Water treatment plants and equipment

Reverse Osmosis Plants

Reverse Osmosis plants are intended for obtaining high quality drinking water from sea water and bad quality ground water. The process uses membranes with very fine pores for filtering out suspended and dissolved solids, bacteria and virus, in order to produce very high quality water.

Bio Earth offers world-class RO Plants starting from a small capacity of 100 litres per hour and going up to 100,000 litres/hour.

Water Filtration Plants

Water Filtration plants are intended for obtaining high quality drinking water from normal well water and river water. The process uses different grades of filtering media, such as normal sand, silica sand, manganese green sand, activated carbon, for filtering out suspended solids, iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide, color, odor, in order to produce high quality water.

Bio Earth offers world-class Water Filtration Plants starting from a small capacity of 100 litres per hour and going up to 100,000 litres/hour.

  • Multimedia Filters
  • Activated Carbon Filters
  • Reverse Osmosis Plants
  • UV Sterilizers
  • Chemical Dosing Systems

Sewage treatment plants and equipment

Package Sewage Treatment Plants

Package Sewage Treatment plants are intended for obtaining good quality water from sewage produced from small villages and communities and labor camps. The process uses compact treatment systems which are odor-free in operation and produce treated water that can be readily used for irrigation and toilet flushing.

Bio Earth offers world-class Package Sewage treatment Plants starting from a small capacity of 1000 litres per hour and going up to 10,000 litres/hour.

  • Package Plants (MBR, MBBR, SBR type)
  • Screens and Grit Removal Systems
  • Mixers, Chemical Dosing Systems and Clarifiers
  • Mechanical Surface Aerators and Diffused Aeration Systems
  • Sludge Treatment Systems and Biogas Systems
  • Advanced Treatment Systems for Water Recycling

Industrial wastewater treatment plants and equipment

  • Anaerobic Systems ? Aerobic Systems
  • Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Systems
  • Chemical Treatment Systems and Disinfection Systems
  • Treated Water Recycle Systems

Non-conventional Energy Systems

  • Solar Energy Systems
  • Wind Energy Systems
  • Bio-fuel Systems.