Why is Sewage Treatment Plant important in gated societies?
A modern and efficient sewage treatment plant has to be the most important yet underappreciated amenity in a gated community residential project. It is both essential and underappreciated because it is at the heart of the community's sustainable water management strategy. It is often overlooked in the list of amenities provided, despite the fact that it should be.
When water becomes an essential commodity, an efficient and sophisticated sewage treatment plant, such as NETSOL's Effluent/Sewage system, plays a critical role in long-term water conservation and management.
The process of removing harmful organic and inorganic contaminants from household wastewater, i.e. water released from kitchens, bathrooms, and common areas, is known as sewage water treatment. Instead of discharging this wastewater directly into the environment, which could lead to contamination of land and air, it is routed through a sewage treatment plant, where contaminants are completely removed using a physical, biological, and chemical process to make it fit for re-use.
A sewage water treatment comprehensively treats the waste water in stages:
Preliminary Stage: Have you ever wondered where all the solid waste materials in sewage water end up, such as shampoo wrappers, rags, plastic bottles and materials, and other coarse objects?
Don't worry, all of the outliers in the sewage water are safely filtered and sent to landfills during this preliminary stage.
Primary Stage: The primary stage, also known as sedimentation, separates the solid waste from the liquid water of the sewage water. The liquid waste is skimmed to the next stage with skimmers as all of the organic and inorganic solids that escaped the preliminary stage settle down.
Secondary Stage: The water is routed to aeration tanks, where aerators mix oxygen with the water to aid microorganisms in the breakdown of biodegradable materials in the water. The removal of suspended biological matter and other organic materials is the focus of this stage.
Tertiary Stage: While the first two stages completely remove all biological materials, both solid and liquid, the tertiary stage uses chemical and UV light treatments to remove all inorganic materials and pathogens. The water that has been released can now be used for non-potable purposes such as flushing, irrigation, car washing, gardening, or even construction, and the sludge that has been removed can be used as plant fertiliser.
Even though sewage water is perfectly processed to make it fit for non-potable use, thousands of litres of water are saved every day, relieving pressure on water boreholes. Water resource life cycles can be significantly extended, resulting in more comfortable, safe, and sustainable living conditions in the long run. As a result, the Sewage Treatment Plant is at the heart of any gated community project's water infrastructure, and a prospective buyer should pay close attention to this amenity.
Install the most advanced Gated Community Sewage Water Treatment Plants by Netsol water solutions to pave the way for sustainable living and to maintain ecological balance.
Gated societies will benefit the most from installing our Effluent system in a variety of ways, including:
1. It will save money.
2. It will save water.
3. It will save energy and time.
4. It will save environment.