WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
ISSUE one particular
DATE OF ISSUE:
10 OCT 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 . INTRODUCTION3
1 . 1SYSTEM OVERVIEW3
2 . PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS4
installment payments on your 1CAPACITY4
installment payments on your 2CONFIGURATION5
2 . 3MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION6
a few. FUNCTIONAL INFORMATION AND CONCEPTS OF THE SQUANDER WATER TREATMENT PROCESS6 three or more. 1WASTE DRINKING WATER INPUT6
three or more. 2PRIMARY TREATMENT - SOLID WASTE TANK7
several. 3SECONDARY TREATMENT – BIOLOGICAL REACTORS7
three or more. 4TERTIARY TREATMENT - PAY OUT TANK AND DISINFECTION: 7 3. 5OUTPUT PRODUCTS IN THE PROCESS7
several. 6STARTING-UP PROCEDURES8
4. FUNCTIONALITY CHARACTERISTICS8
four. 1OPERATING STANDARDS8
4. 2SUBSTANCES THAT MUST NOT REALLY BE LAUNCHED INTO THE SYSTEM8 4. 3SUBSTANCES THAT MAY BE RELEASED IN LIMITED QUANTITIES9 some. 4SUBSTANCES THAT WILL BE USED REGULARLY9
5. FIELD TESTING IN THE EFFLUENT9
DEFINITIONS OF TERMINOLOGY10
THE BIO-MITE® WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
1 . INTRODUCTION
This kind of document offers an overview of the sewage treatment process registered under the operate name Bio-Mite® (Biomite).
The Biomite water treatment system is built to biologically handle raw sewerage through a bacterial breakdown process requiring no chemicals. The waste stream flows through the plant underneath gravity, ensuring quiet operation and low energy require.
The liquefied effluent is safe to be delivered to the environment and is ideal for non tolerable reuse including irrigation. The output solids, which a small amount is usually produced, will be removed as sludge intended for sanitation by sun drying out in a suited place, and it can be used as fertilizer.
Apart from associated with the sludge (typically every 8-12 a few months if managed within specification), the system requires only little servicing and maintenance.
1 . 1SYSTEM OVERVIEW
1 . 1 . 1The waste water/sewage is cared for in a and are also on an improved natural bacteriological breakdown process followed by disinfection through oxidization. The treatment procedure consists of the following three phases, as illustrated in the picture (Fig 1) below: •Primary treatment: Anaerobic digestion in the septic fish tank. •Secondary treatment: Aerobic digestion in biological reactors. •Tertiary treatment: Moving tank and disinfection unit. 1 . 1 ) 2In the therapy process the waste water/sewage flows by using a series of containers where a biomass of bacteria progressively tenderize biodegradable waste materials and convert it in carbon dioxide and water. Any non- environmentally friendly matter collects at the bottom from the tanks which is periodically taken out by growing it out because sludge. 1 . 1 . 3The biomass is known as a colony of numerous bacteria that could naturally flourish in their particular habitat and that will survive as long as they have a ideal food origin (the squander water/sewage) and a comfortable environment (sufficient air and no tough chemicals). The septic fish tank provides the food source plus the design of the " Neurological Reactors” the comfortable environment.
Fig you: The three phases of the biological sewage treatment process
1 . 1 . 4The Neurological Reactors incorporate a matrix of plastic material media in a honeycomb composition (to improve the surface area) upon which the slimy bacteria cling. Since the waste water comes up through the press " food” is brought to the bacteria. A powerful atmosphere blower aerates the squander water presenting oxygen into the system and ensures that the waste stream is continually circulated through the media. 1 . 1 . 5To produce effluent that is secure for re-introduction into nature, the squander stream is disinfected to kill any kind of pathogenic creatures that may be present. This is done in the specifically constructed disinfection tank. 1 . 1 . 6The bio-mite program has been created to treat squander water by toilets (black water), tub areas or baths and kitchen areas (grey water). It is important that the...