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Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
Sample Proposal of Residential treatment
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  • 1. RACHCON ENVIROTECH PLANT
  • 2. Index Section Contents Page No. 1.0 Background 1 2.0 Problems with existing system 3 3.0 Necessity and Feasibility of System 5 4.0 Components of System 7 4.1 Operations 7 4.2 Primary Applications 8 5.0 Industrial and other Application 10 6.0 Cost Considerations 11 6.1 Cost Comparison 12 7.0 Conclusion 14Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd
  • 3. 1.0 BackgroundWater is the integral fabric in the quilt of life. The Earth’s ecosystems, societies andindividuals need it. Without it, food security and human health, energy supplies andindustrial production would be unobtainable. Plants and wildlife and their ecosystemsneed water. Shortages and poor management can lead to loss of biodiversity andagricultural production, increase in malnutrition and disease, reduced economic growth,social instability and conflict. Water helps regulate the global climate – and as we arecontinuing to see, water resources themselves are affected by global climate change.Earth is the only planet known where water exists in its three forms: as water vapour, asflowing water and as ice. It is therefore also the only planet where life exists as we knowit. The global water cycle between the sea, the atmosphere and the continents is a vitalcirculatory system for nature and man.There are several challenges facing us with regard to managing our limited resource. Thehuman population is growing and thus there will be more mouths to feed and morepeople needing safe drinking water and adequate sanitation in the near future. In general,access to water and sanitation can be an engine for accelerated economic growth,sustainable development, improved health and reduced poverty, particularly for theworld’s poorer people. Sanitation, in particular, and the means to practice hygienicbehaviours yield direct benefits in terms of health, education and economic productivity.The amount of water to be available will continue to diminish while the food needs willcontinue to increase – and food consumption is moving towards more water-intensiveitems.Another challenge is reducing the degradation of water quality by pollution.Contamination of water by discharge of untreated wastewater into rivers and lakes is avery big threat to us. Industrial growth has been a major factor in this respect, and alsocreated new types of pollution. Toxic chemicals dumped on land eventually escape intosurface and ground waters and spread. This unchecked dumping of waste in water causesour ground water reserves and our existing lakes to get polluted thereby affecting humanas well as marine life. Thousands of species of marine life are near extinction.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 1
  • 4. The treatment to water before disposal is of vital importance. Good quality of treatmentcomes at a very high cost. Hence it is necessary to economize this cost. Convectionalwater treatment plants occupy a lot of space and money. The local municipal corporationsspend lakhs of rupees in supplying and treating this water. Inefficient working of thesetreatment plants pose a very serious environmental and a general public hygiene hazard.Very little has been done and even little implemented to save, conserve and reuse thisindispensible gift of nature. This product specifically deals with conservation, reuse andre-cycling of water at an optimum cost. The cost and quality of water balances watertreatment and re-use such that it completely downplays the existing system.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 2
  • 5. 2.0 Problems with existing system a. Not a Self Sustained System : This is a completely distributed system with no self sustainability. It is an integration of municipal lines and connections coming in, being supplied, waste water coming taken out to a central location at long distance, treated water again being brought in and used. In this complete journey, there are water thefts, water leakages, other losses, illegal connections, etc. Moreover if the pipe lines carrying sewage breaks, there is a grave danger of it being contaminated with drinking water or forming cess pools. It poses a very high risk to public health. It depends on a whole lot of parameters which are scattered; any one component failure will result in temporary collapse of the entire system. b. Installation and operation: All of the demand and supply is dependent on an 100 year old pipeline system; all the lines have already been installed and reached their maximum capacity. Millions of liters of water is wasted in a instance when pipe lines burst or leak which is a very well known fact. c. Use of local municipality water: The entire system depends on the supply of water by the local Municipality. In case of pipe bursts, no rain, repairs, the entire system is paralyzed. The residents are rendered helpless for devoid of water. d. Burden on existing sewer systems: The entire burden is on the existing sewerage system. There is no load sharing component to stabilize the system in case of interruptions or leaks. e. Water Bills: The water bills and all the above mentioned problems stay as is in this system. f. Illegal connections and water theft: There are numerous illegal connections in slums and other areas. Huge volume of water theft takes place in this system.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 3
