APPLICATION OF AMALGAMATED SSF & UASB IN GREY WATER TREATMENT – A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACHB. Venkatesana, S. Praveenb and M. Senthil Kumarc
Water provides Earth with competence of underneath life. The whole jostle on the water stipulate is very elevated due to unbalanced urbanization and rapid increase in population. It is extremely tricky to meet the demand because the existing source is limited. Hence it is high time for us to look on the waste water which is nothing but the used water. The wastewater (grey water) which is imminent out as wastes from an institution which is having a population of 450 students, around 80 percent of the water sent to ground directly. The water is from the bathrooms and kitchen is sent through small channels to a ditch. The samples collected from the ditches. The water through various layers of filters and finally through the Up flow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB). The flow of wastewater is up to 36 kld, for the emergency purpose. The pilot plant was designed for the capacity of 25 L and can treat water at rate of 2.25 L per hour. The foremost intend of this project is to design the treatment plant by using Slow Sand Filters (SSF) and up flow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket technology for the enhanced technology. By analyzing the characteristics of the waste water the adequacy of the design is tested out and the indispensable unit process and maneuvers of the treatment system are designed.
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