For reclaiming polluted water, STEPS has developed innovative rapid action technologies that treat sewage / effluent water on line and in less than quarter of the time taken by existing STPs /ETPs.
Eco-innovation for a green future
Steps Prajal – Water Treament
Technology: STEPSonic PHOS-TRAP STEPSORB STEPS POROUS METAL MEMBRANE FILTERS STEPS Aqualizers MICRO2
Solid Waste Management
A company of our size and scope offers many benefits.
A Single Source Supplier You Can Trust
Our broad range of water and wastewater treatment systems gives us the ability to offer you one or several technologies that can be integrated into a total water solution meeting specific project requirements. You benefit from one point of contact, and a company that not only sees, but can deliver, the big pure water picture.
Unparalleled Global Sourcing
As a designer and supplier of water and wastewater treatment systems and services worldwide, we have been able to develop a global sourcing network that can deliver maximum value through the elimination of non-value-added expense.
Fast On-Site Service
Our network of highly trained service engineers, strategically located in different parts of the world, allows us to provide fast and efficient service when and where you need it.
Our portfolio of systems covers every aspect of water treatment for any industrial process. Steps techniron provides a full spectrum of water treatment technologies that can be combined seamlessly for a total water solution.
Industries we Cater to;
Power Generation, Petrochemical/Refinery , Chemical, Microelectronics , Pharmaceutical , Automotive, Pulp & Paper, Steel, Marcellus Shale, Food and beverage, Sugar
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It is self-congratulatory time for the government, with advertisements proclaiming the success of the Swachh Bharat campaign. Government data shows that there has been progress in sanitation. According to the Economic Survey 2017-18, the percentage of rural population covered by sanitation grew from 9% in 1991 to 32% in 2011. The figure grew to 39%…
ALONGSIDE MUMBAI’S growing demand for water, 2,700 million litres a day (mld) of the 3,700 mld water supplied by the municipality is allowed to run out untreated from sewers, polluting the river and the sea. To overcome this challenge, the city will soon see new sewage treatment plants, Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta said on Thursday.…
Mumbai: To stop the direct flow of sewage into the sea, the Mumbai Port Trust has proposed construction of a Rs.9 crore sewage treatment plant (STP) on its land parcel in Wadala (E) near Tejas Nagar, MbPT Colony. After the construction of the plant, the Port proposes to sell this treated water to the oil…
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