Municipal wastewater treatment is the process of removing contaminants/pollutants from municipal wastewater. It contains mainly household sewage, greywater and treated sewage effluent as the major sources. The treatment process removes contaminants and produces treated wastewater (or treated effluent) that is safe enough for release into the environment. Further advance treatment process utilizes technologies to reuse the treated water for various other purposes.
Municipal wastewater is the most abundant type of wastewater that falls into the category of low-strength waste streams. It is characterized by low organic strength and high particulate organic matter content.
To reduce the environmental footprint from water and waste streams, by maximizing reuse of water, by turning waste to value, and by minimizing energy consumption and waste. We offer a complete solution of wastewater treatment, filtration, and sludge treatment that helps produce clean effluent water for discharge or water reuse, recover heat and reduce the amount of sludge for disposal.
Biological, filtration, ultrafiltration, and reverse osmosis are the various technologies in combination for the treatment of wastewater.