Distillery Plant

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TOPIC NO INTRODUCTION MANFACTURING PROCESS BIOGAS PRODUCTION R.O PLANT CONCLUSION REFERENCE

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Distillery Plant

INTRODUCTION

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Distillery Plant

We student of Bharati vidyapeeth college of engineering ,Kolhapur has visited one of leading distillery companies in India. The company name THE KOLHAPUR SUGAR MILLS LTD , DISTILLERY DIVISION ,Kasaba bawada,kolhapur -416006. The 295 distilleries in India produce 2.7 billion litres of alcohol and generating 40 billion litres of wastewater annually. The enormous distillery wastewater has potential to produce 1100 million cubic meters of biogas. The population equivalent of distillery wastewater based on BOD has been reported to be as high as 6.2 billion which means that contribution of distillery waste in India to organic pollution is approximately seven times more than the entire Indian population. The wastewater from distilleries, major portion of which is spentwash, is nearly 15 times the total alcohol production. This massive quantity, approximately 40 billion litres of effluent, If disposed untreated can cause considerable stress on the water courses leading to widespread damage to aquatic life One of the most important environmental problems faced by the world is management of wastes. Industrial processes create a variety of wastewater pollutants; which are difficult and costly to treat. Wastewater characteristics and levels of pollutants vary significantly from industry to industry. Now-a-days emphasis is laid on waste minimization and
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having extremely high COD and BOD values. Production of ethyl alcohol in distilleries based on cane sugar molasses constitutes a major industry in Asia and South America. It is one of the most complex. The aqueous distillery effluent stream known as spent wash is a dark brown highly organic effluent and is approximately 12-15 times by volume of the product alcohol.C. . and process modifications and the byproduct recovery as a fall out of manufacturing process creates ample scope for revenue generation thereby offsetting the costs substantially. having extremely high COD and BOD values. Production of ethyl alcohol in distilleries based on cane sugar molasses constitutes a major industry in India.O. troublesome and strongest organic industrial effluents.K. It is one of the most complex.E. troublesome and strongest organic industrial effluents. Pollution prevention focuses on preventing the generation of wastes.V. distillery spent wash is a potential source of renewable energy. Because of the high concentration of organic load. The aqueous distillery effluent stream known as spent wash is a dark brown highly organic effluent and is approximately 12-15 times by volume of the product alcohol. Because of the high 4 B. The world’s total production of alcohol from cane molasses is more than 13 million m3/annum. The world’s total production of alcohol from cane molasses is more than13 million m3/annum.Distillery Plant revenue generation through byproduct recovery. while waste minimization refers to reducing the volume or toxicity of hazardous wastes by water recycling and reuse.

V.O.Distillery Plant concentration of organic load.K. .E. distillery spent wash is a potential source of renewable energy. MANUFACTURING PROCESS 5 B.C.

C.V. It is uniformly distributed in the calandria top so that liquid falls inside the tube area in the form of thin film. Dry saturated steam/vapor is supplied as heating medium in the jacket which causes evaporation of water from feed liquid in the calandria. . Vapors generated are separated in 1st vapor separator and passed in the jacket of 2nd calandria as heating medium. It then it passes through all the effect to meet its final required concentration.Distillery Plant General Description of the Plant: Feed is received in a level controlled balance tank and passed backward through pre-heaters using vapor from preceding effect as heating medium. All the evaporation 6 B. Concentrated product from 1st effect is fed to calandria of 2nd effect.O.E. Product with desired solid content from last effect is taken out.K. Vapors from last effect are condensed in surface condenser. Preheated feed is then fed to the 1st effect calandria.

O. Based on the Material of construction we offer the evaporator with Two options: MOC  All Product Contact Parts Except Tube: J-4 contact  Steam/Vapor/Condensate parts-MS  Calandria tubes – SS 304  Pumps contact parts – SS 304 & C Mixing of Concentrate at 40% solids from evaporator with Bagasse and dry it in the rotary dryer to get dried Bagasse mix as fuel to boiler at 15% moisture. TVR (Thermal Vapor Recompression) system is used. To lower the steam utility consumption. . The concentrated product at the desired concentration is continuously taken out from the plant.V.E.K.2% solids to 40% solids. Five Effect Falling Film Evaporator with TVR System for 24 m3/h biomachinated effluent for concentrating from 4. Part of vapors from intermediate effect is thermally recompressed by motive steam and mix flow is given in the jacket to 1st effect of evaporator.C.Distillery Plant effects operate under vacuum maintained by vacuum pump/system. 7 B.

