|Industry||Sugar Industry, Diary Industry|
|Impurities To Be Removed||Oil and Grease, Turbility|
|Automation Grade||Automatic, Semi - Automatic|
|Feed Flow Rate||50 m3/day,100 m3/day 1000m3/day|
|Plant Type||Sewage Treatment Plant|
The Sewage Treatment Plant
process is similar to the way that a Septic Tank works but mechanical components provide a process to help break down solids to produce a cleaner, more environmentally friendly effluent. Wastewater and sewage, usually from a number of properties, are fed into the primary settlement tank where solids and liquids separate and then flows into the biozone chamber. In the chamber, a pump aerates the waste and encourages good bacteria to digest the organic matter, breaking it down and purifying it. As it leaves the final chamber known as the humus chamber, the effluent is typically 95% clean and ready for discharge into local watercourses, ditches or land drainage systems, subject to consent by the Environment Agency.