Sewage Treatment Plant
Why do we need sewage treatment plants?
Sewage treatment is a type of wastewater treatment that aims to remove contaminants from sewage water to produce an effluent that is suitable for reuse and discharge to the surrounding environment.
Wastewater generated from domestic households and businesses and possibly pre-treated industrial wastewater can be looked at either as “waste” or “pollution” or as a source of revenue and cost-saving by treating it removing the contaminant and reusing the “Treated Sewage Effluent ” in several applications and saving the cost of alternative expensive water such as :
- Makeup for cooling towers.
- Network flushing and cleaning.
- Recharge aquifers
- Reduce the salt content in certain groundwater.
- Industrial systems.
- Vehicle washing systems.
At the global level, an estimated 52% of sewage is treated. However, sewage treatment rates are highly unequal for different countries around the world. For example, while high-income countries treat approximately 74% of their sewage, developing countries treat an average of just 4.2%.
Earlier sewage and wastewater was discharged to rivers, sea or oceans contaminating the main source that we need to generate drinking water for us and new generations to come, it is time now to think about future and treat the sewage and wastewater and use it efficiently.
As Smart Water treatment technology group together with our partners Aqua Tawa and Vogel had developed customized sewage treatment plants that fit your need using the most advanced technologies.
Technologies we offer
Extended Aeration( EA)
Extended aeration is typically used in prefabricated “package plants” intended to minimize design costs for waste disposal from small communities, tourist facilities, or schools.
Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)
A type of activated sludge process for the treatment of wastewater. SBR reactors treat wastewater in batches. SBR tank utilized to serve several steps of the treatment , Filling , Reacting , Settling , Decanting and desludging
Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR)
Utilizing the membrane technology to separate the supernatant from mixed liquor. The MBR processes can produce effluent of high quality enough to be discharged to the coastal, surface, or brackish waterways or to be reclaimed for urban irrigation. Other advantages of MBRs over conventional processes include a small footprint, easy retrofit, and upgrading old wastewater treatment plants.
Moving Bid Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)
The MBBR system consists of an aeration tank (similar to an activated sludge tank) with special plastic carriers that provide a surface where a biofilm can grow.
The system provide minimum foot print compared to other type of treatment.
Smart Water Treatment Technology Group serves several business sectors .