Research & Innovation

Research and Innovation on a consistent basis form the cornerstone for the steady growth of any business. It is through the analysis of this valuable databank that a company can stay ahead and enable business growth.

Advanced sampling-analysis, treatment process design and optimization are the foundations on which successful waste water treatment plants and processes are designed. We possess reaction kinetics study capability for complex waste, industrial as well domestic; reactors for simulating plants running on anaerobic and aerobic schemes as well as bench scale.

Treatability Studies:

Conducting treatability studies for either effluent or waste water has always been the backbone for the success of any process design. Treatability studies for various types of effluent from industries such as petrochemicals, dyes and pigments, food processing, chemical, pharmaceuticals, pesticides and also complex composite waste from different industries have been successfully carried out to clients’ satisfaction. Oxive’s focus is on how to economize the new or existing treatment system and to evolve a better system keeping to meet client requirements.

Pilot Plants:

Oxive’s professional experience includes developing bench-scale models derived from the treatability studies conducted. Depending upon the bench-scale study model, a basic and detailed engineering package is worked out which then leads to the development of a pilot plant. After studying the pilot operations the plant can be scaled up to actual or larger facilities. Piloting of various technologies has been carried out at our R&D with the development of various pilot units. Continuous innovative research is done through integration of various technologies, which not only provides treatment solutions but equally focuses on resource recovery thus leading to the net zero concept

An overview of the various Pilot Plants by the Oxive team is as follows.

  • Automated variable filtration technology.
  • New Urban sanitation system through electrocoagulation method.
  • Biomethanation of kitchen/organic waste.
  • Integration of New urban sanitation system with AVF/MBR technology with resource recovery.