In Nizhny Tagil completed the reconstruction of the water treatment plant

In Nizhny Tagil completed the reconstruction of one of the largest wastewater treatment plants in the Sverdlovsk region. Biological wastewater treatment plant (BOS) will be put into operation in the near future.

Sewage treatment plant "BOS HimParka" Tagil "built on the site of the current system of the Eastern treatment plant enterprise" Uralchimplast "with personal control Misharina governor and the state program of support for company towns with the involvement of private investors.

The reconstructed water treatment plant has become one of the largest aquaculture facilities built in the region over the past few years. Its processing capacity — 15 thousand cubic meters of wastewater per day.

According to some experts, the start of a new treatment plant that allows for treatment of industrial and domestic waste water, will greatly improve the quality of services provided to all categories of consumers, and the environment in the administrative and industrial center. Capacity of the first stage of BOS responsible for cleaning industrial and stormwater runoff was 107 thousand cubic meters per day. In the area of its service was a third of the Nizhny Tagil, including industrial enterprises, social facilities, the residential sector.

The uniqueness of the new line is the use of modern technology, which is based on the idea of creating a balanced ecosystem of the closed loop. Know-how in technology of sewage treatment allows you to work without the accumulation of excess sludge and takes 94 percent of pollution generated in the energy — gas and heat. In addition, an innovative approach to the work station allows you to clear the water from heavy metals and disinfect a wide range of pollutants, including arsenic.

According to the director, "Water canal-HT" Sergei Usoltseva, the work of a new wastewater treatment plant — it is a positive example of the cooperation of the local authorities and regional water and wastewater utilities.

"The success of the introduction of any innovation in the housing sector is largely dependent on the exchange of information and cooperation between the authorities and the participants in this market — said Usoltsev. — Ignorance of the problem can lead to unreasonable risks. Therefore, it is important to regional water utilities to power them heard and taken an active part in the implementation of their innovative projects. "

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