Commercial Effluent Treatment Plants
Certain commercial applications such as pubs, hotels, theme parks, visitors centres and industrial units will require the installation of a ‘packaged sewage treatment plant’ to receive and treat the waste water. These sewage treatment plants are typically designed to treat the sewage to such degree that the resulting ‘treated effluent’ is suitable for discharge to a natural watercourse or underground drainage field / soakaway.
Commercial sewage treatment plants typically contain primary settlement, biological treatment and final settlement zones. They provide treatment for Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), Suspended Solids (SS) and ammonia (NH4). Some systems have an option of ‘add-on’ sand filters to provide further treatment before discharge. The Environment Agency in England and Wales are responsible for setting the quality of effluent the treatment plant would need to meet, and this standard can vary on each application.
Applications where commercial catering takes place will generate significant volumes of grease and fat which should not be allowed to enter the sewage treatment plant. In these applications a suitably sized grease trap should be installed upstream of the sewage treatment plant.
ETP For Leather Industries
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
|Treatment Stages||Primary Treatment, Secondary Treatment, Tertiary Treatment, Preliminary Treatment, Disinfection|
|Impurities to be removed||Oil and Grease, Dissolved Minerals, TDS, Turbidity, Colour, pH|
|Industry||Sugar Industry, Dairy Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Paper Mills, Leather Industry, Chemical/Petroleum Industry, Automobile|
|Secondary Treatment Type||Moving Bed Bioreactor (MBBR), Fluidized Aerated Reactor, Activated Sludge, Reverse Osmosis, Trickling Filters|
|Treated Water Quality||according pollution noms|
|Material of Construction||mild steel|
|Water Source||Industrial Effluent, Industrial Wastewater, Commercial Waste Water|
|Control Module||Control Module Available|
|Installation Type||Containerized Plug & Play, Prefabricated|
Ventilair Engineers provides effluent treatment plants for leather industry.it must be need to effluent treatment plant for less odor bacteria.we found lot of Bactria at this type area.
Effluent Treatment Plants For Paint Industry
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
|Capacity (KLD/MLD)||1 MLD|
|Application Industry||Paint Shop|
|Inlet Flow Rate(m3/day or m3/hr)||1000 m3/day|
|Treatment Technology||Mixed Bed Bio Reactor(MBBR)|
|Water Source||Industrial Effluent|
|Deliver Type||PAN India|
|Treatment Stages||Primary Treatment, Secondary Treatment|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
VENTILAIR ENGINEERS is a leading maufacturer & supplier company . we have alredy installed 700 Plant in all over india. this type of plant in pajab kesri jalandher and Replica Press Kundli, Sonipat.
The printing process is a dry system and as such no water is used any where .How ever, some wet processing is carried in the form of photoengraving and plate making, where the negatives are developed and washed. In addition some metallic dyes are also used, and the plates are washed, which also generates some amount of waste water. The waste water generated from the washing steps are collected and treated in an Effluent Treatment Plant The printing process is a dry system and as such no water is used any where .How ever, some wet processing is carried in the form of photoengraving and plate making, where the negatives are developed and washed. In addition some metallic dyes are also used, and the plates are washed, which also generates some amount of waste water. The waste water generated from the washing steps are collected and treated in an Effluent Treatment Plant
The working principle of ETP
Industrial waste water treatment is one of the most important components of the ETP, this is because of the fact that it helps to check out the water pollution and helps in purifying it by getting rid of all the harmful chemicals, if any. The working principle of ETP is undertaken to be one of the most effective principles where a large amount of human friendly chemicals is used that is applied in the water to make it free from all the factors that might be harmful to human and aquatic life. This is an important part that can be highlighted that helps to highlight that the working principles vary in a number of ways, furthermore, with the service that is provided by the ETP plants, the water bodies are kept clean and a large amount of water is well treated.
Treatment technique are also Moving bed bioreactor (mbbr), fluidized aerated reactor and clarifier
The meaning of effluent treatment plant
The Effluent Treatment Plant is one of the most sophisticated and scientific processes undertaken to make sure that all the industrial wastewater is treated in a proper manner. The process includes ETP plants that are built to treat water from a large area and make the contamination free. The process of treatment followed by industries would make sure that no contaminant comes into contact with the surface water bodies.
The importance of Effluent Treatment Plant
Effluent treatment plants are an important part of the industries which helps in cleaning the water released out from them. The need for ETP plants came into existence with implementation of India’s Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974. This has been made mandatory to be installed in industries by the act. There are a number of industries where water has been used while producing products and after using the water it was being released out into the environment directly without knowing about its effects. The Effluent Treatment Plant process helps in treating the polluted water before releasing it into the environment. The ETP process is made up of different techniques which are used for treating and cleaning the waste water coming out from different kind of factories