  • 6. g. Loss to BMC : As millions of liters of water is stolen, all the revenue to the BMC is lost. Huge hefty losses are incurred by the BMC every year. h. Dependability on rain: This system completely depends on rain. This system can get paralyzed if there is scanty or less rain in that particular year. i. Spread of diseases: In case of a leak of the sewer line, there is a huge chance of contamination with drinking water. Also exposed sewage carrying water poses a grave public health hazard. j. Effect on Water bodies: There is untreated and unchecked dumping of waste water in water bodies. This destroys marine life in the sea and gives us contaminated marine products. This again becomes a health hazard. Also, this is one of the causes of extinction of certain marine species. k. Rain water harvesting: There is absolutely no provision for rain water harvesting whatsoever. Millions of liters of water finds its way into the sea without being utilized.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 4
  • 7. 3.0 Necessity and Feasibility of the SystemConsidering all the points above, an effective system to mitigate these problems isessential. A product system called the “Rachcon Envirotech system” should prove to bean effective system to provide effective, inexpensive and a self sustained system oftreatmental operation.Lakhs of rupees are spent by local government agencies in treating and disposing offwaste water. The advantages of the system are as follows: l. Self Sustained System: Rachcon Envirotech system is a completely self sustained system in terms of waste water treatment. It does not burden the existing sewerage system for disposal or treatment. The same water is used over and over again with the help of effective conceptualization and design. 2. Easy installation and operation: The system is very easy to operate and install. Any repair can be done at one location and no question of pipe bursts as it is controlled locally within a constrained space. 3. Less necessity of local municipality water: Having mentioned that it is a self sustained system, the local municipal water may be required as a percentage of total consumption say once a week. This supply percentage will be required to match up the losses that will occur during usage and operation. Water will be available virtually 24 hrs with no interruption. 4. Effective during times of less, shortage or water cuts: Water cuts and shortages are very common in India. Using this system will mean no dependency on the municipality water (except in a week by percentage). Considering the level of lameness encountered during the water cuts where water is supplied just for some hours a day, this system will give total relief to consumers as well as municipality. 5. Reduction of burden on existing sewer systems: This system being self sustained, will reduce the load on local municipal water treatment plants where ever it is installed.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 5
  • 8. 6. Reduced water bills: As the system will use some portion of the municipality water and that too just once a week, the water bills are guaranteed to come down. (explanation enclosed in further sections). 7. No illegal connections and water theft: As the system will be installed within the building premises, there are very less chances of water theft which otherwise costs the municipalities dear. 8. Cost effective: The entire system will cost much less than the existing conventional system. We spend Rs. 3.5 for every 1000 liters that we use for building colonies and pay Rs. 10.23 for treatment and disposal. You do not depend on the municipal water reserves completely. A detailed calculation on cost savings is attached in further sections with a case study in actual operation. 9. Less dependability on rain: This system will work 24x7 and will continuously supply water irrespective of rains in that year. This relieves a lot of burden on the existing system which like agriculture, is dependent on natural reserves. 10. Less Wastage of water: Even if water is just wasted and thrown away in the households, it is collected and re-cycled, hence the wasted water is again available for use. 11. Less chances of contamination, less spread of diseases: As the system will operate within the building premises, it will have very less chances of contamination. No contamination means better hygienic conditions and less spread of diseases. 12. Cleaner water bodies: As the system will cleanse the water on its own and use it till it is lost to losses, it will not be dumped into the local water bodies. There will be no pollution to any water body. In an event the water needs to be disposed off, it will be well treated and disposed off.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 6
  • 9. 13. Better health and hygiene: As there will be no unchecked dumping, there will be better hygienic conditions. 14. Propagation of Fish culture and marine life: No contamination in water bodies means healthier aquatic life. 15. Rain water Harvesting: Can perform even better as it can accommodate rain water harvesting.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 7
