Are you searching for grey Water Treatment solutions?
Grey water is the waste water from home bathrooms, laundries, and kitchen outlets. Grey water contributes 30 to 50% of the wastewater released to the sewer, according to statistics. As a result of recycling, it reduces the demand on infrastructure greatly. By recycling wastewater, one can obtain outstanding efficiency and productivity with Netsol Water Solutions.
In most cases, grey water contains a variety of insoluble and soluble contaminants such as detergent, grime, lint, human hair, saliva, skin, and other impurities. Whether it's an organic or inorganic contamination, particle or microbiological, surfactant or detergent, the right grey water recycling system can help you attain the water quality you want.
What are the benefits of greywater recycling?
Reusing wastewater is an important aspect of long-term water resource management. Greywater can be a valuable alternative water supply, particularly in arid and touristic areas where peak water demand occurs during the dry season.
The following are some of the potential environmental benefits of greywater recycling:
- Freshwater extraction from rivers and aquifers is being reduced.
- Septic tanks and water treatment plants have a lower environmental impact.
- Water treatment uses less energy and emits fewer chemicals.
- Recharge of groundwater and nutrient reclamation.
Choose Netsol Water Solution for Grey Water Reuse
Clients that are looking for Grey water reuse should choose Netsol's services. In the wastewater treatment solutions industry, Netsol has built a solid reputation. It has a lengthy history in this area, and as a result, all of its solutions are well-received by customers. It has put together a professional team of specialists and engineers to handle the Grey water treatment. After the client submits a request for Grey water treatment, the engineers will physically visit the site and assess the issue.
Procedure for Design
Greywater can be contaminated with a variety of soluble and insoluble chemicals, necessitating suitable treatment. Traces of dirt, food, grease, hair, and various household cleaning products can all be found in greywater. To eliminate dissolved and suspended biological matter, aerobic and biological treatments are typically employed as initial greywater treatment, followed by ultra-filtration to prevent particles, germs, and viruses from passing through. To ensure residual disinfection at the point-of-use, greywater can be disinfected with ultraviolet and chlorination.
Compact and reliable solutions are required in densely urbanized touristic locations where space is limited and has a high value, making membrane bioreactor technology a very appealing option. The MBR process combines the activated sludge and membrane filtration processes. When opposed to traditional treatment techniques, MBR has a few key advantages.
- The method is quite stable, and the design is very small.
- Low sludge production and high effluent quality.
Membrane bioreactors combine physical membrane barriers with biological treatment to replace clarifiers, media filters, and minimize reactor size. Greywater systems typically include pipes, pumps, and a bioreactor tank where the water is treated biologically before passing through a membrane filter.
The engineers can create a wastewater treatment solution for the client on-site. In order to store the Grey water, a massive water tank can be built. After that, the stored water will be subjected to various treatment operations before being forwarded to the building's water supply system. This treatment is primarily used for toilet flushing and washing. As a result, a significant amount of water is conserved. This directly lowers the costs and bills related with water consumption, allowing the client to benefit handsomely.