Effective solutions for efficient water management
Amid escalating demand for water, and the resultant need for judicious water management and treatment, we have emerged as a leading solutions provider for water treatment, wastewater treatment and recycling of water, for industrial and municipal applications.
More than 2,000 process equipment supplied & commissioned
Over 100 successfully operating installations across various segments – infrastructure, industrial and municipal
~10,000 MLD of water already treated through our projects & equipment
Technology associations with the world’s leading technology providers for various products, processes & solutions
Won Water Awards for Innovative project designs
Wastewater / Sewage Treatment
Recycle & Zero Liquid Discharge
Water & Wastewater Network Management
Desalination for Sea water and Brackish water
Operation and Maintenance
Our Advanced Solutions for total water management include:
We employ the most advanced technologies to offer sustainable solutions for effluent treatment, common effluent treatment and sewage treatment (physical, chemical and biological treatment). Our solutions are designed to meet the stringent demands of cities and industrial clusters to minimise surface water and ground water pollution, in line with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) standards and regulations.
We have today more than 100 successfully operating water & sewage treatment installations, which are designed to offer:
Recycling and reuse of wastewater is a major challenge for India today in view of the large-scale wasteful and non-judicious usage of the resource, particularly by industry. Our recycle plants, designed, delivered and installed through our efficient and cost-effective model, provide comprehensive solutions for Recycle, Reuse and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD), thus ensuring sustainable reuse of water.
Our technologically advanced equipment includes:
Operations and Maintenance (O&M) of water and wastewater system is critical to ensure sustainable plant operations. We provide efficient and effective O&M services, customised to client requirements, for water and wastewater treatment plants. Optimised operations enable significant energy savings, while asset management helps in minimising, or even eliminating plant shutdowns, thus preventing any interruption in operations and extending the life of the clients’ mechanical equipment. O&M is also the key to deferment of expensive mechanical equipment replacement.
In the challenging water management and treatment scenario, we have set ourselves apart as industry and technological leaders. We have established strong credentials in the market as providers of value-added treatment solutions across a wide spectrum of applications in various segments. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing process equipment, backed by deployment of modern conventional and latest technologies, has positioned us uniquely as a leading integrated solution provider in the Water Business. The fact that our major EPC competitors buy process equipment from us clearly underlines the exceptional quality and reliability of our equipment, while our innovative design and engineering solutions make us the preferred partner for providing optimised solutions to our customers. Our advanced project management skills, coupled with expert in-house engineering and design teams, lend us the capabilities needed to deliver cutting-edge solutions and value engineering to our customers.
The Mathura Waste Water Project, a key enabler of our Water Business growth story, stands testimony to our competitive capabilities in this business. We are executing the Mathura Sewage Scheme under a Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM) based Public Private Partnership (PPP), as part of a new initiative by the Government under Namami Gange Programme. Aligned to the Government of India’s strong commitment and action plan to clean river Ganga and its 40 tributaries and major drains, the project is aimed at integrating the rehabilitation and operation of existing infrastructures, along with the development of new infrastructures and Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs). On completion, the project will augment the existing available capacities of STPs in Mathura city from the current 37 MLD to 67 MLD, which will be sufficient to meet the treatment capacity of sewage generation up to 2035. Expected to be completed within the contractual timelines, the project is being executed with the approach of One-City-One Operator and Reuse of treated sewage water in Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) - Mathura Refinery. Besides scaling up the treatment capacities, it will also generate significant revenue.
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