24. 2500.240 kg/h at 4. Sp Gr=1.0 -7.E.2% pH – 7.V.5 Suspended Solids <500 PPM Specific gravity = 1.O.01 A.2800kcal/kg and can be used as a fuel for burning into boiler for generation of steam/energy.K. EVAPORATOR FOR EFFLUENT CONCENTRATION 8 B.01 Please note that in our evaporation system the feed should be free from suspended solids. Dry saturated Steam Feed effluent.C. For separation of suspended solids please keep provision of settling tank/clarifier/decanter.2% TS (24 m3/h) At 9 kg/cm2-g Five Effect Falling Water Evaporation Film A 2545 kg/h at 40% TS 21.Distillery Plant The feed characteristics considered are: • • • • Total Solids in feed effluent –4. Material and Energy balance chart : Bio-Methanated effluent Operation : 20 hrs/Day EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT FOR RO REJECT OF BIO-METHANATED EFFLUENT FOR 480 m3/day CAPACITY ( 24 m3/h). The effluent powder generated by drying the concentrate+Bagasse mix would have Calorific Value approx.695 kg/h Concentrate Evaporating System .

K.E.V.0% TS C Hot air Water evaporation 2395 kg/h Mixed Bagasse fired hot air generator 1000 kg/h Mixed Bagasse Fuel Dried mix 2695 kg/h at 15% moisture 1695 kg/h To be used as Fuel for boiler 9 B.C.O.Distillery Plant B. . ROTARY DRYER FOR DRYING CONCENTRATE +BAGASSE MIX Concentrate Mixing with Bagasse B Bagasse 2545 kg/h at 50% moisture Mixing in Twin Blender Concentrate from Evaporator 2545 kg/h at 40% solids Concentrate +Bagasse Mix 5090kg/h at 45.

21.E. Specify 4.695 kg/h WATER EVAPORATION Unit (kg/h) O 24.01 IN (%) (kg/h) (kg/h) 40 2545 21.695 .O.C.240 Pl.2 500 PPM C (%) < SUSPENDED GRAVITY OF 1.K.Distillery Plant TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATING PARAMETERS FOR EVAPORATOR A) EQUIPMENT EVAPORATOR FIVE EFFECT FALLING FILM EVAPORATOR TYPE WITH THERMAL VAPOUR RECOMPRESSION (TVR) SYSTEM CAPACITY OPERATING PARAMETERS FEED RATE FEED TEMPERATURE INITIAL SOLIDS TOTAL SOLIDS SPECIFIC FEED SOLIDS CONCENTRATE CONCENTRATE OUTPUT WATER EVAPORATION SERVICES/UTILITIES REQUIRED 10 B.V.

K.E.Distillery Plant DRY SATURATED STEAM REQUIREMENT kg/cm2-g COOLING CIRCULATION RATE AT 30°C POWER INSTALLED POWER CONSUMED COMPRESSED REQUIREMENT AT 6 kg/cm2-g PRESSURE COOLING WATER INLET TEMP.C. TOLERANCE: ALL PERFORMANCE FIGURE WITHIN ± 5% ALL CONSUMPTION FIGURE WITHIN ± 10% WATER (°C) 30 – 32 AIR (Nm3/h) 7 (kW) (kW) 80 50 WATER (m3/h) 217 AT 9 (kg/h) 3100 (°C) 38 – 40 11 B. COOLING OUTLET TEMP.V. .O.

K.Distillery Plant B&C.O.E. . ROTARY DRYER FOR DRYING CONCENTRATE +BAGASSE MIX TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATING PARAMETERS FOR ROTARY DRYER OPERATING PARAMETERS FOR ROTARY DRYER EQUIPMENT QUANTITY PRODUCT : : ROTARY DRYER : 1 SET CONCENTRATE + BAGASSE MIX OPERATING PARAMETERS FEED RATE ( FEED MIX) (kg/h) (2545 5090 kg/h kg/h + concentrate 2545 kg/h @40%TS Bagasse @ 50% moisture) FEED SOLID FINAL MOISTURE IN PRODUCT WATER EVAPORATION RATE (%) (%) (kg/h) 45 15 2395 12 B.C.V.

