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Industrial effluent are discharged from factories and agricultural fields to the municipal sewerage.
The various industrial effluent need to go through a sampled inspection and analysis for purifying the polluted effluent. These samples and inspections are called monitoring and they’re important for supervising and keeping the water sources and the watching over the materials discharging into them.
There are three different types of effluent: industrial effluent, which mostly come from factories, agricultural effluent in which you can find toxins from the fertilizers and sprays, and sewerage effluent, of the home and municipal use – effluent who are familiar as “grey water”.
All effluent types can be treated and become reclaimed water who are suitable for agriculture, for an example.
Monitoring the effluent is done as a periodic inspection according to the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Ministry of Environment’s guidelines. The process is done in steps: first, formulation of details of the monitoring plan: which include choosing the sampling point, which sampling we’re going to do in each point, what are the parameters for the monitoring and what is the frequency of samplings on every point.
After that, the plan is sent to the Ministry of Health or the Ministry of Environmental Protection according to the demands, and later on its confirmation, the monitoring plan is launched and in its end a report is sent to the Government office for analysis and implementing the conclusions from its results.
There are two types of monitoring – basic monitoring that is done by the councils/municipalities/water and Sewerage Corporation in which the factory or agricultural field is found and reports to the Ministry of Environmental Protection and a complementary monitoring that is done by the factory/farmer and reported to the Ministry of Health.
A monitoring that its results step from the allowed percentages of dangerous substances will lead to a significant fine to the factory or the farmer the effluent came from. In addition, the farmer of industry will be required to take care of the harmful effluent as fast as possible. Effluent who aren’t treated have toxins inside of them which become an unsolved problem, and pollute the water sources. The guidelines are updated frequently, each year new guidelines are published about monitoring and the allowed dosage of substances in effluent, and you need to update and be familiar with them as well.
It is important to know that you can obtain relief from the frequency of effluent monitoring and reporting if the factory is not in abnormal substances in its effluents, the substances discharged in sewage are biodegradable and several other categories such as.
This type of relief is important and significant from an economical matter and utilization of work force in the factory.
To meet the categories for that option, it is best to use the services of a company that’s familiar with these relieves and the right treatment in industrial and agricultural effluent. “Reznik Infrastructure Systems Ltd.”, grants this type of service, and by that saves unnecessary fines because of pollution or costs of monitoring process and the personnel required.
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