  • 10. 4.0 Components, Operation and applications (General Residential System)The basic components of the system are: 1. Septic Tank: A septic tank of the required capacity needs to be constructed or installed. 2. Foot Valve with strainer 3. Sewage pump 4. Primary Sand Filter 5. Some plumbing design in the building 6. Storage tank capacity depends on capacity required 7. Rachcon Envirotech Ozonator 4.1 Operation:The entire system is designed in such that all the runoff water is collected and re-cycled. 1. Initially, the municipal water is supplied to the system 2. This used water is collected in the septic tank. 3. After settlement of solid particles, the water is collected in the sewage pump. 4. This water is pumped and put through a primary sand filter. 5. From this sand filter, the water and further sent into activated carbon filter. 6. From this stage, this water is collected in a tank. 8. Simultaneously, ozone is produced in the Rachcon Envirotech Ozonator 7. This ozone is supplied into the tank containing the impure water. 8. Once the treatment in the tank is complete, the entire system throws out treated water. 9. This treated water is upto the levels where it can be used for the below mentioned purposes. 10. This treated water can then connected to the existing system and can be re circulated. NOTE: The entire process is design based and can be implemented only after effective design by Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 8
  • 11. 4.2 Primary Applications:This water can be used for: 1. Car Washing 2. Toilet flushing 3. GardeningRachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 9
  • 12. 5.0 Industrial and other ApplicationsOther feasible applications of the Rachcon Envirotech Plant are as follows: 1. Treatment in Large Scale Sewage Treatment plants 2. Treatment in Chemical Industries 3. Treatment in Tanning Industries 4. Treatment in Food Processing Industries 5. Treatment in Sugar Mills 6. Treatment in Industrial Waste water 7. River water purification 8. Irrigation water purification 9. Treatment in Paper Industries 10. Other household equipments like air conditioners and washing machinesRachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 10
  • 13. 6.0 Cost ConsiderationsRate of water supplied by BMC (new telescopic rates) for residential buildings: Item Cost Rs./1000 Remarks lit BMC water supply 3.5 Consumption upto 750 lit rate 7.0 Consumption 750 – 1000 lit (for extra 250 lit) 10.5 Consumption 1000 – 1250 lit (for extra 250 lit) 14.0 Consumption more than 1250 lit Total 14.0 (for our case) • Note: Sewerage tax needs to be added to the ovrerall water bill. The above rates do not include sewerage tax.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 11
  • 14. 6.1 Cost Comparison For 300 residents for 5 days:Sr. No. Item BMC cost (Rs.) Rachcon Envirotech Remarks Plant (Rs./5 days) Consumption at 100 1. Water cost 14 x30,000x5 = 2,100.00 3.5x600x5 = 10.50 lit/day/person for 1000 1000 5 days (2 % loss per day of 30,000 lit) Incurred by BMC and 2. Maintenance --- 68.00 we give 2 years free cost (Rs. 5000/yr) 3. Electricity --- 1,000.00 Rs. 72,000/year 4. Sewerage tax 1,260 6.30 60% of water bill 5. Drinking water --- 5x300x14 = 21.00 To be procured from Cost 1000 BMC 5 lit/day/person 6. Equipment Cost Already laid 100 year old 1,028.00 approx Rs. 15,00,000* lines; approx life 20 years --- Total (Rs.) 3,360.00 2,134.00 *Price indicative for a general system, may change with actual project. Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 12
  • 15. Cost Savings = 3360 – 2134 = Rs. 245/day 5 daysCost Savings = 245 x 365 = Rs. 89,425/yearCost per liter (Rachcon Envirotech plant) = 2134 = 1.42 paise/liter 5 x 30,000Cost per liter (BMC) = 3360 = 2.24 paise/liter 5 x 30,000Cost per 1000 liter for Rachcon Envirotech Plant = 1.42x1000 = 14.2/1000 liter 100Cost per 1000 liter for BMC = 2.24x1000 = 22.4/1000 lit 100Note : ALL OTHER ADDED BENEFITS ARE ENLISTED IN SECTION 3.0Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 13
  • 16. 7.0 ConclusionIt can be clearly seen that the benefits of the Rachcon Envirotech system heavilyoutweigh the current existing system. The current system gives us water at higher rates(compare section’s 6.0 and 6.1) as compared with the Rachcon Envirotech plant. Thesystem also has numerous environmental benefits (see section 3.0) which act as bonus tothe deteriorating conditions of contamination and pollution. The existing system does notgive us any reprieve from the growing pollution and contamination problems.The cost savings with this system give us savings worth Rs. 89,425/- per year. Theexpected life for the Rachcon Envirotech Plant is about 20 years with good maintenance.The current estimated cost of the plant is Rs. 15,00,000/- .The savings for 20 years afterusing this plant is 17,88,500/-. This means the equipment cost for the next 20 years isabsolutely free. Considering that, in general the cost of electronic components decreases,you will have even less equipment cost compared to the cost today.The per liter cost of water with the Rachcon Envirotech plant comes out to be 1.42paise/liter which works out to be Rs. 14.2 per 1000 liter. The cost of BMC is 2.24 paiseper liter which works out to be Rs. 22.4 per 1000 liter. The treatment cost incurred by theBMC to treat water is still not included which is ultimately paid by the tax payer. Thecost of Rachcon Envirotech plant includes this treatment cost as well.Rachcon Envirotech system aims to serve the environment in its own way by using eco-friendly materials, using minimum electricity, saving cost, improving general and publichygiene, giving good quality of water, giving water for virtually all 24 hours of the day,eliminating the need of water tankers, reducing plumbing costs required to take the waterkilometers away to the treatment plant, reducing the load on the already overloadedpublic sewerage system, preventing wastage of water as it is recycled; the list will go oncontinuing.Rachcon InfraProjects Pvt. Ltd. Page 14
  • 17. OutInlet from SewerSystem Foot valve with Strainer Sewage PSF 2000 Litre Septic Tank Pump 78"*18"*18" Std. sintex tankRACHCON ENVIROTECH PLANT Oxygen Ozonator 14"*12"*27" 10"*15"*38"

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