Septic tanks

As cities keep growing and new areas develop, existing infrastructure often fails to keep up with the growing demand. Sewage management systems are among the basic infrastructure requirements that are unable to manage the increase in demand.

To meet the growing requirements, new sewage lines need to be laid to carry the sewage to the treatment plants. Laying of pipelines is a laborious process and also needs huge capital investment. It also needs land be acquired for the pipelines which is hugely capital intensive and also a time consuming process.

Our concept for decentralised sewage management systems is a better solution to this hugely time consuming and capital & labour consuming process. Its uses a septic tank management process, through which sewage is collected from the households / sites through a fleet of specially built sewage transportation trucks which have a septic tank installed on them.

The trucks operate as per pre-determined schedules and routes and transport the sewage to the existing sewage treatment plants or newly built ones based on their load factor and peak operating times ensuring maximum utilisation of existing resources.

We bring in the competencies required for planning the entire process, logistics planning from pickup of the sewage to distribution to the STPs and distribution of the treated water.

The whole concept can be implemented in a modular format as per the specific needs of the cities and also be supported with finance options.

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