|Minimum Order Quantity||01 Piece|
|Capacity (KLD/MLD)||250 KLD|
|Inlet Flow Rate(m3/day or m3/hr)||250 m3/day|
|Air Blower Count||2 Blowers|
|Treatment Technology||Mixed Bed Bio Reactor(MBBR)|
|Air Blower Power||0.4 kW|
|Industry||Municipal Waste water|
|Material Of Construction||Mild Steel|
|Treatment Stages||Secondary Treatment|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Sewage treatment plant is a kind of water treatment and wastewater treatment plant. It is also known as STP. It is used for removing contaminants and dirtiness among sewage water. Sewage systems have been available almost everywhere. Fibrels India
offers a range of sewage treatment plants from a small pre-fabricated plant to large size sewage treatment plant.Municipal wastewater treatment plant
helps in treating the wastewater from various drainages. The steps involved include preliminary processes, primary processes, secondary processes, and tertiary processes. The effluent is discharged in the downstream.
The municipal wastewater treatment plant
is the facility that treats the wastewater from the domestic and commercial industry. So, before letting it out into rivers or oceans, we must treat it to some extent from where no contaminant can hit it up and make it worse for use.
A municipal wastewater treatment plant
produces treated sewage ready for discharge into local waterways or reuse. It treats wastewater from households, businesses, hospitals and the like to remove contaminants so that the water released is clean enough for human use or to return it to nature.Municipal wastewater treatment plant consists of Three stages. Stage 1: Primary treatment. Stage 2: Secondary or biological treatment. Stage 3: Tertiary or advanced treatment.Municipal wastewater treatment plants
allow the whole community to be served with its high capacity. The design will greatly depend on the size of the population it serves.Municipal wastewater treatment plants
are used for removing pollutants from the wastewater. Municipal Wastewater treatment plant
is a multi-purpose method, which uses microorganisms to cleanse the polluted water. The main advantage lies in its ability to convert highly contaminated wastewater into an odourless effluent and a solid waste that can be resued as fertilisers or soil conditioners.