While looking at the water situation of the country, we can see two contrasting images – the massive amount of sewage water generated every day and the scarcity of clean water. A Delhi-based sewage treatment plant company called Absolute Water Private Limited, founded by Smita Singhal, is trying to balance this issue on a larger scale.
Absolute Waters manufactures sustainable plants that filter domestic, drain, industrial sewage, spray pond water and kitchen wastewater to produce 1 lakh litres of clean water per day. The treated water can be used for drinking and cooking.
The plant can convert domestic sewage, drain sewage, medical/ industrial wastewater, spray pond water and kitchen waste into clean water.
The solar-powered plant consumes very little electricity and generates no sludge. It costs one-fifth of an average sewage treatment plant and is now used in many institutions like hospitals, schools, universities and hotels.
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