Sewage Treatment Plants

Reduce, Recycle, Reuse

Water loses out from welfare facilities such as washrooms, kitchens, lavatory blocks, mess/pantry and also from work shop processes such as pressure washing, water cooling and testing. It would be disconcerting to not treat the billions of gallons of waste-water and sewage produced every day before releasing it back to the environment. With continuous research and development efforts, Red Sea Housing Services successfully modularized sewage treatment, and designed and built state-of-the-art Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR) Sewage Treatment Plant (STP). MBR STP not only reduces pollutants in wastewater to a level safe to release back into nature, but also produces high quality water that can be reused.

With RSHS’ MBR STP, 100% of the processed water can be made suitable for reuse in – flushing toilets and urinals, cooling systems, floor-wall-building wash downs, pressure testing, vehicle washing, drilling mud mixing, cement mixing, dust control, irrigation and so forth. Being a modular compact unit enables MBR STP to be placed anywhere in your premises; either retrofitted with existing septic system or discreetly placed during the facility build.

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Key Features

  • User-friendly easy to operate interface
  • Reliable process since the MBR plant is typically operated at low organic loading rates, and the membrane provides a barrier to particulate discharge; the sludge within the reactor basin simply digests itself without affecting the effluent quality
  • System expandable with minimum disruption
  • High quality effluent enough to be discharged to coastal, surface or brackish waterways or to be reclaimed for urban irrigation
  • Small footprint since secondary clarifiers and filters are eliminated
  • Easy retrofitting possible with existing septic system or discreet installation during the facility build; since the unit is modular
  • Lower residual sludge - high quality treated effluent
  • Virtually solids-free produced water
  • Produced water surpasses the most stringent standards (including the California Title 22 specification)
  • Effective reverse osmosis process purifies the water to high purity levels
  • Energy efficient – in some cases lower energy consumed than used for ground-water pumping and piping