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Mechanical operations and maintenance 

We IPAB Facility Management facility services offer high knowledge technician or operator who will maintain and perform the day-to-day operations of below Electro-Mechanical machines, 

1. Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) 

2. Water Treatment Plant (WTP)

3. Organic Waste Composter (OWC)

4. diesel generator(DG) 

Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) 

Sewage treatment is a type of wastewater treatment which aims to remove contaminants from sewage to produce an effluent that is suitable for discharge to the surrounding environment or an intended reuse application, thereby preventing water pollution from raw sewage discharges.

Our technician or operator will perform below day-to-day maintenance, 

  • Screening and Pumping

  • Grit Removal

  • Primary Settling

  • Aeration / Activated Sludge

  • Secondary Settling

  • Oxygen Uptake

  • Sludge Treatment.

Water Treatment Plant (WTP)

In order to meet the demands of a growing population, it’s essential that we harvest as much water as we possibly can to conserve this precious resource. However, before water can be deemed fit for human consumption, it must go through a rigorous water treatment process. Just as the water quality monitoring process has changed over time, so too has that which treats it.

Our technician or operator will perform below day-to-day maintenance, 

  • Collection

  • Screening 

  • Chemical Addition 

  • Coagulation 

  • Filtration 

  • Disinfection 

  • Storage 

  • Distribution

Organic Waste Composter (OWC)

Keeping food wastes from mixing with paper wastes or glass, and so on, makes it easier to reuse, recycle, and get rid of materials, and helps prevent the health problems caused by mixed waste. ... Waste separation is part of a system that includes reuse, composting, regular collection, recycling, and safe disposal

 

When we segregate waste, it reduces the amount of waste that reaches landfills, thereby taking up less space. Pollution of air and water can be considerably reduced when hazardous waste is separated and treated separately. 

 

Organic Waste Converter is an easy to use Decentralized Waste Management System to turn large amounts of organic waste such as kitchen waste, garden waste, food processing waste etc. into compost.

 

our technician or operator will perform below day-to-day maintenance,

The composting process involves microorganisms feeding on organic material and consuming oxygen. The process generates heat, drives off moisture, and reduces bulky organic waste into a beneficial soil-like material containing nutrients, humus and microorganisms in just a few months

  • Choose Your Type of Backyard Compost Bin.

You can use either an open pile or a compost bin. Bins have the advantage of being neat, keeping animals out and preserving heat. You can purchase compost bins from a variety of garden and home stores, or you can build your own compost bin.The size and type of bin you purchase or build will depend on how much compostable material you generate.

  • Choose Your Composter Location.

You should choose a location which is flat, well-drained and sunny. Most importantly you should find a convenient location. If it is in the back of your yard will you be willing to trudge through the snow to get to it in the middle of winter

  • Alternate Layers.

Start with a layer of course materials (like twigs) to allow for drainage and aeration. Cover this layer with leaves. Then simply alternate between layers of greens materials (nitrogen-rich material) and browns (carbon-rich material).

  • Add Kitchen and Yard Waste as They Accumulate.

Collect your kitchen compostables in a container in your kitchen. Find a handy place to store this container container – on the counter, under the sink or in the freezer. When it is full, empty its contents into the compost bin.

Whenever you add food scraps or yard waste, be sure to top it with a layer of browns. If you do not add browns, your compost will be wet and break down more slowly. If possible, collect and store dry leaves in an old garbage in the fall so you can use them in your compost year round.

Depending on the type of compost bin or pile you have chosen there may be specific ways of adding and maintaining compost. Most of the composters you purchase come with instructions; follow these instructions for best results.

  • Continue to Add Layers Until Your Bin is Full.

The bin contents/pile will shrink as it begins to decompose

  • Maintain Your Compost Bin.

To get finished compost more quickly, check your compost bin and make sure the following conditions are met:

When you add fresh material, be sure to mix it in with the lower layers.
Materials should be as wet as a rung-out sponge. Add dry materials or water – whichever is needed – to reach this moisture level.
Mix or turn the compost once a week to help the breakdown process and eliminate odour.

 

  • Harvest Your Compost.

Finished compost will be dark, crumbly and smell like earth. You should be able to have finished compost within four to six months of starting your bin.

The finished compost will end up at the top of the bin or compost pile. Remove all the finished compost from the bin, leaving unfinished materials in the bin to continue decomposing. Be sure the decomposition process is complete before you use your compost; otherwise, microbes in the compost could take nitrogen from the soil and harm plant growth.

 

  • Use Your Compost!

Sprinkle your lawn a few times a year.

Use your compost as top dressing for flower beds and at the base of trees and shrubs.

Mix compost in with garden and flower bed soil.

Use as a soil conditioner when planting or transplanting trees, flowers and shrubs by filling the hole with half compost and half soil.

Make ‘compost tea.' Fill cheesecloth or an old pillowcase with 1 litre of compost. Tie the top and 'steep' the bag overnight in a garbage can filled with water. This 'tea' can be used to water plants and gardens.

Diesel generator(DG)

The best diesel generator maintenance practice is following the maintenance schedule provided by the generator manufacturer to ensure maximum service time for the generator and proper operation when it is called upon to provide power.

Our technician or operator will perform below day-to-day maintenance, 

  1. Lubrication Service

  2. Cooling System

  3. Fuel System

  4. Testing Batteries

  5. Routine Engine Exercise

  6. Keep your Diesel Generator Clean

  7. Exhaust system inspection

Common Manufacturer Inspections guidelines for diesel generators are below,

  1. Disconnect generator batteries.

  2. Drain the fuel system and change fuel filters.

  3. Drain coolant and change coolant filters.

  4. Replace air filters.

  5. Ensure all intake and exhaust ports are covered.

  6. Disconnect all generator supply connections.

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