Water Treatment Plant (WTP)

Water constitutes to be one of the most vital components of a human body. 60 percent body weight of average adult individual is comprised by water.

Water is recognised as a basic need for human, plant and animal life. World Health Organization (WHO) has put stringent norms on determining potability of water suitable for human consumption to avoid serious health hazards and spreading of epidemics.
Waterborne diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms that most commonly are transmitted in contaminated fresh water. Water may be polluted by physical, chemical and bacteriological agents. Therefore protected water supply become essential to maintain public health of a community.

Due to rapid urbanisation and industrialisation, a surge in demand of potable water for domestic purpose is noticed by civic authorities. Therefore identification of water source for water supply and making suitable arrangements for treatment to make fit the available resource for consumption has become necessary. Depending on constituents in water at source a suitable treatment is proposed for water treatment.