ETP is a system that removes toxic and non-toxic materials from water, allowing it to be used for a variety of purposes. A sewage treatment plant (STP) removes contaminants from municipal wastewater or household sewage.
The ETP treatment process not only reduces environmental damage, but it also results in other benefits for the industry. These advantages include an improved public image, greater recognition from foreign buyers, and compliance with environmental laws.
The presence of microscopic organisms in sewage can cause dysentery, gastroenteritis, and cholera. The treatment process can remove 97 percent of these harmful microscopic contaminants. As a result, these pollutants are unable to enter water sources and threaten humans, plants, and animals.
All major industries use Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) to treat their wastewater. All of the major pharmaceutical, chemical, textile, and other industries that generate wastewater used ETPs to purify the water and remove any non-toxic or toxic materials or chemicals.
Industrial effluents are discharges from a variety of industries, and various organic pollutants have been found in a wide range of water resources. Pesticides, fertilisers, hydrocarbons, phenols, plasticizers, biphenyls, detergents, oils, greases, pharmaceuticals, and other chemicals are examples.