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Water contamination is one of the major challenges worldwide. Several factors such as rapid urbanization, industrialization, population explosion and changing lifestyle habits have contributed to the pollution of water bodies and health problems to humans. In this context, wastewater treatment is of great importance to prevent water contamination and protect the environment.

In the past decades, sanitation in India has been one of the biggest challenges faced by the country. According to a report in 2015, only 40% population in India had access to safe sanitation. With a growing population in urban and rural areas, millions of people do not have access to proper sanitation facilities even today.

If you are someone who is stuck at home due to the pandemic, it is possible that you are cooking more than ever before. Consequently, you must be generating an extensive amount of food waste too. Instead of throwing the waste for dumping on landfills, you can turn it into a useful resource through composting. 

Municipal waste treatment plants around the world are under severe strain with increasing migration of people toward urban areas. And while there have been engineering advancements in design and processes of sewage treatment plants, development of bacterial treatment systems for effective sewage secondary treatment has not been accorded equal importance. But like our client in Gödöllő discovered, we have a natural solution for every wastewater treatment woe.

Our clients – one of India’s most renowned confectionery and edible oil manufacturers – were dealing with several issues at their plant in Maharashtra. Traditional wastewater treatment solutions were resulting in high levels of COD. Excessive foaming in the aeration tank and high concentration of oil and grease were other concerns when they approached us for a solution.