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“To determine Market Potential of Water & Wastewater Treatment Plant For Doshion Limited.
Durations of Project:
01/03/2011 to 31/05/2011 (2 month)
Method of Data Collection:
Primary Data collection – Questionnaire Method. Secondary data Collection – Yellow Page, Phone Call, Internet.
Scope of the project is to determine the market potential of Water Treatment Plant and creating awareness of Doshion’s Products.
1) End User (Big industries) 2) consultant 3) Power Plant 4) co operative Sugar mills 5) Municipality 6) Government Sector ( Like Airport, railway, Atomic center, ONGC)
Area Covered: ad table
Total Market sale of Water treatment in India (month): 4500 tonnes. Main competitors: 1) Ion Exchange 2) Thermex 3) Nalco. 4) Permionics Membranes Pvt Ltd 5) Wipro 6) Simens 7) Triveni Doshion’s products are known for quality. These products are in initial phase of introduction. Customer gives good response for these products. These products should be called as future products.
Company Profile DOSHION LIMITED. treatment. distribution.Mission & Values Vision Motivated by the Spirit of Enterprise. With a clear focus on water. At DOSHION. has been known as a leader in complete water cycle management. to become a global entity and establish the highest standards in the area of Water Management Business and provide better value to our customers. infrastructure and assets management solutions. Frost & Sullivan felicitated Doshion Limited with the 2009 Brand Development Strategy Leadership Award in the Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market. waste management. . engineering & project management. transmission. cost effective and reliable solutions for the municipalities as well as industry. since the past 32 years. flux and transformation. These strategies led to phenomenal growth and improved its position in the Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market. Mission Consistently grow by providing products and services of international standards so as to maintain high level of customer satisfaction and profitability. Water is the very picture of change. No two moments are alike. Vision. manufacturing capabilities. we offer complete a gamut of technologies. The award was presented for the company having demonstrated excellence in brand development by perceiving customer needs and developing marketing strategies. Today we are not just limited to treatment but touch the entire water cycle management process and offer a complete range of solutions in intake. storage. With an innate understanding of the diverse consumer needs and the copious growth of the Indian business sectors. we are upgrading ourselves with the most advanced technologies as a solution oriented company that makes decision based on the customer requirements and the latest market needs aligning with the latest trends in the water management industry. With our new competencies and capability we now cover the entire cycle of water. We have dedicated all our resources to deliver end to end innovative. we have blended ourselves to these virtues of water and endeavor to change ourselves like water. we invite you to take a fresh look at who we are today. networking. To those who already know us. recycle & reuse and also complete asset management. to enhance shareholder value and opportunities to our employees.
Quality Policy In line with our Corporate Philosophy. by constantly raising our bars. The company has also been awarded both the EN ISO 9001: 2000 Quality Management System Certification and EN ISO 14001 Environment Management System Certification given by the globally respected agency that's TUV of Germany. We reaffirm our commitment for providing reliable Quality Products and Services through. ELANTAS Beck has crossed many milestones in its journey on the path of excellence. USA.. . WE WILL ANSWER PEOPLE's MOST BASIC NEED.. Training and Motivating employees and Associates. WATER" Management Dhirajlal S. Use of Prime Quality raw materials Defined process Control at each stage of manufacturing to achieve excellence by doing all tasks right at the first time Meeting or Exceeding National and International standards defined by market.. Implementation of latest International Quality Management System and Standards "THROUGH PERSISTENCE PRAGMATISM AND UNWAVERING INTEGRITY. for continual improvement Attracting the best talents available nationally and internationally to strengthen our team. • • • • • • • Mastering and applying the latest Technologies in the field through Research and strategic partnerships. ELANTAS Beck is the first Indian manufacturer of insulation and resin products to receive the approbation of product certifications from the Underwriters Laboratory. Doshi (Chairman) Ashit D. Doshi (Managing Director) Certification It is often believed that the success of an organization is measured by its achievements. stakeholders & employees.Values Spot talent and infuses in them the spirit of Entrepreneurship with performance as a benchmark and fosters corporate integrity in the interest of customers.
