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Serving wastewater issues tirelessly

With a penetrating experience of 17 years in the wastewater treatment industry we have redressed the grievances of over 3000 industries globally. Key issues worrying the wastewater treatment industry are high COD and BOD levels, MLSS development, sustaining the treatment mechanism at high TDS levels in the treated water and thus the difficulty in keeping up with PCB norms. We have catered to industries in the textile and die industry alongside pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, tanneries and numerous other sectors.
All our clients have acknowledged apt and timely treatment of wastewater and a speedy reduction in the organic load. While there efforts were going vein before using our revolutionary microbial product CleanMaxx, the results obtained afterwards were commendable.

  • COD and BOD levels were reduced to acceptable norms
  • The MLSS levels were in control
  • The water colour improved as a result of reduction of the organic load
  • It lead to cost efficiency in the process as our solution was highly effective

We have an active presence in over 45 countries. Some of the many countries we have delivered satisfactory solutions to are Hungary, Bangladesh, Mexico, Singapore, UAE and Indonesia. The list is continuing.

We share some of our achievements

  • At a waste water treatment plant at Tokaj, Hungary with a daily flow of 1500 m3 we reduced the COD, Bod and ammoniacal nitrogen to acceptable levels
  • CleanMaxx was active at TDS levels of 60,000-75000 ppm at a waste water treatment plant in Maharashtra, India
  • Food Processing industry in Taloja industrial area India
  • At Miskolc Wastewater Treatment with plant flow of 40,000 m3/day we reduced the COD and BOD levels, reduced the sludge generated and the electricity consumed in the process thus saving on costs

Our success stories are many. Let us share one from Bangladesh.

Almost all dye units in Bangladesh are currently using our products for primary treatment in their wastewater treatment plants. The unique combination of a few microorganisms in our solution have bio polysacarides that act as natural coagulants . The enzymes in our product help breakdown the organic buildup leading to reduction of color in wastewater. As a result of the usage of our products, the use of chemicals has greatly reduced. This has lead to reduction in costs adding to the overall economy of the process. The drastic reduction in chemical use has also helped the environment vitally. The PH of the treated wastewater has become neutral in most cases, improving the cleanliness levels of released wastewater, thus making it not only within permissible limits of CPCB norms but also safe ecologically. Its now time to make another success story together.

Mumbai Rains: More man made then natural?

We are living in an age where expansion and unabated construction is the name of the game. But we fail
to realise that this has distorted the bigger picture of a sustainable and safe existence. With ever rising
temperatures due to global warming and unplanned construction in dream city Mumbai- we have ended
up with more slum dwellers than proper settlements.

Commercial construction of roads for transport, release of wastewater, untreated sewage waste and
chemicals in the water bodies are other causes. Airports have been built and sea links constructed to ease
movement. Undoubtedly this has interfered with nature and threatened safety of the inhabitants in turn.
Another and one of the most avoidable causes for heavy rains and natural imbalance is lack of sufficient
and efficient infrastructure. Mumbai has a drainage system capable for only 25 mm of rainfall-a mark
which the actual rain often crosses leading us to flooded roads and threatened lives in Mumbai. Change is
essential, both on the practical and thought leadership levels to handle such situations with ample
preparedness beforehand. The message is clear-If man wants to lie in the lap of nature, there is no better
way then befriending it.

Saving sanitation workers: Laws or behavioral change?

Though we may have heard that manual scavenging is a thing of the past, the reality check is a shocker. In a small time span of just about a month, as many as 10 sanitation workers died. The only relief, though too late for the poor souls lost is that the government has responded with prompt action and focused on the implementation part of the law it had framed long ago.

The authorities have made it clear that limiting manual scavenging to cleaning of pit latrines is narrow mindedness. So one of the initial steps is to accept the reality and then take remedial action. The sanitation workers must be provided with apt tools and preventive gears to protect them from filth and diseases. It is high time we realise that sanitation workers are an indispensable part of our society and they must be treated with respect. It is a universal conviction beyond doubt that the solution to improving the lives of sanitation workers is more about a vital behavioral change than about any punitive action through law.

At the end it may cross many of our informed minds, how effective on-site degradation of faecal waste through organic ways could be in solving this menace. Lives have been lost. Besides grieving, we must vow to make a change.

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