.K.V.C.Distillery Plant PRODUCT OUTPUT (DRIED) HOT AIR INLET TEMPERATURE HOT AIR OUTLET TEMPERATURE UTILITY REQUIREMENT: POWER INSTALLED POWER CONSUMED MIXED FUEL (kg/h) (oC) (oC) 2695 300-350 90-100 (kW) (kW) 135 90 (DRIED BAGASSE+CONCENTRATE MIX) FIRED HOT AIR GENERATOR (kg/h) 1000 TOLERANCE: ALL PERFORMANCE FIGURE WITHIN ± 5 % ALL CONSUMPTION FIGURE WITHIN ± 10% 13 B.O.E.

when the surface is almost dried. 0. One cubic metre of methanated effluent contains nearly 5 kg of potassium.1 to 1. Mostly the distillery wastewaters are used for pre-sowing irrigation. After 15-20 days. 28 kg of nitrogen and 2 kg of phosphates.01 to 1.5 percent potash as KO. the effluent is diluted 2-3 times before application on crops.V. the irrigation with distillery wastewater seems to be an attractive agricultural practice which not only augments crop yield but also provides a plausible solution for the land disposal of the effluents. If one centimetre of post methanation effluent is applied on one hectare of agricultural land annually. The irrigational and manorial potential of distillery wastewaters is given below: 14 B.0 percent phosphorus as PO and 0. 100 kg of sulphates. . However.Distillery Plant DISTILLERY WASTEWATER UTILISATION IN AGRICULTURE Being very rich in organic matters. 300 grams of nitrogen and 20 grams of phosphorus.C. it will yield nearly 600 kg of potassium.5 percent Nitrogen as N2. The post-harvest fields are filled with distillery effluents. increases availability of certain nutrients and capability to retain water and also improves the physical structure of soil.6 to 21. Apparently. the utilisation of distillery effluents in agricultural fields creates organic fertilization in the soil which raises the pH of the soil. The distillery effluent contains 0. 360 kg of calcium. the fields are tilled and the crops are sown and subsequent irrigation is given with fresh water.K.O.E.

Aerobic Packed Tower stabilization.Activated sludge process The spent wash is finally treated in on ASP systems consists of following units.V.AERATION SYSTEM.C.69380 PO .E.87 N .K.O. This is modified version of contact stabilization and specialized culture is periodically added to the system. We have achieved 55 to 60 % of BOD reduction through Bio-Tower. a) Conventional Aeration Tank15 B. 2.11335 KO . The system consists of following units.Distillery Plant i) Total Volume available in Million m3/annum : ii) Nutrients Contribution Potential (tonnes/annum) : 6. .27480 We have provided Bio-Tower followed by Extended type aeration 1.BIOTOWER.

8 meter Dia 3 meter SWD MLSS is maintained at a high concentration of about 4000 mg/lit and the final treated effluent having BOD in the order of 250 to 300 mg/lit. . with required fresh water dilution will be supplied for ferti-irrigation.7 meter Dia 3 meter SWD Extended Aeration Tank. Clarifier.E.25 meter 13 meter 3. We are having about 250. ECONOMICAL ASPECTS 16 B.5 meter c) Geomiller make Aerators. We are having separate arrangement for mixing of finally treated spent with fresh water. d) Clarifier.20 HP 2 Nos. area.08 Acers of land for fertiirrigation and we are planning to have agreement with Maharashtra State Farming Corporation for about 35 Acers of additional land for fertiirrigation and we are supplying this treated spent wash for ferti-irrigation free of cost to the farmers and up-to their farms. if required to achieve the MPCB norm and separate underground pipelines are laid-down for carrying this treated spent wash to the farms.K.Distillery Plant b) 25 meter 25 meter 3.C.O.V.5 meter Geomiller make Aerators. for taking treated spent-wash for ferti-irrigation.20 HP 4 Nos. We are having agreements of farmers with their khassa no.

it is predicted that the utilisation of distillery effluent for irrigation of land would make avail-able nitrogen. would be required to energising these systems if 246 distilleries endeavour to reduce the BOD level of effluent to the extent possible. which would require capital investment of the order of about Rs 1400 crores. So it will be an attractive practice to utilise the distillery effluents for ferti-irrigation of land after primary treatment.W.W. The generation of the desired energy would need an installed load of 350 M.E. the microbes present in it transform the lands into fertile ones. as land is available in abundance around the distilleries which are located in the sugarcane belts.V. 17 B. However. As the secondary and tertiary systems for the treatment of distillery effluent are highly energy intensive and according to the estimates of the Union Ministry of Energy a total connected load of 200 M. . Farmers could save nitrogenous fertilisers worth Rs 1335 crores per annum if at least 200 distilleries of out country recycled their wastes to the agricultural fields. The added advantage of this application would be that these fertilisers would be available to soil in organic form.C.K.O. phosphorous and potash valued at about Rs 500 crores each year.Distillery Plant When the distillery effluents are used for irrigation in fallow lands. giving high yields of paddy and sugarcane.