Tel. 25. GIDC Estate. 5 Shed No. Tel.: +91-44-26221401 Tel. Plot No.: +91-79-26574377.: +62-21-6514-961 Fax: +62-21-6514-962 E-mail: indonesia@doshionveolia. 25831156. B/8.com Chennai : Mumbai : Tel. Ahmedabad . Tel. Plot No.com hyderabad@doshionveolia. 26.:+91-79-25832661. GIDC.com Unit No. Tel. 5D.382 445. Ahmedabad . Phase II. Road No. GIDC Estate. Phase II. : +91-79-30406000. Gandhidham. A 65 to A 70. 22022175 Fax: +91-40-27904552 Fax: +91-11-22044979 E-mail: E-mail: email@example.com Unit No. Sector 3. Ahmedabad .: +91-11-22502064.Marketing Network Marketing & Export Head Office: Corporate Office : DOSHION VEOLIA WATER SOLUTIONS Plot No.com .: +91-22-24043189. GIDC.382 420. 22901250 Fax:+91-79-22900040 E-mail:unit2@doshionveolia. 89 & 103. 25890848 Fax:+91-79-25893408 E-mail:unit1@doshionveolia. 107 to 112.com Unit No.: +91-33-23375044. Kathwada. Gujarat (India).com Manufacturing Unit No. Vatva. 2 Plot No.3 Shri Ambica Estate. Gujarat (India). 23375045 Fax: +91-33-23593375 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hyderabad : New Delhi : Tel. Phase-1. Gujarat (India). Aslali.com Kolkata : Tel.382 420. 24.com Jakarta Indonesia : Tel. 284 (A-II Type).: +91-40-32912837. E-mail : unit3@doshionveolia. 4 Plot No.382 445.:+91-2836-321434 Fax:+91-2836-252957 E-mail:: unit5@doshionveolia. Gujarat (India). Phase I. By-pass Road. Gujarat (India). 25891916 Fax : +91-79-30406299 Ahmedabad : Tel. 32912917 Tel. Tel. 26573746.:+91-79-32508480 E-mail:unit4@doshionveolia. Kutch. 24081193 Fax: +91-44-26220591 Fax: +91-22-24072611 E-mail: E-mail: mumbai@doshionveolia. Gujarat (India).:+91-79-22901248. 1 Chemicals Plant Plot No. Ahmedabad .382 427.com Unit No. Kathwada. 32988917 Fax: +91-79-26574367 E-mail: email@example.com chennai@doshionveolia. Vatva. Kandla Special Economic Zone. Ahmedabad .
was built in Scotland. because people could not yet distinguish between foul and clean water.com/history-water-treatment. He invented the practice of sieving water. In 300-200 BC. the first water pipes were installed. The main purpose of the bag was to trap sediments that caused bad tastes or odours. water treatment methods were recommended. After 500 BC. and . Van Leeuwenhoek first observed water micro organisms. British scientist John Snow found that the direct cause of the outbreak was water pump contamination by sewage water. Not much was known about micro organisms. The future for water treatment was uncertain. After the fall of the Roman Empire enemy forces destroyed many aqueducts. and this paved the way for water disinfection. These were made of wool. He attempted to remove salt particles by means of an unsophisticated form of sand filtration. Experimentation of two Dutch spectacle makers experimented with object magnification led to the discovery of the microscope by Antonie van Leeuwenhoek in the 1670s. and straining. in 1627 the water treatment history continued as Sir Francis Bacon started experimenting with seawater desalination. and horse and cart distributed the water. Since the water in the pump had tasted and smelled normal. The major motive for water purification was better tasting drinking water. or chemical contaminants. and others were no longer applied. The invention enables scientists to watch tiny particles in water. The suggestion was made that every person should have access to safe drinking water. In the 1700s the first water filters for domestic application were applied.Background: Significant historical events forming the basis for today's water treatment systems In ancient Greek and Sanskrit (India) writings dating back to 2000 BC. because of a lack of scientific innovations and experiments. The outbreak seemed less severe in areas where sand filters were installed. Turbidity was the main driving force between the earliest water treatments. He grinded and polished lenses and thereby achieved greater magnification. Rome built its first aqueducts. They applied the chemical alum for suspended particle settlement. and they were also educated in sand and gravel filtration. Some three years later. He applied chlorine to purify the water. which was called the ‘Hippocratic sleeve’. and obtained the first bag filter. People back than knew that heating water might purify it. In 1854 it was discovered that a cholera epidemic spread through water. boiling. but it did paved the way for further experimentation by other scientists. This discovery led to governments starting to install municipal water filters (sand filters and chlorination). water supply was no longer as sophisticated as before.htm#ixzz1HZvI4Gqu During the Middle Ages (500-1500 AD). Than. Archimedes invented his water screw Read more: http://www. These centuries where also known as the Dark Ages. the conclusion was finally drawn that good taste and smell alone do not guarantee safe drinking water. In 1676. In 1804 the first actual municipal water treatment plant designed by Robert Thom. but it would take somewhat longer before this was actually brought to practice in most countries.lenntech. sponge and charcoal. Pictures of this purification technique were found on the wall of the tomb of Amenophis II and Ramses II. The water treatment was based on slow sand filtration. Hippocrates discovered the healing powers of water. the Egyptians first discovered the principle of coagulation. It did not exactly work. After 1500 BC.
