Wastewater must be treated because about 80% of it flows unfiltered into lakes, rivers, seas and oceans and this leads to environmental hazards. It causes a build-up of organic and inorganic contaminants, heavy metals and pathogens in these water bodies which contaminate freshwater and harm the aquatic ecosystem.
Rampant urbanisation and industrialisation have led to an enormous increase in the wastewater from both domestic setups (sewage) and industries (effluent). The output of water is much cleaner, more environmentally friendly effluent. Wastewater treatments also ensure that you comply with industry standards and regulations by Pollution boards, drafted to save the planet’s fast-dwindling freshwater reserves. Recover around 95% of your liquid waste for reuse, treat and retrieve valuable byproducts from your waste like salts, and produce a dry, solid cake for easy disposal.