Effluent Treatment Plant For Hospitals
ATS has considerable experience operating hospital wastewater treatment systems. The treatment of sanitary wastewater specifically generated from hospitals without blending from other domestic sources is much more challenging as compared to municipal wastewater facilities. The major differences between municipal facilities and stand-alone hospital treatment facilities are as follows:
- Strength of both carbonaceous as well as nitrogenous waste per each person is much higher.
- Occupancy or density of people per given space is extremely high.
- Inorganic plastics, paper, metal items, and other waste items specific to hospital operations abound.
- Pathogenicity including blood-born diseases are more prevalent than normal domestic sewage facilities, thus making hospital facility operations a higher risk safety factor.