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Jaldhara Technologies launches sewage treatment products for hospitality sector in India

Tuesday, November 15, 2011, 18:00 Hrs  [IST]
By HBI Staff | Mumbai

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Jaldhara Technologies, a specialised technology company in the area of water, waste water treatment and recycling in India, has launched Grewa-R and Grewa-M sewage treatment products, which processes sewage and waste water in a simple, reliable and economical way. The products work on an innovative and state-of-the-art treatment control concept, reducing most of the conventional energy guzzling and noisy equipment. The new offerings operate at a minimal life-cycle cost and offer high efficiencies across varying loads.

According to the company release, Grewa-R adopts a single-tank biological treatment method while the Grewa-M is a membrane-based separation method. They produce almost negligible yet fully digested sludge. Both Grewa-R and Grewa-M are ideal for hotels, resorts, restaurants, commercial complexes etc. Depending on the volume of water consumption, one can opt for various capacity options like 10 cu.m/day, 25 cu.m/day, 50 cu.m/day, 75 cu.m/day, 100 cu.m/day, 150 cu.m/day and 200 cu.m/day.

Harshad Bastikar, Founder and CEO, Jaldhara Technologies said, “With best of the technologies, our endeavour has been to offer new generation of treatment to our customers. Our latest offerings, Grewa-R and Grewa-M are fully automatic and plug-n-play. They clean, treat and recycle waste water to such an extent that it can be re-circulated in closed systems instead of simply discharging it in sewers or use only for gardening and horticulture. Our treatment and recycling strategy is based on ‘No-Waste’ concept on which we have built our technology.”

Plug-n-play ensures that the treatment product can be quickly taken to site and commissioned, without any elaborate piping or erection. These modular, flexible and scalable products bring down the equipment spread and do not need any dedicated operators. It consumes low power. The fully automatic Grew-R, though being biological, does not require chlorine or other ‘not-so-friendly’ chemicals.

 
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