Johkasou in Japanese language means, Purification Tank. Johkasou products are domestic
wastewater treatment systems or Sewage Treatment Plants.
Daiki Axis Japanese Packaged STP (Johkasou), made in 100% FRP, is a
Combination of Aerobic & anaerobic treatment on sewage at single shot, with entire treatment
housed in a single FRP capsule.
A ready to install STP delivers performance confirming to the global
discharged norms with minimum 50% Energy saving compared to conventional Plants. These
products come in a modular construction and can be installed in such manner that open space
gets utilised in a better way.
The plant can be installed above or below the ground. The treated water can be
further used for gardening, flushing, cooling towers etc. We have models starting from 1 KLD
to 50 KLD, modules can be combined to increase the capacities.
Treated Water by Johkasou-Decentralized Sewage Treatment Plant can use for Several
The main purpose of Daiki Axis Johkasou is to treat wastewater and make it fit for discharge
to normal environment or it to be used for non-potable applications. Standard johkasou
systems are not advised to be used as industrial waste water treatment systems.
Using recycled water for such applications reduces reliance on increasingly
scarce fresh water. It can also minimize groundwater usage and reduce discharges of treated
wastewater into rivers and oceans.
The World is Running Out of Water!!
By 2030, the global population will reach nine billion and the world will require 40 percent
more water than it does today. Climate change, increase in demand and lack of cohesive
working is making the situation even worst. At the same time, water will continue to be
central to all economic activities and economic growth will put further pressure on this
already scarce resource. Without an adequate water supply, meeting basic needs and achieving
sustainable economic growth as envisaged will not be possible.
Water in India is a Core Socioeconomic Challenge!!
India is the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people. By 2030, water
demand in India will grow to almost 1.5 trillion m³, driven by domestic demand for rice,
wheat, and sugar for a growing population, a large proportion of which is moving toward a
middle-class diet. Planned Socioeconomic development and industrialization will only add to
this demand. Against this demand, India’s current water supply is approximately 740 billion
This problem along with depleting ground water tables, poor water quality and the health of
all the rivers and the water bodies make the situation very scary, as a result, this would
be one of the biggest challenge India will have to overcome for meeting aspiration of its
people for eliminating poverty through sustained growth. As is, 600 million people in India
face high to extreme water stress. Since time immemorial, human civilizations have thrived
along the river banks. But focus on economic development has put pressure on our natural
environment including, the water resources. Unfortunately, the water bodies today have been
converted into dumping areas for human, animal and industrial wastes.
As a result of the recent change in government at the national level, there is
a strong focus on developing innovative, cost-effective, and decentralized local
demand-side-driven solutions for water-use efficiency and effluent treatment.
Reusing recycled sewage water provides a great opportunity. Unlike other
measure sewage as a resource has very predictable supply and input quality feature hence it
is a great tool not only for reducing demand for drawing more fresh water but solving
pollution and sanitation challenges faced by India.
Our current approach of developing large centralised treatment plants based on
network of pipe lines has several limitations for further development to be used as the back
bone of water recycle and reuse system. These solutions require long term planning,
execution and large investments, hence have low viability in large part of the country.
Decentralised STPs on the other hand can be much more flexible, cost and time efficient and
have very high scalability. These products are ideal for Localised treatment and reuse of
sewage water for local applications.
India can draw a leaf out of the experience of Japan, which has been deploying
such solutions successfully for last 60 years through JOHKASOU concept and Technology. The
country has developed a very robust framework of standardised Policies, Technologies,
Product and People certification systems to make it part of regular development.
Water is shared resource hence shared responsibility for stakeholders across government,
private sector, and civil society and time to change is now!
Water is the most important commodity for life to sustain.
Since it is limited
in availability, its conservation, preservation, recycle and reuse becomes vital. Apart
Agriculture, water is used majorly in industries and by the society in general on a
Almost all the water that is being let out as waste from
building services and
as effluents from industries can be recycled and reused. Today, the technology is so
advanced that apart from using treated water for flushing, gardening, cooling towers and
washing, it can be made perfectly potable and hence can be used as pure drinking water.
In association with Daiki Axis of Japan, Sukruta
brings to you the latest and
the best technology on packaged sewage and effluent treatment plants, offering the most
important and required luxury of saving in space with low footprint. This can be
with both over the ground or underground installation options which will be low in
electrical loads hence low on power. This impacts the opex costs positively by reducing
operational and maintenance costs for the clients.