Sewage and Grey Water Treatment Plant

Sewage Water Treatment Plant

Our organization specializes in providing an excellent range of Sewage Water Treatment Plant that is used in various industries. We are offering this product in various models and technical specification to meet the requirement of varied clients. To maintain industry defined quality parameters, it is manufactured using quality tested components and advance technology. Require low maintenance, these come in market at pocket friendly prices. We assure to our valuable clients for timely delivery of products.


  • Easy installation
  • Longer functional life
  • Seamless finish

Other details:

  • The basic technology generally used for the treatment of Sewage is activated sludge process
  • The activated sludge process is a natural process and
  • This allows the quick breakdown of the BOD levels to more reasonable levels
  • Once these levels are reached, other microorganisms will reduce the BOD levels

To balance the process, four major sections in a activated sewage plant system are identified:

  • Collection and anaerobic storage
  • Aeration of the sludge
  • Setting of the sludge removing all solids
  • Chlorination and phosphor removal to bring the final effluent up to the required standard


Grey Water Treatment Plant

We are engaged in offering a wide range of Grey Water Treatment Plant to our clients. The offered range of product is made from high grade quality raw material to meet the international quality standard. These products are manufactured under the supervision of best quality experts using advanced technology. These products are highly demanded in the market due to their world class quality and available at leading market price.


  • Precision designed
  • Superior performance
  • Durability

Benefits And Features:

  • Reduces Main Pollutants Including Ammonia By 95%
  • Reduces Phosphates By 99%
  • Batching System Eliminates Peak Surges
  • Fully Recyclable
  • All Components Easily Accessible
  • The Sbr Uses An Aeration Process Known As Activated Sludge But Operates On A Storage And Batch Treatment Cycle
  • Which Ensures Full Treatment Of All The Effluent Even Under Pack Flow Conditions
  • Circle Sewage Enters The Primary Settlement Tank Where Gross Solids Settle Out And The Supernatant Liquor
  • Remaining Near The Surface Can Be Drawn Off. Substantial Buffer Storage Volume Is Provided To Cope With Even The Most Extreme Peak Flow Loadings And Aerated By A Powerful Air Bubble Diffusers For A Period Of 4 To 6 Hours
  • During This Aeration Cycle Efficient Oxygen Transfer Cultures Of Bacteria (The Active Sludge) Which Feeds On The Sewage Liquor Thereby Removing Most Of The Organic Pollutants. After Carnation, The Bubble Diffuser Is Switched Off And Three Is A Setting Period Of Two Hours
  • During Which The Dense Activated Sludge Sinks To The Bottom Leaving Behind The Clarified
  • Effluent, Which Is Then Discharged In To The Drain
  • The Sbr Is An Advanced Biological Aeration Type Treatment Plant Designed To Produce A Very High Quality Of Final Effluent In Addition To Overcoming Several Of The Common Problems

Common Problems, Which Normally Occur, In Other Treatment Plants:

  • Peak Surges Flow (I.e. Mornings And Evenings) Can Force Effluent Through The Plant Before It Has Had Sufficient Treatment Time
  • Fixed Film, Types, Which Have A Media Matrix, Can Suffer From Media Blockage Because Of Excessive Bacteria Growth. Replacement / Maintenance Of The Media Material May Be Required At Regular Intervals
  • Mechanical / Electrical Components Within The Tanks Are Difficult To Maintain And Can Be A Safety Risk
  • The Liquor Is Not Spread Evenly Over The Available Bacteria Preventing An Adequate Oxygen Supply

Industrial Sewage Treatment Plant

We are one of the trusted names in the market to offer a highly durable range of Industrial Sewage Treatment Plant. Entire range of offered products is sturdy in construction and is technically advanced. To maintain industry defined quality parameters, these products are manufactured from quality proven components and cutting-edge technology. We ensure to deliver fully tested products at leading market price within promised time frame.


  • Long functional life
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Accurate results

Sewage Treatment Plant

Primary treatment

Primary treatment includes:

    filtering out large objects like cotton buds, rags and other rubbish, using fine screens
    aerating the sewage to remove finer particles like grit and sand
    sedimentation, where heavy items sink to the bottom forming a layer called sludge – the settled sludge and floating debris is pumped to larger tanks, known as digesters, where it is broken down by bacteria

Secondary treatment

In secondary treatment, different types of bacteria exist side by side in aerobic (with oxygen) and anoxic (without oxygen) environments, breaking down organic material and removing nutrients in the plant's aeration tanks. The water then passes through sedimentation tanks where more sludge settles to the bottom to finally produce clear treated water at the top, also known as secondary effluent.

The treated secondary effluent flows to large holding ponds before it enters the tertiary treatment stage of the plant.
Tertiary treatment

    In 2012, the plant was upgraded to treat effluent to an advanced tertiary standard. This process adds several additional steps including:
    ozone and UV disinfection
    biological filtration to reduce ammonia, oil and grease, foam, litter and solids

The treated water is then recycled or discharged to the marine environment at Boags Rocks, under strict EPA Victoria licence requirements.

Step 1​

The tertiary supply pump lifts effluent from the secondary stage out of holding basins, whereupon it enters the advanced tertiary treatment plant.

Step 2

Ozone is added for disinfection, to reduce colour and odour, and to optimise the rest of the treatment process.

​Step 3

Biological filters containing helpful bacteria biodegrade the organic matter and reduce ammonia, oil and grease, foam, litter and solids.

​Step 4

​More disinfection using ozone, which is generated on-site from oxygen.

​Step 5

​Exposure to ultraviolet light for further disinfection.

​Step 6

Treated water enters two large chlorine contact basins, where chlorine is added as part of the disinfection process. The basins also feed the treated water to the outfall pump station.

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