Tackling the challenges of increasing urban waste water in India
Urban wastewater management has, therefore, become a key concern for the city authorities. It is time to take concrete actions to create a sustainable model of growth and development in harmony with environment and ecology.
*Source: As per figures mentioned in reports published by CPCB
Treating wastewater and encouraging its reuse
In-house Expertise in
- managing a wide range of wastewater
- treatment technologies to meet all kinds of treatment objective
- designing and constructing energy robust & small footprint treatment facilities
- sludge treatment for safe disposal/reuse/production of non-conventional energy.
- plant odour treatment & mitigation
- operation and maintenance preserving and prolonging the useful life of the assets.
- health and safety, which is the essence of all our activities - from plant design & construction to operation and maintenance
- ecology and the environment
Extensive O&M experience
- managing variations in the wastewater quality
- Optimizes the day-to-day performance of facilities
Technological cooperation creates value and differentiation
With our expertise in water treatment and experience acquired at numerous plants, SUEZ teams up with appropriate equipment manufacturers to develop and optimize new treatment solutions, new energy recovery systems and new sources of alternative energy.
In addition, by calling on partners to contribute on know-how outside our own areas of expertise, SUEZ has extended its scope, competitiveness, project delivery services and after sales for the long term benefit of our clients.
Dedicated specialist teams
Having experts in design, build, equipment and operation, SUEZ is able to draw on the particular skills of its employees for each project to create a response that meets the specific needs of its customers.
The commitment and motivation of the team enable SUEZ to deliver high performance, energy-efficient and reliable plants to our customers, within short timescales and at an optimal capital and operating cost, and to guarantee the quality of water required by the natural receiving environment or the objective for which the water is reused.