K.O.C.V.E. .Distillery Plant BIOGAS PRODUCTION 18 B.

Distillery Plant III.000 to 60.BIOGAS AS A PRIMARY TREATMENT The wastewaters generated during the distillery and brewery operations contain high organic loads. aquaculture and potash recovery. The effluent after getting mixed with recycled biomass from Lamella Clarifier to maintain a feed temperature of 36-38oC is fed to the digester.SULZER TECHNOLOGY The effluent from the distillery unit is received into a receiving tank (one day holding capacity). 19 B.K. PROCESS DESCRIPTION.000 mg/1. So due to this high organic contents. the wastewaters can be subjected to treatment for the production of biogas. It has a BOD from 30.V. The feed rate is controlled by a manual control valve and a flow meter provided in the feed line and the sludge recycling line. Suspended solids settled in this tank can be removed from time to time and clear effluent is pumped to Bio-digester. where it is allowed to settle for 48 hours. . A.E.O.C. composting.

25.Distillery Plant For the production of biogas from distillery effluent. anaerobic biomethanation of the effluent is adopted. Through suitable coupling the engine can be coupled with the A/C generator for generation of electricity from biogas. It needs less installation area and its construction cost is lower compared to any other system. High rate anaerobic technologies are utilized for biogas generation.O. This is a stable and automatic process with low operational costs. Some of the biogas production processes being commercial1y established in India at present are: BIOTHANE PROCESS: This process uses the UASB reactor for the production of biogas. It uses UFB reactors. For a plant having 40-45.  BIOPAQ PROCESS: In this process anaerobic bacteria are used to treat the distillery effluents for the production of biogas. Fluidised Bed Reactors and Up flow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) Reactors are mostly utilized for the production of biogas from the effluents. .50 lakhs can be saved annually for a distillery having 300 working days in a year.C. The separated sludge in this process makes excellent manure. UASB process is utilized here.  BIOBED PROCESS: It is similar to Bio thane process. The generated biogas from UASB reactor of BioPaq process can be collected and be used as a fuel in gas/dual engine.K. generally.000 kg COD/day 75-80% of COD can be reduced and nearly Rs.V. For a 45 klpd distillery 11 KV of 20 B.E. The generated biogas is used to produce steam for the distillation of alcohol and thus it replaces 50-60% of the total required energy in the process of distillation.

2.Curing-28 days. 652 lakhs per year.O. Kasba Bavda. Maharashtra is based on Sulzer's technology. B.C. A biogas plant at the distillery of Kolhapur Sugar Mills.22 days. SPENT WASH PRODUCED AFTER BIOGAS PRODUCTION: Spent wash volume received daily from biogas plant-( 50% reject from RO plant of 240 m3 capacity +240 m3 Of Biodigester outlet:-360 m3/day.  SULZER' S PROCESS: The technology of this type of biogas plant is provided by Sulzer Brothers Limited. The capacity of this distillery is 6. It is specifically made for Indian conditions. Switzerland.000 lpd which generates 900 m3 of spent wash per day. . The savings in the cost of fuel is in the range of Rs.E.550 to 21. 312 lakhs to Rs.Distillery Plant power is generated which is then utilized in the distillery thus cutting down the power consumption.K. The biogas production is in the range of 16. Total area of composting a) For spent wash storage21 1 acre.Kolhapur .Spraying. Surface composting Composting cycle spraying period and curing period 1.V.870 m3 per day.

K. 14. 0. 46.E. by by filter Two fertiAeration ECONOMICS OF BIOEARTH COMPOSTING 22 B.50 acres.V. Trickling followed stage followed irrigation. 5 acres. 4000-4500 1:2. Number of composting cycles followed in a yearThe press-mud used in one compost cycleM. .Distillery Plant b) c) d) e) f) Compost yardStorage of compostArea of leach ate collection drainArea of green beltStorage of press mudTOTAL AREA- 15 acres.75 acres.C.O.5 N. 10 acres.A.T. The ratio of spent wash to press-mud being obtainedProblem with aerotillerTreatment for balance spent wash if needed- Four.25 ACRES.

