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February 23, 2024

Karen Sam

OB Care

In the era of sustainable solutions for public facilities, the choice between waterless urinals and traditional urinals is becoming a crucial point of consideration. Water scarcity, environmental consciousness, and operational efficiency are driving a shift toward waterless urinals. Let us delve into the pros and cons of both waterless urinals and normal urinals, offering insights […]

February 3, 2024

Karen Sam

Wastewater

In the intricate balance of environmental conservation and sustainable development, the treatment of wastewater emerges as a critical nexus. As our global population shoots up, the volume of wastewater generated amplifies in tandem, presenting both a challenge and an opportunity. In this era where data drives innovation, a robust data-driven approach to wastewater treatment can [...]

June 15, 2023

Karen Sam

Wastewater

In the face of growing water scarcity and the urgent need for sustainable water management, innovative solutions are emerging to revolutionize water conservation efforts. Smart technologies have taken centre stage, offering a new wave of water-saving solutions that leverage advanced systems and intelligent algorithms to optimize water usage. Let us delve into the realm of [...]

March 28, 2023

Karen Sam

Wastewater

Wastewater treatment plants help in protecting public health and the environment. However, these facilities face various challenges, from ageing infrastructure to inefficient treatment processes, which can put them at risk of plant failure. Signs Your Wastewater Treatment Plant is in Danger Decrease in System Reliability: Ensuring the reliability of the production processes is of utmost [...]

Many industrial units in India treat their waste in Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP). They avoid having an on-site wastewater treatment facility due to high capital and operating costs. Many industries don’t have access to the water body even through the pipelines; hence they rely on municipal wastewater treatment plants to recycle the effluent.

Every year, India generates almost 62 million tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW), roughly half of which is organic. This organic waste, when decomposed, produces methane when disposed off irresponsibly. Rather than emitting this toxic gas directly into the air, it can be used in biogas production to help curb pollution, improve livelihoods and enhance the quality of life. Many industrial sectors treat their wastewater with the help of biological processes. The anaerobic process produces biogas that can run the operations at the treatment plant. This helps in saving costs on electricity and fossil fuels.