Water Treatment Industry

Water Treatment Industry

Water is life, without water we cannot imagine our lives, But we are not seriously thinking about this scare resource. India is facing Major water crisis, and Chennai is the live example. Reports says that in the next 10 years 50% of the population will face the water crisis issue. This all happens because of improper management of water.

chennai water crisis

Unmanaged Waste water treatment is one of the major causes of these kinds of problems. Simply because our domestic as well as industrial activities produce waste water which cannot as much be utilized and is often left untreated to stagnate. (This untreated water contaminate our river water as well as other water bodies, our rivers situation is very sad because of this untreated waste water, even we can say many of our rivers are dead.) Statistical analysis revealed that only 30% of effluent generated is currently being treated in water treatment plants in urban part of India. Remaining waste water is dumped in nearby water bodies, polluting for instance seas, rivers, ponds, lakes and wells which in turn influence the surface water which is otherwise potentially useful as a report by Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) suggested.

How Water treatment plants works?

Domestic sewerage majorly composes total solids, dissolved solids (TDS), suspended solids, nitrogen, phosphorus, chlorides, carbonates and grease while industrial effluent have a significant amount of toxic elements such as arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury, zinc and many more incorporated in it. Pathogenic micro and macro-organisms are other foremost concerns of waste water. There comes the role of water treatment plants which could treat the waste water to an extent to make it reusable for several industrial and domestic purposes. However, the quality of raw water produced from water recycling plants significantly varies owing to the modifications or divergence in handling procedures. The standard procedure for treating waste water includes mainly aeration, coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration and disinfection. All these aforementioned steps might involve the chemical dosages and therefore, need appropriate optimization and timely filter checks. Failing in adoption of the most feasible and efficient methods consequently alter the water quality. Therefore, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change established a statutory organization the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in 1974 which is responsible to regulate raw water quality, chemical consumption, treatment technologies and practices of waste water treatment plants across India.

How can we help?

Here, in R-initiative Pvt Ltd., we provide sales and services of all equipments and instruments related to water treatment. We are the authorized dealers of all the related equipments of Aqualabo, Merck, Thermofischer, Millipore and many more. If you are looking for all in all solution for measurements of water quality than you need not look elsewhere, come to us and we will offer the best of the answers. You can seek cost effective, reliable and desirable deals with us. We believe in amiable work environment and therefore, customer satisfaction is our utmost priority. Highly experienced engineers and their extensive efforts are the zest of our company so they will strive to serve you with the same. Our company’s audacity lies in 100  satisfied customers throughout the NCR region of India.

The list of instruments we usually supply or sale to a water treatment plant mainly includes:

  • pH meters with their probes
  • spectrophotometers
  • COD analyzer (both offline and online)
  • BOD analyzer (both offline and online)
  • Element analyzers for measuring nitrates, nitrites, phosphates, cobalt, arsenic, iron etc.
  • TDS meters

Therefore, choosing us will not ever make you regret.

Come and let us serve you now.

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