Soil Scape filter unit at Residence in Pune | Centre for Science and Environment


Soil Scape filter unit at Residence in Pune

Location: Pune, Maharashtra
Scale: Residential/ Individual
Implementing organisation: Shrishti Eco Research Institue, Pune
Designed Capacity: 1KLD
Area: 1 sqm
Operational since :
2009
Capital cost : Rs 18000-20000
O&M: Rs 1800-2000 per year
 
The resident wanted to implement the technology to treat the domestic wastewater and reuse it for gardening with minimum investment and O&M cost.
 
Waste water from bathroom, laundry and kitchen is first collected in the collection sump. This grey water is sprinkled on the filtering tank planted with Canna indica and filled with ecofert material, sand, small stones and dried leaves. The filtered water is collected in a tank from where it is lifted using bicycle operated pump and reused for gardening. The system receives about 250-300 litres of water per day. Gambusia fish in the storage sump keeps a check on the quality of the treated wastewater.
 
Sandeep Joshi,
Environment Technologist, Technical Director.
Shrishti Eco Research Insitute (SERI)
B-106, Devgiri, Near Ganesh Mala,
Sinhagad Road, Pune 411030
Phone: 020-24253773
email : seriecotech@yahoo.co.in

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