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  • 1. Water and Wastewater Treatment For Hospitals- Sangeetha SubramanianMedicall conference, 2011Chennai.
    Fluid control equipments, Chennai – 600006.
    www.flu-con.com
  • 2. Water Requirement in Hospitals per 200 Beds
    5,000 lts per day
    25,000 lts per day
    10,000 lts per day
    De -Mineralized Water
    Fresh Water
    Recycle Water
    NonContactPurpose
    Contact Purpose
    Laboratories
    Canteen
    Purified Water
    Glass ware,
    Reagent Preparation,
    Diagnostic test
    Food Preparation,
    Utensils Washing
    Floor Wash,
    Landscaping,
    Flushing
    Bathing & Cleaning,
    Linen & Laundry cleaning
    Operation theater,
    Dialysis Unit
  • 3. Water Requirement in Deepam Hospitals, Tambaram. (70 Beds - fully Occupied 7/24)
    Bore Well/Private Sources
    (50,000 lts)
    40,000 lts per day
    20,000 lts per day
    10,000 lts per day
    30,000 lts per day
    Treated Water
    (DM,RO,UV)
    Fresh Water
    Recycle Water
    NonContactPurpose
    Contact Purpose
    Laboratories
    Canteen
    Purified Water
    Glass ware,
    Reagent Preparation,
    Diagnostic test
    Drinking,
    Food Preparation,
    Utensils Washing
    Floor Wash,
    Landscaping,
    Flushing
    Bathing & Cleaning,
    Linen & Laundry cleaning
    Operation theater,
    Dialysis Unit
  • 4. Cost Analysis
    Capital Cost (INR)
    Deep Bore well/Tube well - 50,000 – 2,50,000
    R.O System - 4,00,00 - 7,00,000
    U.V System - 50,000
    Recurring Cost(INR)
    Plant O&M - 4 lakhs – 7 lakhs per annum
    Water cost - 1000 per 12,000 lit tank
    * - Recurring cost can be significantly brought down by proper professional input at initial planning stage.
  • 5.
  • 6. WATER USAGE AND RECOVERY SYSTEM FOR HOSPITALS
    Fresh Water
    tank
    Treated Water
    tank
    Municipal Sewage
    Treatment Plant
    Garden
  • 7. Kitchen/ Canteen
    Linen/ Services Area
    Out Patient/ Reception
    Laboratory Services
    Radiology/ oncology unit
    Hospital Wards/ Beds
    Operation Theater
    150 lpd
    50 lpd
    50 lpd
    100 lpd
    100 lpd
    50 lpd
    100 lpd
    Sterilizing & Disinfection agents, pathogens, organic wastes, human tissues, blood
    Organic wastes, pathogens, sterilizing, & Disinfection Agents
    Spent liquid isotopes, photo developers, X-ray Developers.
    Organic wastes, pathogens, antibiotics
    Detergents, organic wastes
    Food Wastes, Detergents
    Organic Wastes
    Solid Waste Treatment
    Biological Treatment
    Physico-chemical Treatment
  • 8. TypicalSTPlayoutforhospitals
    Chimney
    Bio Scrubber
    Chlorine Dosing Pump
    Air
    Bar Screen
    Equalization
    Tank
    To Recycle Water Tank
    Tube Settler
    Chlorine Dosing Tank
    ACF
    PSF
    Aeration Tank
    Blower
    Filter Press
    Filtrate to Head Works
  • 9. Skid Mounted Water Treatment Plant
  • 10. Concern Areas and Solutions…
    Odor issues
    Bio scrubber
    Plant O & M – break down issues
    Operate on contractual basis
    Contamination of treated water line and fresh water line
    Separate tanks and piping from planning stage
    Hygiene
    Depends on maintenance
  • 11. Dolphin Hotels, Hyderabad, STP
  • 12. STP LOCATED IN BASEMENT OF HILTON HOTEL – NEW DELHI
  • 13. Need for Onsite Sewage Treatment
    Liquid wastes in hospitals – no strict guidelines unlike Bio-medical wastes handling.
    Governmental Regulations becoming increasingly strict
    Hospital accreditation
    Fresh water expenses
    Untreated sewage hauling expenses
    Land Cost
  • 14. Effluent limits suggested by CPCB
  • 15. Size of hospital and onsite STP requirement
    DPCC – 500 beds or more
    TNPCB – more than 50 beds/ dwelling units
    KSPCB – 200 beds or more(Mangalore).
  • 16. project delivery mechanism for optimizing project cost and quality
    Civil
    Operation & Maintenance
    Technology
    Design & Engineering
    Bought outs
    Technology Integration
    • Planning and technology selection is usually the most critical step
    • 17. Requires in-depth understanding of technology and design factors
    • 18. Design & Engineering to reduce project cost and implementation risks
    • 19. Optimization of project design for streamlining project implementation
    • 20. Ensures that designer is ultimately responsible for quality performance
    • 21. Higher plant operation efficiency
    • 22. Continued client interaction
    • 23. Least downtime
    • 24. Higher efficiency due to in-depth understanding of assets created
    • 25. Preparation of AMP (asset management plans) for optimizing O&M activities
    • 26. Civil and bought out portion entirely outsourced to dedicated local contractors
    • 27. Technology Integration involves:
    • 28. Piping
    • 29. electrical
    • 30. Instrumentation
    • 31. Allows to optimize project construction time and quality
  • About Us and Our Associates
    Fluid control equipments – Chennai based company involved in manufacture of water and wastewater treatment equipments for more than 35 years
    Spans Enviro – Delhi based consultancy firm involved in environmental engineering consultancy and plant design for more than 30 years
    Hydrosoil engineers – Chennai based hydro-geological engineers with more than 20 years experience in bore wells and tube wells, water testing and analysis

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