Treatment of municipal sewage and reuse of Treated sewage at Industries in place of raw water by using UF and RO Technologies
Author(s):
A NARAYANAN, Chitranjan Kumar
Keywords:
Freshwater reduction, Treated sewage water, Raw water conservation, Industrial water reuse, Municipal sewage treatment.
Abstract
This project aims to reduce the industry's freshwater usage by supplying treated sewage water, ensuring more raw water for households. Sewage from municipal areas is pumped to the bar screen chamber for large debris removal. The water then moves to a collection sump for equalization before being pumped to the grit chamber to remove heavy materials, followed by a primary clarifier for suspended solids and FOG removal. Next, the aeration tank reduces BOD and COD using fine bubble diffusers. Overflow water goes to a secondary clarifier, where biomass settles. The supernatant is disinfected with sodium hypochlorite and filtered through sand and carbon filters. Ultra-filtration removes fine solids before the water is treated in an RO plant to reduce TDS for industrial reuse, such as in cooling towers, boilers, chillers, and compressors.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 166437

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 11, Issue 2

Page(s): 571 - 575
Article Preview & Download


Share This Article

Join our RMS

Conference Alert

NCSEM 2024

National Conference on Sustainable Engineering and Management - 2024

Last Date: 15th March 2024

Call For Paper

Volume 11 Issue 1

Last Date for paper submitting for Latest Issue is 25 June 2024

About Us

IJIRT.org enables door in research by providing high quality research articles in open access market.

Send us any query related to your research on editor@ijirt.org

Social Media

Google Verified Reviews