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WOG Technologies - Industrial Effluent Water Treatment

WOG is a group of academics and experts dedicated to the improvement of Industrial Effluent Water Treatment Systems. We use cutting-edge, environment-friendly technology in our water filtration process. They cleaned the effluent after purification so that we could discharge it into nearby bodies of water. The systems ensure that water is free of contaminants and can be disposed of in the environment without causing harm to the ecosystem.
After the wastewater treatment facility removes suspended particles and breaks down organic molecules, we simply dismiss the effluent. It's important to keep in mind that humans may have trouble getting rid of sewage. Water scarcity will be a major concern for organizations in the years ahead. Industrial water treatment is essential in a variety of industries. Organic materials, non-organic materials, and all other pollutants will be dealt with by an Industrial Wastewater Treatment solution. Water conservation and reuse are the only ways to meet the ever-increasing demand for it.

Zero Liquid Discharge system

It is a recycling method that prevents a plant from discharging liquid effluent into surface water. We can define zero liquid discharge as an approach for attempting to recover as much water as possible from the industry's wastewater source. We will reduce pollution in bodies of water. It will pump water and transport salts and other particles found in effluent. A site-specific design solution is an approach for suiting the best system design. A most considerable advantage of this approach is the massive savings in liquid resources and the non - availability of liquid discharge. We offer membrane operations with submerged or exposed membranes for critical water treatment requirements. There are several advantages to Zero Liquid Discharge, including the elimination of the need for recycling and wastewater disposal. Fluid and electrolyte restoration aid in lowering the operating costs of a Zero Liquid Discharge system. It also boosts any industry's and the environment's long-term viability

Industrial Waste Water Management

WOG Group is an organisation providing wastewater management services to a variety of industries. Our Industrial Wastewater Treatment Management System has a significant competitive advantage over other India’s leading industrial treatment plant providers.
For proper water filtration technology, we offer a variety of water treatment techniques. The system ensures that no wastewater will be created and will not cause any damage to the environment. The proper handling of industrial wastewater and sewage causes the use of a wastewater treatment plant. For the proper handling of industrial wastewater and sewage, wastewater treatment plants are required. WOG Group experts are standing by to provide durable water solutions. The Zero Liquid Discharge method is expensive. It also provides financial opportunities through the extraction of salts and other chemical components.

Industrial water treatment unit operation

A wastewater treatment system converts waste streams into the effluent. It can then be discharged into the environment or municipal treatment facility. The maximum suitable wastewater remedy gadget will help the ability in keeping off environmental, human, and system damage. It will also assist the infrastructure in avoiding large fines and legal proceedings if wastewater disposes of into the environment without any treatment. Clarification is an important step in wastewater treatment. It is a multistep process used to precipitate metals and silica. It removes suspended solids from the solution. Depending on the wastewater characterization, clarification can comprise a series of reaction tanks. With chemical addition, coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration.
All these steps will be required for the removal of any fine particulates or by-products. Some of them can be recovered if they are of any significance. There are a few tremendous steps to cope with particular wastewater issues, including the elimination of particular metals for recycling.

Main Purpose of Industrial Water Treatment

The main goal of an industrial water treatment plant is to make water reusable and safe for human consumption. Industries can earn money by reusing treated water in their manufacturing processes. Water carries an extensive variety of waste materials, together with chemical components. A hazardous chemical is present in the water discharged by industries. It’s fatal to leave it out in the open. The commercial water remedy plant will get rid of the dangerous substances and chemical additives from the water. It is necessary to treat industrial wastewater because it is not properly treated, it can produce disease-causing bacteria that harm trees, plants, and animals. We have spent millions of rupees in India on environmental projects to prevent pollution and sewage water from flowing into rivers.

Zero Liquid Discharge Technologies

It is a recycling and treatment method in which the facility does not discharge liquid effluent into surface water. Pollutants in bodies of water will be reduced. We can outline zero liquid discharge as a way of recuperating as a lot of water as viable from a wastewater supply this is crucial water.
It will pump water and transport salts and other particles in the wastewater. We couldn’t just throw it away in a landfill. There are various solutions for achieving zero liquid discharge from the industries. The primary benefits of this technology are significant savings in liquid resources, resulting in zero liquid discharge. For high-end treatment requirements, we offer membrane procedures with submerged or external membranes. The Zero Liquid Discharge procedure is costly. It paves the way for financial gains by recovering salts and other chemical components. The elements that aid the Zero Liquid Discharge machine are water scarcity, water economics, environmental legal guidelines and regulations, and the healing of beneficial components.

