The ageing of wastewater treatment facilities (WWTPs) affects their efficiency and the quality of treated effluent while raising safety, health, and environmental criteria to safeguard our quality of life. As a result, upgrading and optimising out-of-date WWTPs is critical to meeting new criteria in a cost-effective and environmentally friendly manner.
What do you mean by a Waste Water Treatment?
Wastewater treatment is the process of removing impurities from wastewater and converting it into effluent that may be recycled back into the water cycle. Once returned to the water cycle, the effluent has a low environmental impact or can be reused for a variety of uses.
Steps of optimizing and upgrading WWTP’s
The basic four steps in optimising and upgrading current WWTPs are:
i) Evaluation of general plant processes,
ii) Evaluation of individual processes,
iii) A way to get around constraints, and
iv) Field-scale testing and uncertainty assessment
How to Upgrade your Waste Water Treatment Plants?
When trickling filters were used, biofilm technology was formerly thought to be a feasible, scalable method of treating wastewater. However, until the last few decades, there has been minimal progress in biofilm technology, with the introduction of moving bed bioreactors (moving medium) in place of fixed bed reactors (static media).
The enormous power consumption of moving bed bioreactors in recent years, in a world anxious to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage, has drawn attention to an alternative advanced media based wastewater treatment technology, which is quickly becoming a favoured option for many.
The flexible, improved media offers a paradigm shift in wastewater treatment, including:
• A semi-rigid media that can move naturally with the water current but is still contained within a fixed assembly that is rich in air or oxygen,
• It has a very high oxygen transfer rate;
• Lower environmental impact
• The lowest total cost of ownership of any system in the market today.
MABR (Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor) is the name of the advanced biofilm media technology. The solution has a 75 percent lower energy consumption than the best-in-class aeration systems in the market today, in addition to being simple to install and operate.
The non-disruptive-to-process drop-in modules boost biological capacity and provide an option to installing new tanks or switching to a whole new process treatment stream (that will carry the same risks as the old system of effluent failure).
Each Netsol drop-in MABR module relieves stress on a struggling facility while also improving effluent quality. Netsol MABR additionally protects aerobic biology from shock loads (e.g., toxins, CIP chemicals), is not washed out of the system with high flows, and can be fed with oxygen enhanced air to boost performance when higher seasonal process loads are present.
Netsol Water provides stand to enhance the production throughput capacity of any existing biological wastewater treatment plant (municipal or industrial) without the need for downtime or civil structure adjustments.
Many wastewater treatment plants (both industrial and municipal) are nearing the end of their useful lives, with some being overburdened. Fearing the expenditure required to improve or replace the current facility, the default approach may be to deny the issue.
With Netsol Water, the facility's capability may be expanded for a cheap initial investment and low ongoing operational cost, ensuring that the plant can run more effectively and without interruption.
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