Autonomous wastewater treatment plant working principle:
- Wastewater treatment plants are designed to treat greywater to the norms allowing its discharge into natural water bodies where fishing is allowed (subject to the requirements for the quantitative and qualitative composition of wastewater submitted for treatment and Guidelines for plant operation).
- Greywater goes down the gravity flow collector and enters the reception tank of the biological treatment plant. The reception tank is a rectangular independent section containing mechanical treatment equipment (grate, grit catcher).
- The water is then directed to the biological treatment line.
- After biological treatment at the plant, treated wastewater is sent for disinfection, and then follows down the discharge header.
- Grit from the grit catchers, as well as trash and debris from the grates are carried off by truck for disposal.
- Excess sludge from the biological treatment plant is sent for disposal.
Designed for biological treatment and disposal of wastewater; placed in a containerized housing unit.
Turnkey delivery of block containers includes selection of equipment, production of blocks, delivery and connection. An individual project can be developed to meet the customer's needs.
The capacity of the station is calculated based on the total number of users.
Water treatment systems are block modules. Wastewater is treated to the norms allowing its discharge into natural water bodies.
Block containers are also equipped with water pre-treatment stations. Their main purpose is to purify water to Construction Standards and Regulations norms. Water can be withdrawn from any surface reservoir, well or aqueduct.
Fields of application
Modular water treatment stations are designed to filter wastewater in remote areas without access to sewage systems, as well as in rotational camps, resorts and recreation centers.