Frequently Asked Questions
As a result, an ETP is designed to extract the physical, chemical, and biological materials contained in effluent. An ETP is divided into four levels depending on the degree of treatment required for the wastewater. Each level is designed to extract a specific form of substance from the effluent.
Effluent treatment plants (ETPs) are used to remove high levels of organic compounds, debris, soil, sand, pollution, harmful and non-toxic materials and polymers, and other contaminants from industrial effluent.
An ETP device extracts toxic and non-toxic materials from water, allowing it to be used for a variety of purposes. A sewage treatment plant (STP) extracts pollutants from urban or household sewage. ETP is used in industrial settings, while STP is used to purify domestic water.
Effluent Treatment Plant is a designed system to clean industrial effluents, contaminated water from the sources, to make it reusable for an additional purpose. This type of treatment plant helps to ensure that the contaminated & polluted water from industries gets treated making it reusable before being released back to nature.