Operation and Annual Maintenance/Manufacturer Contracts,(AMC) for WTP Plant
Normal water is free from any kind of contaminating constituents and is pure to use but when this water is used for many purposes such as bathing, showering, washing, cleaning and other household & industrial work, water generated through these task is not worthy to use it for the same purposes. Used water includes many harmful solids or solvents which are to be filtered to such extent so that it can be re-used for planting, harvesting, construction or other activities.
Water polluted through the households & industrial activities are recycled again and again till it become usable for the same purposes or some other purposes. Waste water treatment plants are established to make the water usable by removing harmful contaminants from the dirty water. By discharging the water through the cleaning process, recycled water may be used for agriculture production. Apart from that, for cleaning the waste water, it has to be gone through the many process such as, Preliminary treatment, Primary treatment, Secondary treatment and Territory treatment which are all step-by-step processes.
Basically for waste water treatment (WTP Plant), three types of methods are used:-
• Physical Method:
In this method, waste water is simple hold on a large tank. Upper surface consist of oiling or greasing aliments which are dissolvable in water where as lower surface contains the hard solids which lays down at the lowest part. Thus upper surface is removed through the physical efforts and middle surface which is assumed to be the re-usable water is separated for further filtration process.
• Chemical methods:
When water is get filtrated through the manual process, disposed water still can't be allowed to use because of containing harmful dissolved solvents which is to be necessarily treated as it may lead to harmful diseases or infections to human body. So cleaning chemicals such as chlorine or coagulation etc are used to stop the impact of the harmful pesticides or dissolved solvents.
• Bio-logical method:
Waste water may consist of many organic or inorganic elements in the water for which different process is used. Waste water consisting of organic elements can be removed through filtration or chemicals reaction because this may led to clean the dissolved solvents from the water. Whereas to clean the inorganic waste water, using chemicals is not enough. It has to move on through large number of process because harmful contaminants leave the odor and make the water highly polluted. Inorganic hard solids may be reverted to carbon dioxide, water or other form of discharge.