About the Practice
Problem Statement:

Renewable source of energy , Savage water use


In his design, valves and sensors are located at each junction node for control and calibration. The sewage water is first filtered at source so that solid waste is separated and is used for biogas while the filtered water is used to run a turbine coupled with a generator to produce electrical energy and the water flowing out is partly issued for drip irrigation and partly for recharging the ground water. The novelty of this idea lies in using the sewage water for multiple critical needs, all integrated in a multi-stage flow.The electricity thus generated can be used directly for supplying to and can be stored as well.The filtered water can also be purified by a solar-based system and used as portable water. Conventionally, sewage waste is used for direct charging of biogas plants. Filtration removes solid and concentrates the degradable material, which in turn increases gas production as well as methane content.The innovative idea can be installed in municipal drainage networks, urban canals, and sewage networks in huge factories.http://nif.org.in/innovation/generating_energy_-from_movement_of_sewage/341

About the Innovator

Knowledge Provider / Innovator: K Balakrishna
Address: #151, 1st Cross, 1st Main Swathantra Nagar, Virgo Nagar Post
City: Bangalore
State: Karnataka
PIN Code 560049

Practice Details

Link:  Widely applicable  Natural  Easy to use  Economic  User Friendly
Manufacturing Capacity: b) Design Support, c) Sub-contracting, d) Licensing, e) Franchising
Problem Scale: • India • World

GIAN Reference: GIAN/UAL/1230

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