Treatment and recovery technologies

Pavitra Ganga tests and demonstrates innovative waste water treatment and resource recovery technologies both lab scale and in real life Indian conditions. Discover the technologies here.

VITO is working with Ion Exchange and IIT Kanpur to demonstrate the full AndicosTM (Anaerobic Digestion by Combining Organic Waste and Sewage) at the Kanpur demonstration site.

TU Delft is working with IIT Kanpur to demonstrate the use of clean blocks as a filter to remove particles, organics and nutrient from the drain water of the Barapullah Drain

 

HBO is working with IIT Kanpur for the demonstration of the modified Constructed Wetland technology (CWplus) that combines vertical flow constructed wetlands (VFCW) with adsorptive elements and specific sorbents for the removal of heavy metals.

IHE Delft is working with IIT Delhi to pilot a photo activated sludge system to remove nutrients from the drain water of the Barapullah Drain. In Pavitra Ganga it will be tested in combination with cleaning blocks.

CNR-IRSA is working with IIT Kanpur to pilot the Self Forming Dynamic Membrane BioReactor technology at the Kanpur demonstration site to evaluate how it performs in Indian conditions to remove bulk organics and nutrients.

VITO is working with IIT Kanpur to optimize the design of the structured sorbents for the removing of chromium (Cr) from the effluents of the Jajmau municipal wastewater treatment plant  (STP) and the industrial wastewater plant (CETP) to ensure that wastewater loaded with Cr can be re-used for irrigation after the treatment.

IHE Delft is working with IIT Delhi to assess different operational regimes for aerobic membrane bioreactors (MBR) to deal with the drain water from the Barapullah Drain in New Delhi.