Areas Added Wherein Shivalik Solid Waste Management Ltd. is providing Services
Hazardous Waste Management
- Treatment, Storage & Disposal Facility:Authorized agency for handling of Hazardous Waste found fit for the landfill.
- Multiple Effect Evaporator:For the treatment of Leachate and RO reject water having high Total Dissolved Solids(TDS).
- Empty Used Drums: Authorized agency from HPSPCB for Handling, cleaning & disposal of Hazardous/Non- Hazardous chemical drums in Scientific manner.
- Waste Oil/ Used Oil, Paint Sludge:Authorized agency from HPSPCB for Collection Storage Transportation of Used Oil/ Waste Oil & paint sludge and send to the CPCB authorized Recycler/Refiner.
- Used Lead Acid Batteries :Authorize agency from HPSPCB for Collection Storage and Transportation of Used Lead Acid Batteries and send to CPCB authorized Recycler.
Integrated Environmental Services
Shivalik Solid Waste Management Limited offers a unique range of expertise in the sustainable management of water resources. This expertise is backed by state-of-the-art technology and covers a complete array of solutions to meet the needs of individuals and industries.
Shivalik Solid Waste Management is a global leader in the science, engineering, and construction of sustainable water and wastewater solutions, applying our proven understanding of regulatory requirements and financial options. Our water and wastewater treatment specialists combine their expertise in design and operation of biological and physical / chemical processes to meet our client’s needs for effective, efficient treatment facilities.
We offer our Clients the specialist individual attention and solutions required by an ever-changing project environment. Our hands-on engineers regularly perform process audits, comprehensive performance evaluations, and plant optimization. We provide a full suite of integrated water and wastewater engineering and construction services from the planning phase through to start-up of water and wastewater treatment facilities, as well as facility upgrades. We offer our clients the latest technology (MBBR), components and service in the field of water and Waste Water management.
- Designing, Engineering, Supplying, Erection & Commissioning of Water & Waste Water Treatment Plant's i.e. Sewage treatment plants, Effluent treatment plants, Reverse osmosis water system, Evaporator, Multiple Effect Evaporator, APCD's (All types of Wet Scrubbers), Water Softening plant, Chemical dozing system, Zero Liquid discharge plant, R.O Spares, Parts & Components, etc...
- All type of Fabrication Works i.e. Annual Maintenance Contracts also;
- Preparation of FeasibilityReport of ETP’s&STP’s.
- Preparation of Detailed Project Report of TSDF, CETP, CBMWTF, CMSWF etc.
“Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a statutory requirement for most developmental and industrial activities in our country. Its purpose is to identify, examine, assess and evaluate the likely and probable impacts of a proposed project on the environment and, thereby, to work out remedial action plans to minimize adverse impact on the environment.”
- Mining of minerals;
- River Valley, Hydel, Drainage and Irrigation projects;
- Thermal power plants; Metallurgical industries;
- Pesticides industry and pesticide specific intermediates;
- Common hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDFs);
- Biomedical Waste Treatment Facilities
- Building and large construction projects including shopping malls, multiplexes, commercial complexes, housing estates, hospitals, institutions
- Townships and Area development projects.
- Oil & Gas transportation pipeline (crude & refinery/ petrochemical products) passing through national parks/ sanctuaries/ coral reefs/ ecological sensitive areas including LNG Terminal.
- Metallurgical Industries (ferrous & non-ferrous)- both primary & secondary.
- Isolated storage & handling of Hazardous chemicals (As per threshold planning quantity indicated in column 3 of schedule 2 & 3 of MSIHC Rules 1989 amended 2000)
- Synthetic organic chemicals industry (dyes & dye intermediates; bulk drugs and intermediates excluding drug formulations; synthetic rubbers; basic organic chemicals, other synthetic organic chemicals and chemical intermediates)
Waste to Energy
Present waste disposal methods are land-filling, incineration, composting and anaerobic digestion. Among these options anaerobic digestion is energy efficient as well as environment friendly. But multitude of operational difficulties is associated with conventional anaerobic digesters and hence it did not receive much acceptance from users. Therefore, we are introducing a field tested, innovative world class high rate anaerobic digester for efficient and safe garbage disposal.
The realization has come at a slower pace but it is better late than never. Since nothing new can be created in this world and while existing energy sources are getting depleted at alarmingly rapid rate, we must use every available resource judiciously. There are enough natural agencies, which are too keen to help us in this endeavour. Science has revealed these tools and we must use their potential to achieve the urgent call of nature "CLEAN ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL, INCLUDING NATURE ITSELF".
Then what is biogas? It is a combustible gas mixture comprising around 60% methane and 40% carbon dioxide, that is formed when organic materials, such as animal (and human) dung or vegetable matter are broken down by microbiological activity at warm temperatures (30 – 40°C or 50 – 60°C) in an anaerobic environment, that is methanization.
Anaerobic digestion has a defined process flow that consists of four distinct phases.
1. Pre-Treatment: In pre-treatment, wastes may be processed, separated, or mixed to ensure that they will decompose in the digester.
2. Digestion: During digestion, waste products are broken down by bacteria and biogas is produced and collected.
3. Biogas Processing: Biogas produced is either combusted or upgraded and then used to displace fossil fuels. During upgrading, scrubbers, membranes or other means are used to remove impurities and carbon dioxide (CO2) from biogas.
4. Reuse or disposal of solid digested waste: Digested waste has a high nutrient content and can be used as fertilizer so long as it is free of pathogens or toxins, or it can be composted to further enhance nutrient content.