|Plant type||Effluent Treatment Plant|
|Treatment Technique||Mixed Bed Bio Reactor, Bio Tower|
The concept of Common Effluent Treatment Plant was adopted as a way to achieve end-of-pipe treatment of combined wastewater at lower unit cost than could be achieved by individual industries, and to facilitate discharge, monitoring and enforcement by environmental regulatory agencies and the investment of substantial government finances in the CETP scheme was justified on the basis of potential benefits in terms of pollution reduction and environmental improvements.
Most of the CETPs have employed treatment scheme having physico-chemical treatment followed by sand filtration and stabilization tank. Only a few have adopted treatment scheme having biological secondary treatment. CETPs of the former type require special efforts in optimizing chemical dozing for their greater dependency on physico-chemical treatment.
Consume low power
Less space requires