Scalable technologies for Waste Water Treatment can enhance possibilities for the future


Water is life… And this is the prime reason why advance technologies in the realm of waste water treatment and fresh water management have become one of the fundamental pillars behind the foundation of green sustainable urban cities. Since its inception, Life Green Systems has been focusing on innovative technologies to recharge ground water, to mitigate flood water and to treat effectively waste water.  The LGS expert team firmly believes that certainly wastewater industry faces many new challenges that complicate near- and long-term planning decisions of other industry stakeholders.

Ever-increasing energy costs, trace organic compounds, finite resources, water conservation, and inexorably more stringent regulations, must all be considered before investing in major facility improvements like implementing in-house waste water treatment plant. Despite the fact that the future is uncertain, inclusions of strategic implementations like pros and cons of waste water technology and feasibility of the waste water treatment technology for future should be considered during the selection of waste water technology. This can help companies across the globe to define the boundaries of generating minimal effluent water or to adapt scalable technologies for waste water treatment.

With the constant research and development in waste water industry, Life Green Systems would be able to define how your company can achieve your effluent treatment goals or how a community can get benefitted out of sewage treatment. It makes the difference as a whole. Indeed, with changing time, the future might bring more flexibility in terms of newer water treatment technologies. Futurists figure out that the significant trends in the future have their seeds in the present. On this basis, sewage water treatment and effluent treatment technologies will evolve to address five major trends in wastewater treatment:

1) Nutrient removal and recovery,

2) Trace organic compounds,

3) Energy conservation and production,

4) Sustainability,

5) Community engagement.

However, the road to success has been long and arduous… And assuming about the future of wastewater treatment technologies will not be wise at this time.  Life Green Systems believes on the concept of constant changing with the time and delivering the first best alternative solution to our clients. Waste water business has been one of the dynamic trends to shape up the future green sustainable cities. The future will be formed by the constant research and development that are being anticipated and that will surely impact the future in ways that are impossible to foresee. Notwithstanding, we, at Life Green Systems believes in observing  the trends and strengths forming current waste water technologies like membrane process, filtration or sedimentation, and utilizing this learning to innovate or implement waste water approach for favorable future conditions, can result in better insights into what might occur.


Dire need to get geared up for the future and implement the actions in the present.

We, at Life Green Systems understand that there is a huge demand from the industries to find unique technology to treat wastewater or to reuse waste water.

Many farmers in water scarce developing countries irrigate with wastewater because:

  • It is the only water source available for irrigation year-round
  • Wastewater irrigation reduces the need for purchasing fertilizer
  • Wastewater irrigation involves less energy cost if the alternative clean water source is deep groundwater
  • Wastewater enables farmers in peri-urban areas to produce high-value vegetables for sale in local markets.

The statistics are stark.

Globally, two million tons of sewage, industrial and agricultural waste is discharged into the world’s waterways and at least 1.8 million children under five years-old die every year from water related disease, or one every 20 seconds. You will be surprised to know that, “of 181 countries studied, only 55 have information on three key aspects of wastewater: generation, treatment, and reuse. Another 69 countries have data on one or two aspects, 57 countries show no information on any aspect.” This kind of unawareness about waste water is indeed an alarming situation for the world. Somebody has to blow the whistle of innovation.