Amphipure™ - Water Treatment
Works in all Aerobic, Anaerobic and Anoxic Conditions, while other technologies do not.
Saves Time, Infrastructure and Operational Costs
System renders excessive aeration unnecessary thereby heavily reducing electricity demand and costs. Cost effective and extremely convenient to implement.
Wide Treatment Reach
The areal zone of treatment using bioremediation can be larger than compared to other remedial technologies.
A range of services
Amphipure™ Water Treatment
Our Research & Development team of scientists and engineers have developed a formulation which uses addition of micro organisms (i.e. good bacteria) to waste water that begin to treat as soon as they come in contact with contaminants present in the water. Amphipure™ bacteria is highly effective as it works in all three, aerobic, anaerobic and anoxic conditions.
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
- Amphipure™ Treatment (Suitable for water supply & resource management)
- Amphipure™ Lake Treatment (Suitable for Ponds, Lakes, Fisheries & other aquatic environment)
- Amphipure™ Greasetrap (Suitable for Hotels, Restaurants, Municipalities, Industrial Catering, Hospitals)
- Amphipure™ Ammonia Reducer (Suitable alternative to chemicals for reduction of ammonia levels)
Primary sludge reduction
The technology has been developed over the last 20 years
An innovative bioremediation based technology for treatment of wastewater to further facilitate recycle and reuse of contaminated water being generated in both urban and rural areas.
Due to our innovation and expertise in the area of biological water treatment we can refer to a number of case studies that demonstrate the bespoke nature of our purification technologies and implementation.
Scunthorpe Sewage Treatment Works serves the Scunthorpe town and villages in the surrounding area. The plant treats a mixture of domestic and trade effluent; in particular the effluent from a crisp manufacturer.
Currently all untreated black water is going directly in River Yamuna, below are few pictures depicting the same. These pictures were taken in March 2015 on our visit to the location.
Earlier this year we were asked for solutions by a client in Qatar with a 16,000 m3 lake containing quite severe algal discolouration in the water.
Karnal village ponds are contaminated with grey water. The contamination of grey water along with animal dung, dust and mud, sludge settlement and fertilizer contamination from nearby fields runoff and water from solid waste dumps around the village’s, has caused the humble village ponds to become a cess pool.
Based on the 2011 Census and records from the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), the population of Basdhara village has grown over 40% in 3 years. Such growth of population in Rural Haryana has led to a gap in effluent treatment provisions.
Sirsa STP disposal tank receives an inflow of 2MLD sewage. The sump tank had heavy amounts of algae of 1-2 feet. The sump tank has a depth of approximately 36 feet. The water is discharged into the agricultural fields after it is retained in the disposal tank.
Breaks down waste in wastewater treatment systems, meat processing and rendering plants, dairies and packaging plants.
- Formulation which uses addition of micro-organisms (i.e. good bacteria) to wastewater that begin to treat as soon as they come in contact with contaminants present in the water.
- Zero Toxicity.
- Bioremediation based products are sustainable solutions that form a carefully balanced catalyst when applied in combination with our PAT© technology to treat wastewater bodie.
- It is through this combination that large scale water contaminations can be treated with maximum effectiveness within minimum time.
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Water samples collected on 11-June-2015 and water samples collected after treatment on 23 – June – 2015
Improves water clarity, eliminates scums and algae whilst eliminating foul odours by digesting organic matter.
- Microbes pre-emptively consume the food source which supports algae and anaerobic bacteria growth.
- Non toxic with no harmful residual effects to plants, animals, water life and people.
- Long term effect.
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Pond Before Treatment (21st April 2015) and pond after two weeks of treatment