Your Dependable Residential Wastewater Treatment System Manufacturer
- Wastewater treatment and management.
- Can vary in size according to a number of people.
- Effective treatment process.
- Customizable for your requirements.
- Healthy and safe residential water.
NEWater: Residential Wastewater Treatment System Manufacturing Leaders
NEWater offers professional design solutions for residential wastewater treatment systems that can effectively address customers’ drinking water safety concerns. These systems can operate consistently and consistently, have a high flow range of multiple gallons per day, and are cost effective. Send over your emails and questions now!
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Your Residential Wastewater Treatment System in China
NEWater’s Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems have a variety of application Application areas as the water is treated it can be used for cleaning purposes, for flushing toilets, and for irrigation processes as they have a higher proportion of nutrients and support plant sustainability.
Our Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems , have a one-year machine warranty along with video technical support and on-site installation services. They also boost continuous purification for 24 hours and thus have allowed us to receive multiple certifications throughout the year’s. NEWater is an environmental protection brand with 3A contract credit rating enterprise.
NEWater Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems Working Principle
NEWater System designed to remove suspended particles, biochemical oxygen demand, and oils and greases from wastewater. Contaminants are eliminated by using a dissolved aqueous solution of water produced by injecting air into the recirculating stream of our system.
In the internal contact chamber, the stream is mixed with the incoming wastewater. Air bubbles and pollutants rise to the surface, forming a floating bed material that is sucked into the internal hopper for further processing by a surface skimmer.
NEWater Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems Product Details
With our System, separating suspended particles, grease, and other insoluble contaminants from water is a quick and easy process. To extract impurities from water, our method uses chemical pretreatment and microbubbles. Total suspended solids (TSS), oils, biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), and metal concentrations are all reduced by wastewater pretreatment.
In some of our systems, wastewater is cycled and supersaturated with high-pressure air. Microbubbles occur when these liquids are released into the DAF system under air conditions, bringing the suspended solids to the surface for disposal.
NEWater Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems Features
- It can efficiently remove the SS, colloidal material, and dead microorganisms in the sewage because of the high-efficiency solid-liquid separation; no sedimentation tank, filter device, or other solid-liquid separation equipment is required.
- The MBR can keep the biomass in the biological treatment unit at a high concentration, resulting in a significant increase in volume loading. Meanwhile, the HRT can be shortened due to the high-efficiency membrane separation. The device has a small footprint and a compact build.
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NEWater Mission：Bring New Life for Water
NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.
NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.
The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.
How Long does the General Production Cycle Need to Wait?
NEWater’s treatment types of equipment are divided into a large system and a small system according to the water volume. The equipment is divided into portable water-making equipment, small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container-type equipment. According to different water volumes and customer requirements, we provide customized services.
Conventional small equipment takes 3-7 days, and large equipment takes 2-3 months. This is based on your requirements and water volume.
If I Need to Customize Equipment, What Data Need to be Provided?
- As the voltage and frequency of different countries are different, we first need the local voltage and frequency of electricity.
- How many gallons the water requirement per hour is
- The water quality of the source water and what requirements need to be met
- If you need to provide on-site installation services
Does the Equipment Need to be Installed On-site?
- Portable and small equipment — This is plug and play, it doesn’t need to be provided installation services. According to our instructions, you can install by yourself.
- Small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container equipment-we will reserve the interface for docking. If there are installation workers, we will provide installation instructions and installation instructions. If necessary, we can also send someone to install it.
- How to provide installation instructions —— We have installation instructions and installation videos. If necessary, we can provide free remote software to help you with remote video installation instructions.
How to Charge for Installation Service？
- We provide free installation instructions, with instruction manuals and installation videos
- Remote video installation guidance. If it is a large piece of equipment and the customer needs to install it by himself, then we will also provide free remote installation guidance service, but we need to plan a good time, within our working hours. Our working hours are from 9 o’clock to 18 o’clock Beijing time
- We send workers to install it. This needs to be based on the size of the project. If we have been designated to install it in the early stage, the installation service abroad will belong to our scope of work, and no additional charge is required.
- If we need to send someone to install it temporarily, we need to provide different charges according to different countries, installation technical requirements, and different types of technical work. Welcome to inquire.
How to Transport the Equipment?
There are several types of transportation, sea, air, and express
- If it is a small device and requires fast speed, we can provide door-to-door service by air and express, the normal transportation cycle is 5-10 days.
- If it is skid-mounted or container equipment, it is more appropriate to use the shipping method. The normal transportation cycle is 20-40 days.
What’s Your Payment Method?
Small equipment needs payment to delivery
For skid-mounted equipment and container equipment, 50% is prepaid, 30% is charged after video inspection, and 20% is charged before shipment.
