|Parameter||Before Treatment||Approved Range|
|pH||3.0 - 4.0||6.5 - 8.5|
|Suspended Solids||600 - 800 mg/l||50 mg/l|
|Lead||30 - 40 mg/l||0.1 mg/l|
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Neutralization Water Wastewater Treatment Plants
Since our inception year, we have been engaged in manufacturing and supplying excellent quality Neutralization Water Wastewater Treatment Plants. The purpose of neutralization is to adjust the pH value to meet the needs of the different processing units in the wastewater treatment system. These are generated in meat, food and beverage processing operations as well as many other chemical and industrial operations. Our clients can avail these Neutralization Water Wastewater Treatment Plants from us at market-competitive rates.
- Operation is quite easy & comfortable
- Long service life
- Unmatched performance
If unchecked, these untreated effluent will seep in to land and would lead to soil contamination, pollution in ground water table and their runoff may also lead to pollution of nearby eater sources. Hence, their proper treatment before disposal is necessary.
Description of Effluent Treatment Plant for Lead Recycling :
Effluent from such used batteries mainly consists of sulphates and sulphides of lead, small quantity of lead and diluted sulphuric acid. Further effluent from container washing which mainly contains small quantity of lead is also fed to the ETP. This effluent has low pH values. pH balancing agent (caustic or lime in this case) is added to adjust the pH and also for coagulation. The effluent is then mixed for Flocculation. The flocks so formed are settled and dewatered on a Sludge Bed(or through Filter Press). Treated effluent after this is further polished using filters. While treated water may be disposed or used as permitted by law, sludge is recharged into furnaces for recycling and reclamation of lead.
Characteristics of Effluent before and after Treatment :
(However, where only spent acid is fed into the ETP, sludge generated is in the form of sodium sulphate or calcium sulphate with lesser quantities of lead will be dewatered and stored as hazardous waste instead)