C.000 MT per year 1.Distillery Plant Capacity of the Distillery Number of working days in a year In the Distillery In the Composting Plant Generated spentwash Plant) Solid content in spentwash Spentwash to Press mud Ratio Man Power Required Culture Requirement Press mud requirement Cost of Culture Cost of Press mud Man Power cost Capital Cost land) Land Requirement Bio Earth Production Annual Maintenance Costs costs 50 KLPD 300 275 350 KLPD (Biostil 17 % 2.5 MT/annum 43.000 MT/ annum Rs 1.5 % of equipment 23 B.E.O. .75 lakhs per MT Rs 12 per MT Rs 50 per day Rs 175 lakhs (excluding 25 acres 38.V.K.5 KL : 1 MT 50 31.

This potassium is used as a fertilizer.34 tonnes of Potassium sulphate and 1. The potassium salts are crystallized in a crystal1izer.O.Distillery Plant % Costs of Funds OPERATION COSTS Cost of Culture Average Cost of Funds Cost of Diesel 55. Then it is neutralized with sulphuric acid and is evaporated.2 tonnes of Potassium chloride per day. It is estimated that a distillery discharging about 300 m3 of spent wash per day could recover 3 tonnes of Potassium as Potassium oxide or about 5.13 lakhs 17. B.K.V.32 lakhs 20 % per annum Further leached with water to dissolve the potassium salts.C.5% potassium chloride (KCl) and 5% of sodium salts.5 lakhs 11.E. REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT 24 .5% of potassium sulphate (K2SO4) 16. The crystallized mixed potassium salt contains 73.

K.O.C.Distillery Plant Reverse Osmosis Process INTRODUCTION Membrane systems have' been used for a number of years in a wide variety of applications.E.V. . The vast majority of these uses have been of laboratory 25 B.

. A recent development in membrane carrier systems. Pipe & Instrument Diagram Drawing No. membrane processing of a multitude of industrial streams is now feasible. the Rochem Disc Tube (disc tube) overcomes the problems of previous modules. Other more difficult process stream have often been left to other technologies. The lack of industrial applications is mainly due to the membrane holding systems.E. The application of the disc tube technology to a number of different industrial water treatment and waste streams. or tubular modules. while the tubular module is too expensive for most applications.240W General layout Drawing No. although large industrial applications exist.V. hollow fine fiber. Spiral Wound and hollow fine fiber modules require very high levels of pretreatment to prevent fouling and scaling. With the disc tube module.O.Distillery Plant scale. instead of being discharged or disposed off. One of the primary uses of membrane systems is the desalination of seawater and brackish water. Elecrtical Drawing No. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Type: ROB100 PT40 . The economics and the removal efficiencies of the disc tube will show how a wastewater was reclaimed for reuse.C.K. : RO / 12B9 / 011 / 03 : RO / 1289 / 021 / 00 : RO / 1289 / 031 / 00 26 B. Conventional membrane systems are spiral-wound.

90 45-65 65 38-42 6. .000 max NOTE: Other trace metals such as Barium. 4.E.5max 30.Distillery Plant TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION RAW WATER 1.Alkalinity as CaC03 Chlorides as CI Sulphates as So 4 Iron as Fe_ Oil & Grease Free chlorine Total Silica as Si02 Fluoride COD BOD M3/hr : bar bar C -ppm mg/ltr J-ls/cm mg/ltr mg/ltr mg/ltr : mglltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : mg/ltr : : : : : : : : : 10. 7. 8. 5. 15. 14. 9. 18.V. Strontiumetc assumed to be Nil. Feed water input Operation pressure range Operation pressure max Raw water temperature nominal pH Total Suspended Solids Total Dissolved Solids (Inorganic) Conductivity feed Total Hardness as CaC03 Calcium Hardness as CaC03 Magnesium Hardness as CaC03 mg/ltr : M-alkalinity as CaC03 P. 10. 20.400max 1400 max 800 max 600 max 2000 max Nil 9000 500 max 0. 6.2 2000 max.O. Any change in parameters exceeds the above designed values the 27 B. 13. 2.8-7.000max 29. 12.C. 3. 19. 17.5max <10 Nil 30max 0. 11. 16.K. 22.000 max 8. 21. .· 21.

