|Capacity (KLD/MLD)||100 KLD|
|Water Source Type||Borewell Water|
|Inlet Flow Rate(m3/day or m3/hr)||100 m3/day|
|Water Source||Industrial Effluent|
|Treatment Stages||Preliminary Treatment|
The effluent treatment plant falls under this category as their common names are effluent treatment system, etp, Effluent wastewater treatment plant, dairy etp, mbr etp plant, effluent treatment plant for textile industry, effluent treatment plant system, Effluent Treatment Plant for Pharmaceutical industry, Rice Mill ETP, Effluent Treatment For Rice Mills
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.
Effluent is nothing but the wastewater that has been contaminated by anthropogenic industrial or commercial activities prior to its release into the environment or its reuse. Different industries produce wastewater, although in recent years there have been many efforts towards recycling and reusing such treated waste. Water is an important component of every food manufacturing plant. It is used as an ingredient, coolant, solvent for cleaning in process (CIP) or in many other chemical based reactions in companies. After the completion of manufacturing process, this influent gets converted into wastewater which gets expelled from industry as a byproduct called effluent. Effluents contain a mix of contaminants, both toxic and nontoxic, including heavy metals and various organic materials. With the majority of effluents containing 99.9% water, it’s important to remove the remaining solids. To do this we create an effluent treatment plant that purifies industrial wastewater to be recycled or disposed of safely. Every company has a unique effluent composition and therefore needs personalized effluent treatment plants to meet their specific needs.
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