|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Water Source||Industrial Effluent, Industrial Wastewater|
|Delivery Location||World Wide|
|Industry||Sugar Industry, Dairy Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Paper Mills|
|Impurities to be removed||Dissolved Minerals|
|Feed Flow Rate (cubic-meter/day)||0 - 50 m3/day|
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Dairy industry waste water is generally have fats, lactose, whey proteins, nutrients which lead play important role to increase the biological oxygen demand (BOD) of water. With milk components also wastewater contain detergents and sanitizing agents which are result of cleaning process increase the concentration of chemical oxygen demand (COD). There are many ways to reduce the BOD and COD, but biological treatment is the primary mean. Both aerobic and anaerobic technologies have been used, while anaerobic treatment of wastewater has emerged as viable and economical alternative over the conventional aerobic treatment particularly for high BOD. In aerobic technologies number of different treatment methods are there like, activated sludge, sequencing batch reactor, rotating biological contactors trickling filter. In anaerobic treatment methods are up flow sludge blanket (UASB), anaerobic sequencing batch reactors (ASBR), continuous-flow stirred tank reactor, hybrid anaerobic digesters, contact reactor, up flow and down flow anaerobic filter, and two-stage systems that separate the acid-forming and methane forming. There are many cases where aerobic and anaerobic processes are combined in one single treatment system. Membrane technology is alternatives to bio treatment being used for BOD reduction in dairy wastewaters which replaces secondary clarifiers in the waste treatment plants with membranes.