Of course, we provide you with flexible ways of cooperation. Become our agents, and have more flexible support. Welcome to contact us.
Do You Provide Maintenance Services?
- NEWater provides free installation guidance and a one-year product warranty service. During the warranty service period, if there is an equipment problem, we provide free equipment repair or replacement services. If it is a manual operation, a fee will be charged. We can provide the required equipment replacement.
- We provide life-long after-sales service. NEWater has a full set of equipment and accessories, which can be replaced. Don’t worry about the failure of after-sales and maintenance.
- During the warranty period, NEWater provides all kinds of professional technical support, and if necessary. We also provide remote video guidance services.
- After the warranty period, NEWater also provides life-long after-sales maintenance, which requires a certain amount of manual service. There are also many matching accessories that can be replaced, so there is no need to worry about the later operation of the equipment.
Do You Provide Design Services?
Yes, we do.
For conventional small equipment, NEWater has standardized equipment. For large-scale skid-mounted and container equipment, we can design a process that meets the needs according to different water quality requirements.
At the same time, we carry out three-dimensional drawing designs according to different requirements and then communicate with customers to confirm.
After the design confirmation is completed, we then proceed to custom processing. So you don’t have to worry about our design and production capacity. We will provide you with the most professional technical support.
Residential Wastewater Treatment System from NEWater
NEWater has over 20 years of experience in formulating and developing outstanding quality Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems. They provide a problem-free solutions two domestic and residential wastewater disposal and treatment and ensure a sanitary and clean home environment.
Our Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems make use of a multi-step process to treat the water. Does a process that is used to remove interments from wastewater and convert it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle. The first process is sedimentation where the solid phase is separated from the liquid phase so that larger contaminants such as silt, other waste, essentially other heavier waste materials. Oxidation may be used to break down organic contaminants. Reverse Osmosis resources may be used to remove impurities of various sizes by using membranes with varying pore diameters. To remove unwanted odor and pigments carbon filtration may also be used.
Send over an email to firstname.lastname@example.org regarding our Residential Wastewater Treatment System and receive a quote!
The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems.
Residential complexes generally produce three types of wastewater; greywater, blackwater, and yellow water. The domestic effluent mainly constitutes kitchen waste, human waste, soaps, oils, and used bathroom water. Disposing of this wastewater without adequate treatment threatens the welfare of neighboring populations as well as the environment.
To put an end to environmental pollution, relevant authorities have instituted regulations that modulate discharge quality and disposal methods. Our write-up today elaborates on the distinct wastewater treatment systems you can invest in to treat your residence’s effluent.
- What is a Residential Wastewater Treatment System?
- What Are the Stages of Cleaning Wastewater Using Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
- hat Are the Advantages of Residential Wastewater Treatment Plants?
- What Are the Main Components of Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
- Which Types of Septic Systems Are Used in Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
- What Are the Treatment Mechanisms Employed in Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
- Which Factors Should I Refer to When Purchasing a Residential Wastewater Treatment Unit?
- Which Pre and Post-Treatment Processes Are Integrated with Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
➣What is a Residential Wastewater Treatment System?
A residential wastewater treatment system is a water cleaning plant specialized to extract organics, suspended solids, and other pollutants from liquid waste drawn from households. Just like typical wastewater treatment systems, they permit the reinjection of wastewater back to the water cycle without the risk of further pollution. Primarily, residential wastewater treatment systems treat your discharge in four phases, preliminary, primary, secondary, and tertiary treatment. This ensures that the effluent you dispose of or reclaim is of the highest quality and up to the set threshold.
They are quite similar to municipal or industrial wastewater treatment plants except for size and design. Modern residential wastewater treatment systems employ technologies such as activated sludge treatment and membrane bioreactor treatment, which result in high discharge quality. When manufacturing our systems, we adhere to quality standards set by regulatory authorities like NSF/ANSI 40. This makes certain you are guarded against legal action or heavy fines for contravening wastewater disposal regulations.
➣What Are the Stages of Cleaning Wastewater Using Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
Treating wastewater is typically accomplished in a number of successive phases. The number of stages or phases may differ depending on the grade of effluent desired or demanded by the local authorities. Underneath, we take you through the comprehensive stages involved in residential wastewater treatment.
● Bar screening.
Bar screening is ordinarily the first stage in residential discharge treatment. It seeks to extract contaminants that are conventionally large-sized to mitigate fouling other components of the treatment plant. This is attained using bar screens, which filter out large solids like wooden fragments and plastics. The ejected impurities are discarded in landfills.
● Grit removal.
The second phase entails eliminating fine fragments of stones and sand using physical barrier filters. This prevents interruptions in service flow rates as well as the premature damaging of other equipment.