The general principle in the developed world now was that every person had the right to safe drinking water.htm#ixzz1HZvvQnnK Doshion Veolia Water Solutions aims at executing small. Water experts started looking for alternative water disinfectants. In the 1890s America started building large sand filters to protect public health. Additionally. and water treatment plants were adapted. Read more: http://www. Starting in 1970. These turned out to be a success. Today. reference and new developments taking place worldwide. flocculation. An example is trihalomethane (THM) formation from chlorine disinfection. In 1974 the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was formulated. Risk assessments were enabled after 1990. Worldwide Veolia Business units shall benefit from DVWS's low cost high quality manufacturing standard solutions and fabrication capacity and enhance their offerings. other materials have replaced many lead water pipes. based on coliform growth. and active carbon adsorption were applied. rapid sand filtration was now applied. and it was linked to the aggravation and cause of respiratory disease. starting 1914 drinking water standards were implemented for drinking water supplies in public traffic. such waterborne illnesses as cholera and typhoid became less and less common as water chlorination won terrain throughout the world. people started installing home water filters and shower filters to prevent negative effects of chlorine in water. Chlorine vaporizes much faster than water. medium & large size EPC Projects for Water & Waste Water Management facilities in Municipal. membrane development for reverse osmosis was added to the list. Instead of slow sand filtration. Infrastructural and Industrial projects. Techniques such as aeration. These organics were linked to cancer. Eventually. The JV shall also have an excess to knowledge. to anthropogenic water pollution such as pesticide residues and industrial sludge and organic chemicals. The high pH level of disinfected water enabled corrosion. public health concerns shifted from waterborne illnesses caused by diseasecausing micro organisms. After some time the negative effects of this element were discovered. Cations were removed from water by exchanging them by sodium or other cations. in ion exchangers. Water treatment experimentation today mainly focuses on disinfection by-products. Subsequently. the Clean Water Act was passed in the United States. resulting in both coagulation and disinfection.com/history-water-treatment. In the 1980s. Meanwhile. In 1972. Products and Expertise to DVWS customers.hence the first government regulation of public water. Dr. thus integrating India on a global map. Fuller found that rapid sand filtration worked much better when it was preceded by coagulation and sedimentation techniques. In 1906 ozone was first applied as a disinfectant in France. Joint venture between Doshion Limited and Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies shall bring Global VWS expertise to Indian Subcontinent & part of south East Asia and provide an access to all Veolia Technologies. But the victory obtained by the invention of chlorination did not last long.lenntech. In 1903 water softening was invented as a technique for water desalination. It would take until the 1940s before drinking water standards applied to municipal drinking water. In 1902 calcium hypo chlorite and ferric chloride were mixed in a drinking water supply in Belgium. Regulation now focused on industrial waste and industrial water contamination. . Filter capacity was improved by cleaning it with powerful jet steam. Lead also became a concern after it was discovered to corrode from water pipes.