V.K. RO CLEANERS & PRESERVATIVES USED: (1) Crank Case Oil (2) Membrane Cleaner 11 (3) Membrane Cleaner 22 (4) Membrane Cleaner 33 (5) Membrane Solution 44 :Multi Viscosity Grade : Rochem Make : Rochem Make : Rochem Make : Rochem Make Premium NITROGEN GAS REQUIREMENT: Nitrogen Gas is used for charging the Pulsation Damper to 30 Bar 28 B.C.E. .Distillery Plant Recovery of permeate will be affected LUBRICANTS.O.

O. Ignorance ofthe operating procedure can cause death. (10) When operating this equipment. (2) The belt guard cover & Control Panel cover is always secured properly.C. (3) No loose wiring to the RO Plant.E. (7) Operating with covers of motorized control valves in open condition. . (6) Manually operating the Electrical Contacts of the electrical motor.V. (5) Relief port of the Relief Valve blocked.Distillery Plant SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT DANGEROUS CONDITIONS: (1) Inspect the HP Hoses for any cracks or damages which will lead to leakages. (8) Undertaking maintenance of RO Plant under pressurized conditions. (4) Do not run without the Pulsation Damper & Relief Valve in the Pump Discharge line. 29 B. (9) Operating the Plant without draining the Cleaners other Preservative from the RO Plant.K. certain parts are electrified. injury or material damage.

. 2.E.K. 7. Triplex Plunger Pump Pulsation Damper Electric motor with belt drive.V. The equipment is fabricated with the highest standard of engineering.C. 5.Distillery Plant (11) Repair and Maintenance must be done by appropriately qualified persons only.: 1. 8. 3. B. 4. All material is free of defects. may be removed only for maintenance or repair and must be re-installed immediately after any such repair or maintenance has been completed. design and workmanship.O. CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS & SPECIFICATION-' : The system is built in modular welded steel profile skid frames for easy installations which helps in economical operation and service. such as pulley I belt guards. The modular unit design simplifies the installation and enables flexible use of limited floor space. Control Panel Measuring Equipments/ Instrument Filter Pump Sand Filters Cartridge Filter 30 6. (12) Protection. Following components are installed in a standard system.

12. Inline Booster Pumps High Pressure Servo Motor Control Valve Diverter Valves Cleaning System Degasser DT Modules with high pressure feed and brine. 15.9.O. 13.E. Flexible Rubber Hoses with a maximum pressure stage of 10 Bar and Permeate Piping PU . . with a maximum pressure stage of 06 bar.K. High Pressure Pipes : The high pressure piping and fittings are fabricated of special steel. 31 B. The nominal DIN pressure stage is P = 65 bar.V. 10.Distillery Plant 9. 11. 14. Dosing System Pure water transfer pump. Low Pressure Pipes: The low pressure valves and piping system is corrosion proof and fabricated of PVC. r~inf0t~'hJgb pressure flexible rubber hoses which are braided with special stainless steel wire with highest standards of corrosion resistance suitable for operation in effluent water\ with a high salt content.C.

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60000 LPD 525 m3/day 37000-42000 mg/lit 80000-100000 mg/lit 33 Effluent Flow c. Distillery Capacity: b.E. COD B.V.C.O.K. Design Parameters a. 275 Lakhs.Distillery Plant Conclusion A) Total Investment in DISTILLERY Plant is about Rs. . BOD d.

5 C) Secondary Effluent Treatment Plant: Bio-filter followed by Two stage Aeration The secondary ETP currently is yielding the following results Effluent Flow BOD pH 525 m3/day 150-200 mg/lit 7-7. 34 B.5 D) Treated effluent if required is diluted with fresh water to achieve MPCB norms and applied on land for ferti-irrigation. .C.V.Distillery Plant e. E) Recently we have started Bio-composting using effluent coming out from Biodigester and press mud collected from Sugar factories to achieve zero discharge.O.E. pH 3.5-5 B) Primary Effluent Treatment – Bio-gas Plant The biogas plant is currently yielding the following results: Effluent Flow BOD COD pH 525 m3/day 4800-5000 mg/lit 28000 – 30000 mg/lit 7-7. The area available now is about 158 acres and about 70 acres will be made available shortly.K.

DISTILLERY DIVISION .com 35 B.E. .V.KOLHAPUR 2.THE KOLHAPUR SUGAR MILLS. WEBSITES: www.K.O.KASABA BAWADA .wikipedia.C.Distillery Plant REFERENCE 1.

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