● Primary clarification.
Primary clarification seeks to alienate the solid organic contaminants from the wastewater. The influent devoid of grit and large solids is injected into the primary clarifiers. The solid pollutants sink and settle at the bottom of the clarifiers where continuous pumping is undertaken to avoid impacting the alienation process. The sludge is then ejected and often used as fertilizer.
Aeration is the fourth stage and it includes injecting oxygen into the aeration basin. This encourages the propagation and growth of bacteria. The bacteria subsequently break down the organic contaminants to produce carbon dioxide and water.
● Secondary clarification.
The treated influent from the aeration tank is driven into secondary clarifiers, which extract the remaining suspended solids through sedimentation. Some of the activated sludge in secondary clarifiers is driven back to the aeration basin thereby elevating bacterial concentration. The wastewater departing the secondary clarifiers is considerably high-quality effluent.
The wastewater from the secondary clarifiers has a bacterial concentration that could be harmful. In this stage, the wastewater is sterilized using chlorination or UV water sterilization. In chlorination, chlorine is injected into the water consequently killing the microorganisms. In UV water sterilization, germicidal rays discharged by the UV lamps exterminate the genetic composition of the microorganisms.
● Discharge disposal.
Finally, the treated effluent is reinjected into the water cycle or environment. The effluent is first tested to ensure it complies with the effluent quality regulations. Watching the following video will broaden your understanding of wastewater treatment.
➣What Are the Advantages of Residential Wastewater Treatment Plants?
Ideally, residential wastewater treatment plants are highly beneficial systems with far-reaching rewards realized by the user as well as the ecosystem. They provide cost-efficient and reliable solutions to environmental pollution. Beneath are some of the highly appreciated rewards of residential wastewater treatment systems.
- They generate first-rate effluent with no devastating effects on the environment.
- They extract bacteria and other illness-causing microorganisms from wastewater thereby combating the spread of waterborne illnesses.
- They also protect human beings, animals, and plants from volatile chemical wastes.
- Thanks to their compact designs, they have reduced footprints, which help economize on space.
- The effluent they produce can be reused in applications such as irrigation.
- They hardly necessitate maintenance and are pretty durable.
- They are power-efficient and can be used to supply an alternative source of fuel (biogas).
➣What Are the Main Components of Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
Residential wastewater treatment systems are typically manufactured with variations depending on the characterization of the respective wastewater. As such, the components in different plants may be dissimilar. Underneath, we look at the primary components that build a functional residential wastewater treatment system.
● Screening equipment.
Screening systems are imperative in wastewater treatment systems. They extract conventional large impurities such as plastics and wood fragments. Typically, screening equipment is deployed in the preliminary treatment of influents.
● Chemical feed.
Typically, residential wastewater treatment systems comprise a chemical feed. The role of the chemical feed is to inject reagents that aid in coagulation, flocculation, and precipitation. The flocculants and coagulants employed help in sedimentation, which extracts suspended matter.
● Filtration systems.
Traditional filtration systems such as pressure sand filters as well as membrane filtration systems like ultrafiltration systems are deployed in wastewater treatment plants to eradicate traces of suspended solids.
● pH adjustment units.
pH adjustment units regulate the acidity of your wastewater using chemical reagents. Ordinarily, pH adjustment systems utilize lime or sodium hydroxide. They make certain your effluent meets the quality standards set by your respective authorities.
● Post-treatment systems.
Post-treatment systems are mainly deployed to polish treated wastewater and ensure it meets the stringiest of regulations. Typically, systems such as UV water sterilizers and reverse osmosis systems are deployed to eradicate harmful microorganisms and dissolved solids respectively.
● Control panel.
The control panel is an interface that you can use to operate the residential wastewater treatment plant. The control panel installed on your plant depends on the automation level of your systems i.e. fully automated or semi-automated. Customized residential wastewater treatment systems tend to have additional components.
➣Which Types of Septic Systems Are Used in Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
Septic wastewater treatment systems are underground tanks that provide basic treatment to wastewater from residences. Typical septic systems are made of plastic, concrete, or fiberglass. Beneath are some of the widely used septic wastewater treatment systems.
● Conventional septic systems.
These systems are commonly used in individual households and small commercial enterprises. They are made of a septic tank and a drain field. A drain field is a subsurface infiltration system that utilizes stones or gravel to filter out suspended solids. Underneath the stones and gravel, lies a layer of soil with microbes that degrade the organics in the effluent.
● Chamber septic system.
Chamber systems fall under gravel less drain-field systems. They are easy to construct and are cost-efficient in terms of carbon footprint. They are made of numerous interlinked chambers filled with soil on all sides and on top. The wastewater from the septic tanks is treated by the microbes from the surrounding soil.
