Effluent Treatment Plants

Complete Effluent Treatment & Recycling

Anodyne provides a complete range of water and wastewater treatment products with modular plug and play systems. Our brand VEPO, has been successfully functioning PAN India. The addition of Aqualog UV series- Online Continuous Monitoring system (OCMS), monitoring wide range of physical, biological and chemical parameters, makes VEPO a complete and efficient solution for industrial waste water treatment.

Overview

VEPO ETP is one of the most advanced effluent treatment system developed by Anodyne for wastewater treatment. Anodyne offers customised as well as standardised effluent treatment plants. These systems reduce the plants footprint by more than 60%.

VEPO Systems can be installed as a complete system or as per requirement can be divided into Physio-Chemical treatment and Biological Treatment. Physico chemical treatment is used for the separation of colloidal particles. To achieve it quickly, chemicals (called coagulants and flocculants) are added. These transform the physical state of the colloids, allowing them to remain in an indefinitely stable form and therefore form particles or flocs with settling properties. The stabilisation of wastewater is accomplished biologically using a variety of microorganisms. The microorganism converts colloidal and dissolved organic matter into various gases and simpler molecules which can be further removed by gravity settling.

Application

Hotels Effluent Treatment Plants & Hospital

Institutions

Retail Malls

Industry: Automobile Industry, Chemical Industry, Electroplating, Textile, Paper Mills, Dairies, Sugar Mill, Leather Industries, Petrochemical etc.

Technology

Clarifier
Physio-Chemical treatment

generally use clarifiers as settling tanks to separate solid particulates deposited by sedimentation. To augment the treatment, clarifiers use tube settlers to increase the settling capacity of rectangular sedimentation basins by reducing vertical distance. The floc particles would settle before agglomerating to form larger particles. The settlers use multiple tubular channels sloped at an angle and adjacent to each other, which combine to form an increased effective settling area.

Dissolved Air Floatation (DAF)

For clarifying suspended matter such as oil, contaminants are removed using use of dissolved air in water/waste water by injecting air under pressure in the floatation tank basin. The released air forms tiny bubbles which adhere to the suspended matter, causing the suspended matter to float on the surface of the water where a skimmer may then remove it.

Biological Treatment
Anaerobic Treatment

Anaerobic Treatment is an energy-efficient process in which bacteria transforms organic waste in the wastewater into biogas in the absence of oxygen. To achieve this oxygen-free environment, the entry of air into anaerobic tanks is prevented, typically by a gastight cover.

Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB)

Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) technology, also known as UASB reactor is a form of an anaerobic digester that is used for wastewater treatment. In this process, wastewater flows upward through the blanket of sludge and microorganism degrade the organic matter and produces methane gas as a by-product, which further can be used as fuel.

Aerobic Treatment

Aerobic is the process in which microorganisms convert organics waste into carbon dioxide and new biomass in the presence of oxygen. Aerobic treatment requires continuous oxygen supply so forced air from air blowers is mixed with the wastewater, where the aerobic bacteria feed on the waste in the water.

Activated Sludge Process (ASP)

In the ASP process, microorganism thoroughly mixed with organic compounds contained in wastewater under such conditions that stimulate their growth. As the microorganisms grow and are mixed by the agitation of the air, the individual organisms flocculate to form an active mass of microbes called activated sludge that derives the name of the process as ‘Activated Sludge Process’. In a conventional activated sludge process, the wastewater is typically aerated for six to eight hours in a long, rectangular aeration basins. Sufficient air is provided to keep the sludge in suspension. The air is injected from the bottom through a system of diffusers.

Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)

SBR is an application of ASP that is operated on a batch basis. It is used in small communities where space is limited. The design principles for this reactor are keyed to the following treatment steps:
Fill: During this phase, the basin receives influent wastewater
React: During this phase aeration and mixing units are on
Settle: Air and mixing are turned off. The activated sludge is allowed to settle

Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)

MBBR is an economical and efficient solution for wastewater treatment. MBBR system consists of an aeration tank containing special plastic elements called media, to support the growth of biofilm in the reactor. These media have a large surface area for optimal contact with water, air and bacteria. The bacteria grow on the surface of the media and break down the organic matter from the wastewater. It significantly increases the capacity and efficiency of the existing plant and decreases the carbon footprint.

Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)

MBR is used in biological treatment with membrane separation. Membrane Bioreactor consists of a biological reactor with suspended biomass and solids separation by Microfiltration(MF) or Ultrafiltration(UF) membranes.

Features

Modular design enables faster delivery

Compact Design Aids in for quick and easy installation, and space efficiency and is scalable

Better aeration control, denitrification, and lower power consumption

Low chemical consumption

Less and simpler equipment, thus reduces maintenance

Suppressed filamentous bacteria thus lower potential for sludge bulking

Superior sludge settling due to bio-selector and cyclic sequences

30% less sludge production than competitor systems

Automatic control system

Design flexibility

Simplicity of operation put operators at ease.

Minimal footprints

Meets Pollution Control Board norms

Specifications

Technology SBR/MBBR/MBR
Treatment Capacity 5 – 10000 KLD (0.01 – 10 MLD)
Fabrication Type Prefab/Containerized : 5 – 150 KLD
On – Site Fabrication: 5 – 5000 KLD (0.005 – 5 MLD)
Civil : 10 – 10000 KLD (0.01 – 10 MLD)
Material Of Construction Prefab/Containerized MS Epoxy / FRP
On – Site Fabrication
Civil Bricks(Common Burnt Clay bricks/Concrete Bricks/Engineering Bricks/ Fly Ash bricks for Non-Humid areas) ; Sand ; Cement ; Paint
Piping Application • Interconnecting all modules and tanks
• Distribution of Aeration System
Material of Construction (MOC) uPVC / PP with MPV
Consumables • Bacteria
• Chemicals for Equalization
• Chemical for Disinfection at Tertiary Stage
Sludge Handling • Sludge Drying Bed
• Filter Press
Polishing System / Reuse Depends on source of application
• Reverse Osmosis
• Ultra-Filtration
• Softener

Parts

VEPO-STP-C-T-F-M
C – Capacity
T - Technology
F - Fabrication
M - Material OF Construction

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