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Water and Waste Water Treatment


We design and supply all types of Wastewater Treatment plants (WWTPs) for various industries, hotels, resorts, schools, universities, office buildings, residential complexes, and hospitals.

Our WWTPs are designed to meet the specific needs of our clients, taking into account the type of wastewater, the end use of the treated water, and the local wastewater standards. We offer a wide range of WWTPs, including:

  • Packaged Sewage Treatment Plants (STP): These are fully automated, PLC-operated WWTPs that are skid-mounted and can be easily relocated. They are ideal for small to large-sized installations, such as hotels, residential complexes, factories and offices.
  • Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs):┬áThese are WWTPs that are designed to treat wastewater from industrial facilities. They are typically more complex and customized as per specific industry discharge.

All of our WWTPs are designed to remove pollutants from wastewater to meet the required standards.

We also offer a variety of after-sales services, such as spare parts, chemicals, and maintenance contracts.

If you are looking for a reliable and efficient WWTP, please contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your specific needs and recommend a WWTP that is right for you.



We also offer OZONE technology for further purification of the treated water.

The potential utility of ozone in the produce industry depends on the fact that as an oxidizing agent, it is 1.5 times stronger than chlorine and is effective over a much wider spectrum of microorganisms than chlorine and other disinfectants. Ozone kills bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Listeria, and other food pathogens much faster than traditionally used disinfectants, such as chlorine, and is free of chemical residues (Langlais et al., 1991; Sapers, 1998).

Ozone is a high-energy molecule. Its half life in water at room temperature is only 20 minutes, and it decomposes into simple oxygen with no safety concerns about consumption of residual ozone in the treated food product (Graham, 1997). It can also be used for recycling water (Anonymous, 1998; Perkins, 1997).

Ozone treatment is used in several industries such as:

  1. Bottled Water Manufacturing
  2. Aquaculture
  3. Poultry
  4. Laundry
  5. Swimming Pools
  6. Sewage and Effluent Treatment Plants


We offer a wide range of products such as –

  1. RO system and Membranes
  2. Water Softener
  3. Sand Filter
  4. Carbon Filter
  5. Pumps