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PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2017 4:28 am    Post subject: Furthering technologies water, wastewater treatment & re Reply with quoteFind all posts by bejoy

Water is life. Kirloskar Brothers Ltd expounds on various technologies it has adapted to recycle and reuse water/wastewater – essentially, making this scarce resource go the extra mile.

The importance of water in all aspects of life is not lost on anyone, least of all, on India’s rapidly developing industry. This has, in turn, affected the growth of the water industry. Growing urbanisation and industrialisation, coupled with over-exploitation of water resources is expected to push the growth of the water and wastewater management market in the years to come, but industry participants are worried that the existing poor infrastructure and pricing mechanisms may hamper the path.

Growing population has also contributed to the need to create a strong and sustainable water and wastewater infrastructure for the country. It is thus obvious that supply of clean water and effective treatment of wastewater generated across India are crucial for achieving sustainable development in the country.

The water and waste water management industry encompasses multiple techniques for the treatment of water and to overcome water scarcity and conserve water resources. Some of these technologies are listed below:

Water treatment technologies

Conventional system
Conventional treatment consists of coagulation, flocculation, clarification, and filtration, followed by disinfection at the pre and post stage of treatment. Conventional treatment is often preceded by pre-sedimentation tank. The benefit of using conventional systems is that it reduces the concentration of particulate matter including suspended particles, parasites, bacteria, algae, viruses and fungi; and a range of dissolved and particulate material derived from surfaces water sources.

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