Waste Water Treatment Plants


The primary goal of a wastewater treatment plant is to remove as many suspended solids as possible before discharging the remaining water, known as effluent, back into the environment.

Wastewater treatment occurs in three stages: primary, secondary, and tertiary. There are some applications that require more advanced water treatment, known as quaternary water treatment. The treatment of municipal wastewater in sewage treatment plants, as well as industrial wastewater, is critical for maintaining a healthy and safe environment.

IEP provides a variety of services in water projects, such as a liquid analyzer system to monitor pH, COD, and BOD. IEP also provides complete ETP and related Instrumentation automation systems for oil in water and other biological parameters.