazardous if not treated properly. Hence it becomes a delicate environmental challenge for waste water treatment to safely dispose of excess sludge produced.
How is waste water treated ?
Waste water is subjected to three levels of waste water treatment: primary, secondary, and tertiary (or advanced) so that it becomes free from toxins and harmful waste. Primary (mechanical) treatment is designed to remove gross, suspended and floating solids from raw sewage. Secondary (biological) treatment removes the dissolved organic matter that escapes primary treatment. Tertiary treatment can remove more than 99 percent of all the impurities from sewage, producing an effluent of almost drinking-water quality.
How can treated sewage be re-used/re-cycled ?
Re-used or recycled water can be used for non-potable uses in the building. To supply the treated water to various outlets, dual plumbing is used to keep the treated water separate from freshwater and takes the recycled water to the flush tanks in toilets and to other points where the water can be used for washing yards, floors and also for gardening.
What is the Aerobic Process?
Aerobic treatment systems use forced air to treat waste water and surface application or drip irrigation to disperse the treated waste water. Aerobic treatment systems consist of: a trash tank, an aeration chamber, a disinfection chamber and surface or drip dispersal fields. These components are used to treat, disinfect, and disperse the treated waste water.
How often does the Sewage Treatment Plant need to be serviced?
The Sewage Treatment Plant or STP needs to be serviced at least every six months. This helps in detecting any leakage of the toxic water at early stages and also helps maintain the system.

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