In the aerobic wastewater treatment, microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and other microbes act aggressively on the organic compounds which are known as high-energy forms of carbon with the help of oxygen dissolved in wastewater.
The sewage treatment plants are not equipped enough to deal with such a large amount of sewage waste. There are only a limited number of sewage plants across the country.
Due to the excessive load of waste received by malfunctioning wastewater treatment plants, sludge treatment is often not accomplished as desired. There are now strong biological solutions that help in wastewater and sludge treatment.
Before planning a treatment scheme, it was crucial to perform a treatability study in order to understand the wastewater characteristics and devise an appropriate treatment regime specific to their effluent.
Clarifiers are important components of wastewater treatment plants. It performs the important function of the removal of biomass generated in the secondary treatment stage. It is necessary to treat organic waste with the best solutions which makes it easier for clarifier to perform at its best.
The Entire bioremediation program ran for 60 Days. Every parameter was closely monitored & modified when required to meet the desired results. The process was divided into 3 parts, where each one was focused on a specific part of the plant
The process mainly contained three stages namely: Primary treatment, Secondary Treatment, and Tertiary Treatment. In the primary treatment, large objects, solids are screened using filters and removed. In the secondary treatment, more solid particles and organic matter present in the wastewater is removed using biological treatment. In the tertiary process, disinfection or chlorination takes place to make the effluent good enough to be released or reused.
We humans have the tendency to generate waste and sewage wherever we live without thinking about the need to dispose of it holistically. The raw sewage that has been fed into Oceans not only disturbs its ecosystem but poses a great threat of disease to the marine flora-fauna as well as humans.
Organica Biotech Pvt. Ltd. performed a bacteriological study called “Biocheck Analysis” on the effluent from the aeration tank. This analysis helps to understand and determine the health of the biological unit of the plant.
Wastewater which contains a large amount of toxic chemical is treated well before releasing it into the environment to prevent harm to humans, animals and plants. The anaerobic process is one of the most effective and efficient biological processes for the treatment of wastewater where micro-organisms are used to degrade the organic matter. The process is undertaken in the absence of oxygen.