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Aesthetic look of treatment system

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Bio diversity at one of the ecologically restored lakes

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Ecologically restored Ahar river

Soil Scape Filters

STP for Industry - the Soil Scape Filter in action

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Some Executed Projects PDF Print E-mail

Point Sources
A point source of water-pollution is localized and has negligible extent, and can be easily distinguished from other such sources in space. Effluent-discharge points of manufacturing units and sewage-outlet of a residential building are examples of point sources of water-pollution.

SERI has developed an assortment of remedies – the Soil Scape Filter, the Greenbridge system, the Hydrasch Succession Pond and their combinations – for the “diseases” that are ailing useful water-bodies all over the world. Application of technology begins at home – SERI has placed in front of the world numerous examples of cost-effective processes treating water-pollution at various locations in India. The results are for all to see.

1. Project Site:
Electroplating wastewater treatment unit in Jalgaon
2. Project Site:
Sewage treatment at an International School in Baroda
bosch project Navrachana International School, Baroda
Scheme:
Hydrasch Succession Pond & Soil Scape Filter
Scheme:
Soil Scape Filter
Water:
Industrial and domestic wastewaters
Water:
Sewage
Flow:
60 + 60 cum when installed in 1996
Flow:
50 cum when installed in 2004
Area required:
100 sq. m
Area required:
50 sq. m

 

 

Non-Point Sources

The category of non-point sources of water-pollution contains all those sources which are diffuse and whose discharges occur in the concerned water-body at multiple locations. Fertilizer in agricultural run-offs and contaminated rainwater in urban runoffs are examples of non-point sources of water-pollution.

1. Experience at College of Military Engineering (CME), Pune
College of Military Engineering, Pune
Project Name:
Sparkling Stream
Scheme:
Green Bridge & Green Lake
Site:
Bhosari drain, Near CME, Pune
Water:
Industrial and domestic wastewaters
Flow:
70 MLD when installed in 2003
Area required:
8000 sq. m
Construction:
with locally available material duration 4 months
Validation of results by 4 agencies - labs

 

2. Experience at Udaipur, Rajasthan
Udaipur Project 1Udaipur Project 2
Project Name:
Eco-restoration of Ahar river
Scheme:
Green Bridge
Site:
Udaipur, Rajasthan
Water:
Industrial and domestic wastewaters in Ahar river
Flow:
100 MLD
Area required:
construction in situ
Construction:
with locally available material duration 4 months
Result:
A foul-smelling and foaming dead water body, devoid of fish and native turtles, is now full of fish, worms, turtles & water snakes, frequently visited by predatory and migratory birds and free from stench, with the quantity of foam significantly reduced.