We provide Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) for various types and natures of wastewater, and effluents which combine advanced physicochemical treatment processes with tertiary polishing system for the removal of organic, inorganic, oil & grease, heavy metals & suspended solids. Based on parameters as per nature & compositions we design a steady-state model to overcome environmental issues related to the industry. Our strength is to achieve the permissible limits of resultant treated water as per the Government norms.

The MGF filter has a multiple layers of sand media with different sizes. The media has special surface properties due to which the small colloidal particles get attached to the surface.  

Containerized CO2 Recovery plant
Containerized CO2 Recovery plant


Effluent Treatment Plant are particularly designed to purify industrial waste water for its reuse and its aim is to release safe water to the environment from the harmful effect caused by the effluent. The design of ETP depends on quality and quantity of waste water discharged from the different industries and land availability. The treatment process involved for the treatment of various effluents are anaerobic process such as UASBR, anaerobic filter, bio digester, aerobic process like diffused aeration, hybrid process such as combination of both anaerobic & aerobic. If the availability of land in your industry is less, then Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) is preferred over Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP).



The operation of the effluent treatment plant undergoes preliminary treatment which removes the physical waste present in the effluent. This level involves physical processes like sedimentation, filtration, aeration, flow equalization, clarification, and screening. Primary Treatment involves separating large solids and organic matter from the liquid using Sedimentation tanks. It involves both physical and chemical processes. The chemical processes include chemical coagulation, pH control, chemical precipitation, flocculation, etc. Secondary treatment involves the removal of biodegradable organic matter and suspended matter to reduce the bacterial population. Tertiary wastewater treatment involves the combination of physical and chemical processes to remove harmful microbiological contaminants& inorganic matter from wastewater. The process usually involves filtration followed by additional disinfecting treatment. The treated water is safe to reuse and recycled back to the industry.



  • We provide manual, semi-automatic & fully automatic operation designs
  • Batch & continuous-type ETPs
  • Silent in operation
  • Compact & great aesthetic
  • Plug & play operation
  • Easy dismantling & transportation



  • ETP treats wastewater from various industries like : Food & processing industries
  • Dairy & beverage
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Tannery, paper & pulp
  • Textile & dye
  • Paint & chemical industry


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Frequently Asked Question

What is an Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP)?

An Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) is a system used to treat and purify industrial wastewater before it is released into the environment. The goal of an ETP is to remove pollutants and harmful substances from the wastewater so that it meets the standards set by environmental regulations.

How does an ETP work?

The specific design and operation of an ETP will depend on the type and quality of the wastewater being treated. However, most ETPs include a series of treatment stages, such as:

• Physical treatment: This may include processes such as screening and sedimentation to remove large particles and debris from the wastewater.
• Chemical treatment: This may include processes such as pH adjustment and coagulation to remove dissolved pollutants.
• Biological treatment: This may include processes such as aeration and activated sludge treatment to remove organic pollutants through the action of microorganisms.
• Disinfection: This may include processes such as chlorination or UV treatment to kill harmful microorganisms in the wastewater.

What are the advantages of using an ETP?

ETPs have several advantages, including:

• Improved environmental protection: ETPs help to prevent the release of harmful pollutants and substances into the environment, which can have negative impacts on human health and the ecosystem.
• Compliance with regulations: ETPs help industrial facilities comply with environmental regulations and permits.
• Reduced costs: ETPs can help to reduce costs associated with the disposal of wastewater and the potential fines for non-compliance with regulations.

What are the common applications of ETPs?

ETPs are commonly used in a variety of industrial settings, including:

• Pharmaceuticals: to remove pollutants such as biological oxygen demand (BOD) and chemical oxygen demand (COD)
• Textile Industry: to remove pollutants such as dyes and heavy metals
• Food and Beverage Industry: to remove pollutants such as organic matter and pathogens
• Pulp and Paper Industry: to remove pollutants such as lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose

Are there any specific regulations for ETPs?

Yes, ETPs are regulated by different laws, guidelines and standards depending on the country or region. It's important for industries to comply with the regulations to avoid penalties and fines.

What are the common problems encountered in ETPs?

Common problems encountered in ETPs include:

• Inadequate treatment of pollutants: ETPs may not be designed or operated correctly to effectively remove all pollutants from the wastewater.
• Breakdowns and equipment failures: mechanical and electrical components of ETPs can break down, leading to reduced treatment efficiency.
• Unforeseen changes in wastewater characteristics: ETPs are typically designed based on the characteristics of the wastewater at the time of design, changes in the wastewater characteristics can cause problems in the treatment process.

How often does an ETP need maintenance?

The frequency of maintenance for an ETP will depend on the specific design and operation of the facility, as well as the quality and characteristics of the wastewater being treated. It's important to have regular inspections and maintenance to ensure the plant is operating efficiently and effectively.

How can the efficiency of ETPs be improved?

YouThe efficiency of ETPs can be improved through a variety of measures, such as:

• Regular monitoring and testing of the wastewater: This allow for the identification of any changes in the characteristics of the wastewater, which can help to optimize the treatment process and ensure that all pollutants are effectively removed.
• Regular maintenance and upkeep of the equipment and facilities: This helps to ensure that the ETP is operating at optimal efficiency, and that any equipment failures or breakdowns are identified and addressed in a timely manner.
• Use of advanced treatment technologies: The use of advanced technologies such as membrane filtration or advanced oxidation can help to remove pollutants that may not be effectively removed by traditional treatment methods.
• Optimizing process conditions: The efficiency of an ETP can be increased by optimizing process conditions such as pH, temperature, and flow rate.
• Proper Sludge Management: Proper sludge management is important to avoid the clogging of the system.
• Proper operation and control: Proper operation and control of ETPs can help to ensure that the process is running efficiently and effectively.
• Process integration: Integrating multiple processes like physical-chemical- biological treatment can enhance the overall efficiency of the ETP.

It's important to consult with a water treatment expert to determine the best course of action for your specific ETP, as the specific measures required will depend on the type and quality of the wastewater being treated.