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Why Wastewater Treatment is Important?

Wastewater Treatment Importance

Though India is a farmers land, many places in India face the issue of drought every year. Water waste left untreated is one of the major reasons behind water scarcity. Water waste is generated from industrial waste, residential waste, environmental waste, and much more. The majority of wastewater is generated from residences and commercial/industrial establishments.

Wastewater is the harmful chemicals and different elements that have become too polluted for further use, released in rivers, lakes, and seas that damage marine life and harm humans as well. Considering the harmful effects of wastewater, the government is trying to reduce water pollution by making wastewater treatment; a mandatory practice to mitigate the effect of water scarcity in the world.

There are many ways to treat wastewater such as rainwater harvesting, water location transfers, desalination, and wastewater treatment plants. For industries and big residential areas, wastewater treatment plants are a must. Depending on the types of waste and amount of waste generated, industrial wastewater treatment plants are designed to tackle huge amounts of waste using innovative technology.

Wastewater treatment plants allow industries and residential societies to manage all the wastewater before releasing it into the environment. The process involves the removal of suspended solids, total dissolved solids, and synthetic chemicals from the water waste and makes it ready for recycling or discharging into the environment.

As per a report generated by Maier Vidorno, the wastewater treatment plants market in India is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 12% during 2016-2021. The report also states that India’s industrial wastewater treatment plant market is expected to reach $ 2.3 billion by 2022.

All these stats indicate the growing adaptation of wastewater treatment plants. Let us see what major advantages it offers and why industries should focus more on wastewater treatment solutions.

Importance of Wastewater Treatment:

1. Benefits environment

Since all the water waste is released in natural water reservoirs such as lakes and rivers, the water gets contaminated. This polluted water is consumed by fishes, crops, and animals. Also, the polluted water is evaporated and ultimately the rainwater is also nothing but polluted water. To protect the health of many different ecosystems, wastewater treatment is very crucial.

2. Recycled water

Since factories and industries require a huge amount of water every day for different processes, water recycling is the best solution. Any water waste treated by plants is pure enough to be utilized again. This process saves hundreds of liters of water.

3. Energy production

The sludge collected during the wastewater treatment process contains a large amount of biodegradable material. These materials can be used to generate electricity and other energy. The energy generated here can be used in wastewater treatment plants making it self-sustainable.

4. Save you from heavy fines

The Government of Maharashtra and MPCB have appointed a special committee to check the progress & violation of wastewater treatment plants. It is vital to understand the importance of wastewater treatment and apply it accordingly.

Conclusion

Factories and commercial/residential properties often neglect the wastewater treatment process in focusing on their core business. It is recommended to hire professional wastewater treatment plant services. We at Green Solution not only take care of all wastewater treatment plant legal permits/consents but also offer AMC services.

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Admin April 29, 2021

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