We provide a wastewater solution that is tailored to your needs

The objective of sewage treatment plant in remains consistent across various sectors but the challenges can be quite unique and specific to each site. Multiple parameters must be assessed and analysed to guarantee that Akruthi Enviro Solution aligns with your needs, schedule, and financial plan. These factors encompass wastewater type, fluctuating flow rates, consumption patterns, and the land at your disposal in commercial buildings.

We understand wastewater and we take the time to understand the needs and situation of your particular business before recommending, planning and providing an on-site wastewater solution.

What is a Sewage Treatment Plant?

A sewage treatment plantpurifies wastewater from diverse facilities. It employs a combination of physical, chemical, and biological procedures to eliminate impurities and generate treated wastewater suitable for environmentally safe disposal.

Sewage treatment plants play a crucial role in preserving both environmental and public health. In their function to collect, treat, and discharge wastewater, these facilities are responsible for managing all the wastewater in a specific area. Without adequate treatment, sewage poses a threat of leaching into the environment and contaminating ecosystems. Once treated, the wastewater is either safely discharged into the nearest water bodies or made available for reuse, ensuring the protection of our ecosystems and public well-being.

Why Installing aWastewater Treatment Plant is Beneficial for Commercial Building?

The onsite commercial wastewater treatment system is among the most important conservation processes in helping to save the environment, so it’s an important process.Our commercial treatment facilities handle wastewater from various business establishments, including industrial plants, refineries, manufacturing facilities, and more. They maintain on-site installations where wastewater is processed to ensure that the discharged water into the environment has been thoroughly treated and rendered safe for diverse purposes.

Our system will not just help conserve water and make it easier to have a healthier environment, but it will also safeguard the well-being of communities by averting waterborne threats that endanger human lives.

What is the operational process of a sewage treatment plant?

Treating sewage/wastewater from your apartment has the aim to produce an effluent that will do as little harm as possible when discharged to the surrounding environment, effectively preventing pollution compared to the discharge of untreated wastewater.

Sewage from your commercial building can be treated by implanting Sewage Treatment System which involves following stages:

Preliminary treatment

Sewage enters the plant network, pushed through various screens to eliminate large solids and waste, with grit removed by flow attenuation. The purpose of this stage is to purify the sewage by removingdebris, sand, grit, and large particles.

Primary stage

The primary stage consists of the separation of solids and liquids. The wastewater is directed into sedimentation tanks, where the force of gravity causes solids to settle at the tank's bottom. The water is then released, leaving behind a sludge/slurry.

The sludge is a by-product of primary treatment and occasionally be repurposed as a fertilizer, but it demands additional treatment, such as de-watering, to ensure its stability. Incineration typically becomes the final destination for heavily contaminated sludge.

Secondary treatment

Secondary treatment is the biological treatment stage that breaks down organic contaminants in wastewater.

The two most frequently utilized methods are the activated sludge process (involving aerated ponds) and filter beds (where sewage is distributed over an aggregate). In both of these techniques, 'beneficial' bacteria within the sludge or aggregate actively decompose pathogens found in the wastewater.

After secondary treatment, wastewater can sometimes be released, providing there’s a low risk to human and animal life and the environment.

Tertiary treatment

Wastewater is considered clean after secondary treatment, but tertiary treatment returns it to an even higher quality for release in protected waters.

The type of tertiary treatment depends on the wastewater. For example, suppose we should release wastewater into bathing or shellfish waters. In that case, it requires disinfection, and nutrients in the water, like phosphorous, must also be removed.

Types of tertiary treatment include:

1. Microfiltration (where water passes through tiny holes at high pressure)

2. Ion exchange (where ions in the water are exchanged for other ions)

3. Activated carbon adsorption (which removes organics)

4. Disinfection (where UV light or chemicals kill organic pathogens leftover)