Wastewater must be treated because about 80% of it flows unfiltered into lakes, rivers, seas and oceans and this leads to environmental hazards. It causes a build-up of organic and inorganic contaminants, heavy metals and pathogens in these water bodies which contaminate freshwater and harm the aquatic ecosystem.
Rampant urbanisation and industrialisation have led to an enormous increase in the wastewater from both domestic setups (sewage) and industries (effluent). The output of water is much cleaner, more environmentally friendly effluent. Wastewater treatments also ensure that you comply with industry standards and regulations by Pollution boards, drafted to save the planet’s fast-dwindling freshwater reserves. Recover around 95% of your liquid waste for reuse, treat and retrieve valuable byproducts from your waste like salts, and produce a dry, solid cake for easy disposal.
Effluent Treatment Plants. (ETP)
Sewage Treatment Plants. (STP)
Zero Liquid Discharge. (ZLD)
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With new integrated technologies and comprehensive service, Hydromo provides complete solutions for a clean and future-ready water industry.
Membrane bioreactor is the combination of a membrane process like microfiltration or ultrafiltration with a biological wastewater treatment process, the activated sludge process. It is now widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.
Membrane bioreactor for wastewater treatment is a combination of a suspended growth biological treatment method, usually activated sludge, with membrane filtration equipment, typically low-pressure microfiltration or ultrafiltration membranes. The membranes are used to perform the critical solid-liquid separation function. In activated sludge facilities, this is traditionally accomplished using secondary and tertiary clarifiers along with tertiary filtration. The two general types of MBR systems are vacuum (or gravity-driven) and pressure-driven systems. Vacuum or gravity systems are immersed and normally employ hollow fiber or flat sheet membranes installed in either the bioreactors or a subsequent membrane tank. Pressure driven systems are in-pipe cartridge systems located externally to the bioreactor.
An “MBR System” is considered to be a complete and integrated membrane unit (sub-systems) with related components necessary to allow the process to function as desired. An MBR system often comprises ten or eleven sub-systems and includes fine screening, the Membrane Zone and, in most cases, some type of post-disinfection process.