India is facing immense challenges arising from rapid population growth and intense urbanization, where about 45% of the population now live in towns and cities, and the population densities are much higher than other parts of the world.
In India, per capita accessibility of freshwater is decreasing at a very fast rate. During the last few decades, India experiencing water scarcity, apart from the scarcity of freshwater the quality of the available freshwater are also deteriorating due to pollution, hence intensifying the shortage. Against the backdrop, the lack of wastewater management continues to be a huge challenge.
Due to rapid urbanization, human activities have had a significant impact on the ecological environment. Owing to the huge discharge of municipal wastewater and urban drainage into river basins, the effect is more pronounced in the water quality in these areas. This in turn affects the aquatic lives and agriculture, and hence the humans who reside in these areas.
The high average annual range in biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), total coliform (TC) and low dissolved oxygen (DO) levels reported in the Holy rivers are mainly due to the huge discharge of municipal wastewater and urban drainage into river basins. The impact of population on the ability of water sources to meet the demands placed on them by society is paralleled by the effects of population on the quality of water resources.
Telemachus High-Tech provides solutions in the form of Bioremediation mediated ISR modular sewage wastewater treatment plant. These ISR modular treatment systems are practiced in India. It is suitable for densely populated areas and can efficiently handle the high volume of wastewater than other technologies. Moreover, the ISR modular treatment system provides a solution that is simpler and less expensive for large residential areas with high population densities.
Modularized ISR Sewage Treatment Plant is designed to encourage the development of URBAN, RURAL, and DEVELOPING AREA, low-cost technology, capable of treating wastewater closer to the point of generation, enables more effective water reuse for groundwater recharge and secondary purposes.