A sewage treatment system is a necessity these days. With the ability to convert waste to 95 percent water, effectively contributing to a clean and healthy environment.
Sewage treatment plant by electricity
This system has a packed unit that has an electric circuit to operate the system. There are several models with different needs for electricity needs because they are different treatment methods.
Solar-powered models are also available, which is an environmentally-friendly choice. There are two types of systems; 2-Stage and 3-Stage system.
2-Stage Plant: In this system, there are two chambers. Sewage goes into an aerated space. Here all the solid particles and liquid pollutants are ingested. The indigestible substance moves to another chamber called 'space clarification' for the liquid to be converted into water and solid parts go back to the digestion chamber. The process will be repeated.
3-stage plan: There is an additional step in this system. First, the waste is stored in a chamber where solids will settle. It then moves into an aeration chamber for digestion. This space has been spinning discs to improve airflow.
Non-electric plant-based sewage treatment
If you're looking for an economical and easy way of wastewater treatment then non-electric based sewage systems are the best choice. It does not need a long list of spare parts and is very effective and efficient.