Industrial Water Treatment Process

Pollution levels can range from millions to billions, and businesses must deal with these contaminants at each stage, which may cause oxidation or fine filtering technology. Each of these actions removed contaminants from the water, and the water became cleaner as it progressed through the steps

  • Preliminary Treatment- The removal of floating materials such as leaves, papers, rags, and settleable inorganic solids such as sand, grid, fats, oils, and greases is part of the preliminary treatment.
  • Primary treatment- It is a sedimentation or settling process. They perform twice sedimentation in the normal sewage treatment process, once before secondary treatment and once after secondary treatment. Chemical coagulants are sometimes used to facilitate or aid sedimentation, and we know the process as chemical precipitation or coagulation-aided sedimentation.
  • Secondary water treatment- This process removes over 80% of contaminants from water, rendering it soluble and ready for disposal.
  • Tertiary wastewater treatment- The effluent of the sewage got after secondary treatment, can be disposed of, causing no nuisance. It is an expensive process and will only be used in extreme cases.

Following technologies are used:
Anaerobic Biological Process
  • Low rate Anaerobic Digester
  • Upflow Anerobic Sludge Blanket
  • Hybrid Digester
  • Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
Aerobic Biological Process
  • Activated Sludge Process (Fine Bubble diffused Aeration- Carousel Design)
  • Activated Sludge Process (Surface Aerators)
  • Activated Sludge Process (Jet Aeration)
  • Trickling Filters/Bio Towers
  • Sequential Batch Reactors
  • Membrane Bio Reactors (Submerged)
  • Membrane Bio Reactors (External Skid Mounted)

Physiochemical Process

Oil Removal
  • Under Induced Gas Flotation
  • Micro Bubble Floatation
  • Corrugated Plate Interceptor
  • Tilted Plate Interceptor
  • Induced Gas Flotation (Hydraulic and Rotor)
  • Dissolved Air Floatation
  • Belt Type Oil Skimmers
  • Oil and grease Separator
  • Floating Oil Skimmers
Chemical treatment & Sedimentation
  • Corrugated Plate Interceptor
  • Tilted Plate Interceptor
  • Induced Gas Flotation (Hydraulic and Rotor)
  • Dissolved Air Floatation
  • Belt Type Oil Skimmers
  • Oil and grease Separator
  • Floating Oil Skimmers
Tertiary Treatment
  • Dual Media Filters → Multimedia Filters
  • Rapid Sand Gravity Filters
  • Dual Media Gravity Filters
  • Pressure Sand Filters
  • Activated Carbon Filters
  • Iron Removal Filters using Birm Media
  • Hardness removal filters using Ion Exchange process
  • Metal removal through media

Involving a wide range of technological solutions, WOG Technologies's services

To achieve the above objectives, we draw on years of experience operating and upgrading all kinds of treatment plants and leverage the talents of the employees of WOG Process Solutions and Technologies.


The zero liquid discharge system will use the latest technological wastewater treatment system. A ZLD system will include:
• Metals, hardness, and silica are precipitated out with a clarifier.
• Any metals and suspended solids can be flocculated, or coagulated using a chemical feeder.
• In the final stages of waste concentration, various techniques such as filtration, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, evaporation, and crystallization will be used.

The removal of suspended particles, dissolved organic materials, and the management of sludge for disposal are all part of the industrial effluent water treatment process. Otherwise, humans may find it difficult to dispose of effluent. In the treatment process of an ETP plant, organic materials, non-organic materials, and other contaminants will be treated. This water treatment system is used in textiles, chemicals, food, petrochemicals, and a variety of other industries.

Industrial wastewater contains toxic compounds and compounds that are difficult to break down, it must be treated before being discharged. Industrial effluent can be treated in a variety of ways.
• Biological treatment: Biological treatment can be aerobic or anaerobic.
• Vacuum evaporation: Vacuum evaporators come in a variety of sizes and are based on various types of industrial wastewater treatment equipment.
• Physicochemical treatment: This method comprises a range of techniques that can be used in combination to treat a wide variety of contaminants.

There are different stages of the water treatment process. Preliminary and Primary, Secondary and Tertiary wastewater treatment. Each of these actions had accumulated contaminants, and as the water progressed through the steps, it became clearer. Water is made soluble and ready to be disposed of after secondary water treatment removes over 80% of contaminants. Tertiary wastewater treatment is costly, so it will only be used in an emergency.

The three major sectors of wastewater are domestic, industrial, and agricultural. Food, chemicals, paper and pulp, nuclear and thermal power, laundry, pharmaceuticals, mines, iron and steel, and other industries produce industrial wastewater. Organic and inorganic materials abound in these wastewaters. Excessive release of these nutrients into the water causes an increase in minerals and nutrients in water bodies, resulting in oxygen depletion.