is aerated and the addition of chemicals to aid in coagulation and flocculation occurs in the flash mix chamber. precipitation. The water will pass through a filtration system after the sedimentation basin. In water and wastewater. it is then allowed to go through coagulation and flocculation. though we still need to treat the water before we drink it due to all the pollution and bacteria in the environment. Chlorine is added as the final step and then the water is stored until it is distributed to the consumer. infiltration. Hydrologic Cycle Hello. project management skills and the similar experience of large size projects covering mega cities and industrial hubs. speed. removing partilces that were too small to settle out. and then falls back to the earth's surface as rain. there are many concepts to learn so I thought I would start out with the way nature treats water . The hydrologic cycle provides the supply of water for us to use for consumption. continuously cycling through over and over. The diagram below shows an overview of the process. and settle out in the sedimentation basin. I'm Rosa Cooke from Mountain Empire Community College. forms clouds. J M Herrewyn | CEO Ashit D Doshi| Managing Director Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Doshion Veolia Water Solutions Introduction to Water and Wastewater treatment: Nature treats water in its own way through the hydrologic cycle.the hydrologic cycle. I would like to introduce you to a subject called water and wastewater treatment. and evapotranspiration. The hydrologic cycle follows water as it evaporates from the earth's surface. In the water treatment plant the water comes in from the source. runoff. The five basic processes that make up the hydrologic cycle are condensation.DVWS shall provide new fuel to water management industry and fill that gap that exists today in form of latest technology. .
while plants return water to the atmosphere by transpiration. Water treatment in a typical water treatment plant is shown in the picture below. Based on the characteristics of the raw water and on other factors. Introduction to Water Treatment Now that you know how nature treats water. However.Since the cycle is continuous. infiltration. Surface water evaporates. . returning moisture to the atmosphere. and evapotranspiration. so you can begin anywhere. there is no actual beginning or end. there are five basic processes that make up the hydrologic cycle: Condensation. this treatment process may vary considerably from place to place. which result in precipitation when the conditions are suitable. Water vapor condenses to form clouds. runoff. precipitation. Precipitation falls to the surface and infiltrates the soil or flows to the ocean as runoff. let's see how it's done in the water plant before we consume it in a glass of water.
Potassium permanganate (KmnO4) may be added to the water in the collection tray of the aerator in order to remove iron and manganese from the water. the fine particles of contaminants gather together into large clumps called floc. Here. Coagulants cause fine particles to clump together into larger particles. the . and removes organic contaminants. some of the floc settles out of the water and is removed. control odors and taste. and aid in coagulation and setttling. Many of these are dependent upon the plant and the amount of water being distributed daily. neutralize hydrogen sulfide (H2S). In most cases. remove algae. Next. After flowing out of the flash mix chamber. Here. The water may be prechlorinated to kill microorganisms. spring. oxidizes iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn). Hexametaphosphate may be added to prevent corrosion of pipes. Alkali are added to adjust the pH as well as to oxidize iron and manganese. various chemicals are added and are mixed into the water. the water goes through a chamber which causes coagulation and flocculation to occur. river. the water then enters a flash mix chamber. removes hydrogen sulfide (H2S). and aid in flocculation. The water may also be aerated.As water is pumped from the source (a well. Ozone may be added to the water to treat iron and manganese. at the water plant. Then. or lake) it is screened to remove debris. When the water flows into the sedimentation basin. various characteristics of the raw water are tested. which removes carbon dioxide (CO2) and raises pH.
chemical and mechanical techniques available. That was a quick overview of the water treatment process and what happens to water as it goes through the plant step by step. The function of a wastewater treatment plant is to speed up this natural cleansing process. The water is now treated and ready to be distributed. it was not until the 19th century that large cities began to understand the necessity of reducing the amount of pollutants in the used water they were discharging to the environment. These outbreaks were traced to pathogenic bacteria in the polluted water. chlorine is added to the water. The practice of wastewater collection and treatment has been developed and perfected. physical.water is passed through filters which remove particles too small to settle out in the sedimentation basin. public health and water quality are protected better today than ever before. What happens in a wastewater treatment plant is essentially the same as what occurs naturally in an ocean. The water is left in the clear well for a period of time to allow the chlorine to kill bacteria in the water and to oxidize hydrogen sulfide. . lake. populations had become so concentrated by 1850 that outbreaks of life threatening diseases became commonplace. As a result. river or stream. Despite large supplies of fresh water and the natural ability of surface waters to cleanse themselves over time. why it is done and how to make sure each step is being done efficiently. using some of the most technically sound biological. We will get into greater detail in later lessons so that you will understand each step of the process. The water may also be fluoridated to reduce tooth decay in the consumers. Finally. Although sewers to remove foul-smelling water were common in ancient Rome. You may be surprised to learn that the treatment of wastewater is a relatively modern practice.
