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JSP Enviro’s Microbial Fuel Cell For Effluent Treatment

Updated : 26-Aug-2020

Microbial Fuel Cell-Based Water Treatment of Industrial Effluents

The microbial fuel cell generates electricity by treating textile wastewater. The system contains environment-friendly microorganisms that degrade the waste and produce electricity in the process, requiring minimal maintenance and is targeted towards dyeing, printing, leather, dairy industries.

Company Name

JSP Enviro

Headquarters

India

Product Launched in

January 2019

Sustainability Benefits

  • Carbon neutral treatment/removal of industrial effluents from reaching fresh water body sources.
  • The product and the process is net energy positive, contributing to energy conservation.
  • Reduction in quantity of excess sludge.

USP

  • Energy positive effluent treatment technology having net zero OPEX (Operational Expenditure).
  • Typical payback time is 5 years, contributed by energy savings, reduction in excess sludge quantity and tax/carbon credits.
  • Cost of employing the technology is less and the product can be scaled up/down based on requirements with minimal maintenance.
  • Suitable even for small installations, with an organic load as low as 100 Kg BOD/Day.

End user sector

  • Lake and River Water Restoration
  • Textile Wastewater Treatment
  • Industrial Effluent Treatment
  • Carbon-Neutral Effluent Treatment

How does this work?

  • This product is based on environment-friendly microorganisms that degrade the waste and produce electricity in the process.
  • Power generated will run the waste water treatment system and the excess power will be captured through a capacitor and stored.

About the Company

JSP Enviro was established in 2004. They provide quality eco-friendly products and services related to wastewater management for textile, chemical, leather and dairy industries, filters for nanotechnology based water Purification and industrial effluent treatment suing microbial fuel cells. They also specialise in lake and river water restoration and landscaping.

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