● Aerobic treatment systems.
Aerobic treatment systems are pretty similar to municipal wastewater treatment plants. The principal difference is their conventional small size. They include an anaerobic tank, which pumps oxygen into the treatment system thereby encouraging the growth of bacteria. The bacteria degrade the organic impurities ultimately generating water and CO2.
There are over 10 septic wastewater treatment systems. Underneath is a list of the other systems.
- Mound systems.
- Drip distribution units.
- Recirculating sand filter plants.
- Community systems.
➣What Are the Treatment Mechanisms Employed in Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
Residential wastewater treatment systems typically incorporate several water treatment systems to extract the broad variety of pollutants found in domestic effluent. These distinct processes are employed either in the pretreatment, primary treatment, or post-treatment phases. Underneath is a brief description of these first-rate mechanisms.
● Activated sludge treatment.
Activated sludge technology treats domestic effluent using biological floc such as bacteria and aeration. This process gets rid of objectionable organic matter through degradation, which is carried out by aerobic microorganisms. An aeration tank supplies oxygen to the treated influent thus prompting the flourishing of microorganisms. These microorganisms, in turn, break down the organics resulting in a high-quality discharge devoid of organic waste.
● Membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology.
Membrane bioreactor treatment integrates semi-permeable membrane treatment and biological water treatment to extract suspended constituents and organic matter. The membrane-filtration processes deployed are mainly ultrafiltration and microfiltration. The UF filters eliminate the suspended solids and are preferred over conventional media filters due to their high cut-off range. The biological process deployed to extract organics is often conventional activated sludge treatment.
● Reverse osmosis.
The process of reverse osmosis is chiefly employed in the post-treatment phase. It is a pressure-dependent process that extracts up to 99.7% of dissolved solids using partially porous RO membrane filters. Reverse osmosis is technically the opposite of osmosis i.e. rather than the water flowing from lowly concentrated streams towards streams with higher concentrations, it flows from the highly concentrated stream. Additionally, it extracts minerals, viruses, bacteria, organic chemicals, and metals.
● Ultraviolet water sterilization.
UV water sterilization is chiefly employed as a post-treatment technique in wastewater treatment. Using germicidal rays, UV water sterilization kills 99.99% of living microorganisms by destroying the DNA cells.
➣Which Factors Should I Refer to When Purchasing a Residential Wastewater Treatment Unit?
If you are interested in purchasing a wastewater treatment system for your home or small business, doing background checks on wastewater treatment should be your starting point. The key to procuring the right treatment equipment lies in the range of information you possess. To increase the chance of acquiring the right system, begin by deliberating on the following factors.
● Effluent quality standards.
Environmental, public health and local authorities often have stipulated regulations on wastewater quality and disposal techniques. Begin by familiarizing yourself with the local regulations. After, scrutinizing the available systems and selecting the one that generates high-quality effluent in line with the discharge regulations.
● The quality of discharge from your residence.
What is the level of contamination in your effluent and which contaminants are present? Answering these questions will help you determine the type of processes and machinery needed to treat your wastewater.
● Volume or production capacity.
First, establish the volume of wastewater your residence produces per day. Then look for a system with a daily production capacity that accommodates the quantity of effluent from your household.
● Financial aspects.
What is the price tag of the system and what are its projected operational costs? Evaluate the investment and operating costs of distinct systems and ensure you opt for a system that fits well within your budgetary limits.
➣Which Pre and Post-Treatment Processes Are Integrated with Residential Wastewater Treatment Systems?
For effective treatment of wastewater, the primary wastewater treatment system must be assimilated with pretreatment and post-treatment technologies. Due to the characterization of domestic wastewater, the supplemental processes employed are quite advanced. Here are some of the approved pretreatment and post-treatment processes.
Screening is typically employed in preliminary wastewater treatment to eliminate suspended solids with large dimensions. This process extracts pollutants such as wood fragments, glass pieces, and plastics.
● Coagulation and flocculation.
Coagulation and flocculation are pretreatment processes ordinarily deployed prior to filtration or sedimentation. Coagulation brings particles together by neutralizing charges while flocculation forms an agglomerate of particles through stirring.
● Media filtration.
Media filtration employs different layers of media to remove finer elements after screening has been carried out. Typically, gravity sand filtration and multimedia filtration are used to pretreat wastewater.
● Water disinfection.
Activated sludge treatment employs bacteria to degrade organic impurities. These bacteria and other microbial organisms can cause illnesses hence they must be extracted before the wastewater is disposed of or reused. Chlorination and UV water sterilization are the disinfection mechanisms commonly employed in residential wastewater treatment systems.