. Typically 200 to 500 litres of wastewater are generated for every person connected to the system each day. businesses. Industrial/commercial wastewater is flow generated and discharged from manufacturing and commercial activities such as printing.0 SOURCES Wastewater can be defined as the flow of used water discharged from homes. Institutional wastewater characterizes wastewater generated by large institutions such as hospitals and educational facilities. cleaning and personal hygiene. This wastewater is further categorized and defined according to its sources of origin. TREATMENT OBJECTIVES The overall water management objectives of wastewater treatment are associated with the removal of pollutants and the protection and preservation of our natural water resources. commercial activities and institutions which is directed to treatment plants by a carefully designed and engineered network of pipes. industries. The amount of flow handled by a treatment plant varies with the time of day and with the season of the year. The term “domestic wastewater” refers to flows discharged principally from residential sources generated by such activities as food preparation. laundry.Treatment : 2. food and beverage processing and production to name a few. Of specific concern is protection of human health by the destruction of pathogenic organisms present in wastewater prior to treated effluent being discharged to receiving waters.
) . DVWS has played its role to establish many technologies in India Viz. Reverse Osmosis. Over these years.) 2. He strives to look for new technological solutions to offer added comforts to his customers.) Micro / Ultra filtration (Low pressure membrane filtration system for fine filtration up to 0. Sea Water desalination.Technology At DVWS technology is the real differential to serve for customers. Actiflo (An Ultimate clarifier using Ballasted Microsand to allow higher rise rates and space savings.1 micron level for SDI and Turbidity control.Tube Settler(Rugged sedimentation unit with no moving parts to clarify high suspended impurities) HRSCR Clarifier (Advanced clarification unit with internal sludge re-circulation mechanism for optimum chemical consumption.) Ultra Violet (Chemical free disinfection using Ultra-violet radiation) Electro Chlorination (In-situ production of oxidant for microbial control using common salt or sea water.) Media Filtration / Organic Scavenger (Coarse / Fine pressure filtration to remove suspended solids with wide choices of media) Filtraflo (Advance high rate deep bed gravity filters post clarifiers) Submerged UF (Submersed membrane filtration for better pretreatment control without chemical addition and sludge generation. convert the knowledge gained as solution and launch the same at market place for benefits to all. ultra filtration & EDI and we continue to do so in future. team and acquire competence. Types of water and wastewater treatment from dvws: Pre Treatment 1. they have established the system to source new technology.
) RO + EDI for Pharma & Electronics (Up to 99% removal of TDS using reverse osmosis membrane technology.TVC Thermal Desalination (Multi effect distillation for production of pure water from sea water using thermal energy. silica removal using DC current.) MED .Water Purification De – mineralization (Ion Exchange Process for removal of ionic impurities from water for steam generation. NOx control. SWRO (Reverse Osmosis System treating Sea water with up to 99.) Nano Filtration (NF) / Reverse Osmosis (RO) Up to 99% removal of TDS using reverse osmosis membrane technology for brackish water.) Chemical free continuous de-ionization for excellent TDS. CO2 or purified water for ozone generation for very fast disinfection. silica removal with hot water sanitization Nexus (Advanced oxidation process utilizing air. ) Mix Bed Exchanger (IX Process to polish the de-mineralized water to lower conductivity and SiO2 levels. .Power Plant (Chemical free continuous de-ionization for excellent TDS.) Condensate Polishing (Online high pressure condensate polishing plant with in-situ/external regeneration.) CEDI .5% rejection of salts.
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