Waste Water Treatment

Waste water treatment is the process of removing pollutants from wastewater and household sewage, both to make it safe for human contact and to return it to the environment. The process includes physical, chemical, and biological treatment processes to remove contaminants and produce treated wastewater (or treated effluent) that is safe for release into the environment. Physical processes such as sedimentation, filtration, and skimming can remove large solids from wastewater. Chemical processes such as coagulation, flocculation, and chemical precipitation can remove smaller solids, while biological processes such as activated sludge, trickling filters, and anaerobic digestion can remove dissolved and suspended organic compounds.

Our Process


Pre Treatment

This stage involves screening and grinding of the wastewater to remove large objects and debris.


Primary Treatment

This stage involves settling of suspended solids and removal of oil and grease.


Secondary Treatment

This stage involves the use of bacteria to break down the organic matter.


Tertiary Treatment

This stage involves the use of physical, chemical, and biological processes to further purify the wastewater.



This stage involves the use of chlorine or ultraviolet rays to kill any remaining pathogens.


Sludge Treatment and Disposal

This stage involves the removal of any remaining solids and the disposal of them in an appropriate manner.



Protects Public Health

One of the most important benefits of wastewater treatment is protecting public health. Wastewater treatment removes contaminants that could lead to the spread of disease, illness, and infection.


Prevents Contamination of Water Sources

Wastewater treatment also prevents contamination of water sources like rivers, lakes, ponds, and oceans. Without wastewater treatment, wastewater would be released into natural water sources and contaminate them, leading to further public health and environmental issues.


Reduces Pollution

Wastewater treatment reduces pollution in the environment by removing pollutants, toxins, and hazardous materials from wastewater before it is released back into the environment.


Recycles Resources

Wastewater treatment can also be used to recycle resources like water, energy, and nutrients. Wastewater can be treated and reused for a variety of applications, including agricultural irrigation, industrial cooling, and landscape irrigation.


Boosts Economy

Wastewater treatment can also help boost local economies. By treating wastewater, municipalities can save money on water bills and reduce the cost of managing wastewater disposal. This can result in lower taxes for residents and businesses.