Common Effluent Treatment Plants

Centralized Treatment for Industrial Clusters

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) form the backbone of India’s manufacturing landscape, contributing significantly to economic growth and employment generation. Recognizing their pivotal role, the government has actively fostered the establishment of industrial estates and clusters to support and promote SMEs.

Often constrained by limited space, resources, and expertise, SMEs struggle to implement effective effluent treatment processes that comply with stringent disposal regulations. In response to this challenge, the Ministry of Environment & Forest has championed a policy to implement Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs), which collectively treat effluents from multiple industries within a given cluster.

At Advent Envirocare, our journey with CETPs dates back to 1996, providing us with invaluable insights into what it takes for these plants to survive and thrive. One of the major challenges faced by CETPs is the control of feed quantity and quality—a challenge that we’ve successfully conquered through our expertise and experience. Additionally, treating effluent with high variability presents another formidable hurdle, one that we have adeptly navigated. Our proficiency in tackling these challenges is manifested in us execution India’s largest 100 MLD greenfield CETP, an accomplishment that speaks volumes.