Who is the Best Sewage Treatment Company in Delhi?
According to the Delhi Jal Board's forecasts, Delhi would be able to treat roughly 95% of its wastewater by the end of the year, reducing pollution in the Yamuna River. Delhi generates around 744 million gallons of sewage per day, accounting for 80% of the 930 MGD water supply.The 34 sewage treatment plants in 20 locations across Delhi can handle up to 597 MGD of sewage and are now operating at around 90% of their capacity (514 MGD).
The main cause of high levels of pollution in the river is untapped wastewater from unauthorised colonies and jhuggi-jhopri clusters, as well as low quality treated wastewater released by WWTPs. But, according to one report, by the end of this year, Delhi will be able to properly handle 707 MGD (95%) of wastewater. In the regard of sewage treatment, Netsol Water Solutions’ provides a comprehensive selection of sewage treatment plants, using both the traditional world-class technology and advanced membrane techniques.
Management of sewage by Sewage Treatment Plants
The management of sewage treatment plants is a promising field. Human health in India is being jeopardized by water contamination. Industries release large volumes of untreated wastewater into freshwater sources, resulting in frequent outbreaks of water-borne illnesses and environmental deterioration. This dumping of unprocessed sewage into freshwater bodies pollutes the water, rendering it unsafe for human consumption as well as industrial and agricultural use.
To remove impurities from wastewater, a sewage treatment plant (STP) is utilized. To eliminate physical, chemical, and biological impurities, it uses physical, chemical and biological processes. Our STPs are both efficient and cost-effective. All of our sewage treatment plants have received favourable reviews from our clients for their compact design, user friendliness, durability, low maintenance, corrosion resistance and longer service life qualities. Our STPs are fully automated and semi-automated. Hotels, hospitals, schools, universities, apartments, homes, societies, commercial workplaces, textile industry, paper industry, dyeing sector, automobiles, pharmaceuticals, are just a few of the industries involved.
Role of Sewage Treatment Plants
• Reduction of Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD)
• Reduction of Carbon Oxygen Demand (COD)
• Maintaining pH
• On-site help by expert engineers
• Minimum or Zero discharge
• Colourless and odourless treated water
• Highly appropriate for inconsistent sewage
• Waste water recycling
Why are we the best manufacturer of Sewage Treatment Plants in Delhi?
To achieve 100% satisfaction, we use a unique and efficient process to understand the client's wastewater requirements and produce the highest quality plant.
Our goal is to build a strong reputation and gain respect in the wastewater treatment plant industry, such as ETP, STP, and WWTP.
Our mission is to collaborate with our clients, Government and stakeholders to improve water quality, so that our future generations can inherit a better environment and life. For STP Projects, we deliver the best results across India. We use cutting-edge technology to provide cost-effective, simple-to-operate, and customized solutions.
Our treatment systems are completely capable of treating industrial process wastewater, commercial wastewater and residential wastewater, as well as producing results that meet CPCB/SPCB standards.We collect data from the sites and analyse it as needed. To ensure optimum cleanliness, we manufacture treatment plants according to the basic requirements of the clients for societies, hospitals, parks, educational institutions, malls, and much more. We supply quality control operators as well as commissioning and maintenance facilities.
Our Service team with a high level of expertise
Our service team is highly skilled, with extensive experience and exposure to STP installation in a wide range of sectors.
-MBBR (Mix Bed Bio Reactor)
-SAFF (Submerged Aerated Fixed Film)
-SBR (Sequencing Bio Reactor)
-MBR (Mix Bed Bio Reactor)
-Fixed Bed Biofilm Activated Sludge Process using Submerged Aeration Fixed Film Technology (FBAS)
-Improved Circular Secondary Clarifier, and much more.
Why are Sewage Treatment Plants required?
India's population of 1.3 billion people is expanding at a rate of roughly 1.3 percent per year, and demand for potable water may exceed supply by 50% by 2030. In India, good water and waste-water management is critical to averting the looming water crisis.
One of the casualties of India's rush to become a more industrialised economy has been the deterioration of our environment. Unfortunately, rapid industrialisation has increased the quantity of pollutants in our environment. Wastewater, sometimes known as sewage, is one of these contaminants. Thus, wastewater management through sewage treatment plants has become a need in our cities today.
But, why is the wastewater treated?
We all believe in taking care of our surroundings as well as our personal health. There are numerous reasons for keeping our water clean:
1: Plants and animals that live in water require clean water to survive. This is critical for the fishing industry, recreational anglers and future generations.
2: Our rivers and oceans are teeming with life that is reliant on shorelines, beaches, and marshes. Hundreds of species of aquatic life relies on clean water for survival. The habitats are used by migratory water birds for resting and feeding.
3: Many individuals prefer to live near water because of the beauty and recreational appeal. Swimming, fishing, boating, and picnics are popular aquatic activities for visitors.
4: Water might contain diseases if it is not adequately cleaned. As people work, live and play near water, it is essential to eradicate hazardous bacteria, in order for water to be safe.
The goal of sewage treatment is to remove as many contaminants as possible before returning the leftover water, known as effluent, to the environment. Netsol Water which is a well-known company, founded in 2012 and situated in Greater Noida, follows the same mission of providing pure, safe and clean water to the habitants on our Earth. According to Pollution Control Board requirements, our company is a prominent producer and supplier of Sewage Treatment Plants (STP), Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP), Waste Water Treatment Plants (WTP), and Water Treatment Plants and handles such projects on a turnkey basis across India and abroad. These products work well in compliance with worldwide quality standards, thanks to our well-trained staff.