Customized Container

Building a package sewage treatment plant using modified shipping containers can be a cost-effective and efficient solution for wastewater treatment in various settings. Here’s a general description of the process:

  1. Container Selection: Start by selecting shipping containers suitable for modification. Consider containers that are structurally sound, in good condition, and have sufficient space for accommodating the required treatment processes and equipment.
  2. Design and Planning: Develop a detailed design and layout plan for the sewage treatment plant within the shipping containers. This includes determining the treatment processes, equipment placement, and necessary infrastructure.
  3. Container Modification: Modify the shipping containers to accommodate the specific treatment processes. This may involve cutting openings for inlet and outlet pipes, installing ventilation systems, adding insulation for temperature control, and creating compartments for different treatment stages.
  4. Inlet and Pre-Treatment: Install the necessary equipment for initial wastewater screening and pre-treatment processes. This may include screens, grit chambers, and oil/grease separators to remove larger solids, grit, and floating debris.
  5. Biological Treatment: Set up the required biological treatment processes, such as activated sludge, extended aeration, or sequencing batch reactors (SBR). Install aeration systems, clarifiers, and other equipment needed for the biological treatment of wastewater.
  6. Disinfection and Final Treatment: Incorporate disinfection systems like UV disinfection or chlorination to kill harmful microorganisms. Implement additional treatment processes, such as filtration or tertiary treatment, to further improve water quality if necessary.
  7. Monitoring and Control: Install instrumentation, sensors, and control systems to monitor the treatment process, maintain optimal conditions, and ensure compliance with regulatory standards. This may include pH sensors, flow meters, level sensors, and automated control systems.
  8. Utilities and Connections: Set up the necessary utilities and connections, including water and power supply, ventilation systems, and plumbing connections for the treatment plant. Ensure proper integration with existing infrastructure or design new connections as required.
  9. Testing and Commissioning: Once the treatment plant is fully constructed, conduct thorough testing and commissioning to ensure all equipment, processes, and control systems are functioning properly. Make any necessary adjustments or fine-tuning to optimize performance.
  10. Operation and Maintenance: Train personnel on the operation and maintenance of the package sewage treatment plant. Develop a regular maintenance schedule, including equipment servicing, inspections, and monitoring of effluent quality. Follow proper maintenance practices to ensure long-term functionality and performance.