Water resources on earth are diminishing rapidly and human activities continue to detrimentally affect the quality and quantity of existing fresh water resources. As per the World Economic Forum, water crisis is the global risk based on the impact to society as a measure of devastation. Hence it’s a high time to realize the importance of wastewater recycling to gratify the water needs of the exponentially growing population and extensively expanding industries. There are conventional and non conventional approaches for wastewater treatment. Lack of basic understanding of disposal medium subsequently resulted into failure of the conventional systems to deliver the end results. On the contrary these approaches are adding extra to the pollution load and hence causing more harm to the environment. So there is a need for paradigm shift in our approach to waste management.
SUGAM caters to the demand of the era by providing the indigenous SOIL BIOTECHNOLOGY developed at IIT Mumbai. SBT is an innovative, economic and effective approach to counter the challenges faced in the field of waste management. It is indeed the need of the hour !
SUGAM offers green and sustainable solutions for cities, Town, small villages, Housing societies, schools, resorts, hotels, hospitals and industries. Its Odor free with minimum energy consumption, and without biological sludge
Offers complete ZLD package for different type of industrial effluents inclusive of Primary treatment Units, advance oxidation process as pre treatment, replacement to conventional biological treatment, and polishing with Industrial RO system.
It can dealt with challenging effluent with organic solvents, non degradable complex molecules, - Organo -N, Organo S , Organo-P molecules, toxic elements such as cyanide. It can handle BOD/COD ratio of less than 5%. Its green and odor free.
Working with government agencies as well Industrial CSR programme partners for water conservation via grey water management especially for Rural India with SUGAM commitment that every drop of water consumed, loaded with organic impurities must be brought back into the water cycle.