Wastewater treatment is a process that removes and eliminates contaminants from wastewater and converts this into effluent that can be returned to the water cycle. The treatment process takes place in a wastewater treatment plant. There are several kinds of wastewater that are treated at the appropriate type of wastewater treatment plant. For domestic wastewater (also called municipal wastewater or sewage), the treatment plant is called a Sewage Treatment. For industrial wastewater, treatment either takes place in a separate Industrial wastewater treatment, or in a sewage treatment plant (usually after some form of pre-treatment). Further types of wastewater treatment plants include Agricultural wastewater treatment and leachate treatment plants.

Below are a few Industries that require wastewater treatment plants
Service Stations
Food Processing
Textile manufacturing


oil inteceptors & iFFLUENT treatment system

Oil interceptors and effluent treatment are important components of wastewater management systems, particularly in industries where oil or grease may be present in the wastewater.

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STP stands for Sewage Treatment Plant. It is a facility designed to treat and process wastewater, often referred to as sewage or domestic wastewater, before its discharge into the
environment or reuse. The primary goal of an STP system is to remove contaminants, pollutants, and disease- causing agents from the wastewater to protect public health and the