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Some FAQ’s

  • What Is The Difference between STP & ETP?
    STP (Sewage Treatment Plant) is used to treat human waste, whereas ETP (Effluent Treatment Plant) is used to treat chemical waste such as from Hospitals, chemicals, Paint Industries vice-versa. Both come under wastewater treatment.
  • Why Do We Need Wastewater Treatment Plant?
    Wastewater Treatment Plant helps treat wastewater coming out from industries, residential societies that can further be used in agriculture, construction vice-versa. The need is to safeguard water and save it for the future.
  • On What Parameters STP & ETP Should Function?
    STP & ETP are designed to follow norms given by CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board Of India ) and NGT ( National Green Tribunal) for BOD, COD, Oil & Grease, PH, etc.
  • What Is Technology Used In STP & ETP?
    The STP, ETP is Extended Aeration, SBR, MBR, MBBR. These technologies are the latest in India, and Netsol always strives and researches for the best upgrading technologies.
  • Is It Important To Get STP & ETP In Residential Societies?
    Yes, it is very important as per the guidelines of CPCB and NGT, all residential societies need to implement this technology. Failing to do so will result in a fine by the state government.
  • On What Parameters Industrial RO Plant Should Function?
    Industrial RO Plant is designed and manufactured with pre-defined factors kept in mind such as the PH level of the water, TDS in the water, Chlorine level in the water.
  • How many types of ETP plants are there?
    Some of the major important types of the wastewater treatment process are as follows: 1. Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) 2. Sewage Treatment Plants (STP) 3. Common and Combined Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP).
  • What is BOD in wastewater?
    BOD is a measure of the amount of oxygen required to remove waste organic matter from water in the process of decomposition by aerobic bacteria (those bacteria that live only in an environment containing oxygen).
  • What is the COD level in water?
    The chemical oxygen demand (COD) measures water and wastewater quality. The COD test is often used to monitor water treatment plant efficiency. ... COD is expressed in mg/L, which indicates the mass of oxygen consumed per liter of solution.
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