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The one character among many that make Keerthi Nirmal stand apart is its most innovative and state of the art manufacturing unit. Integration of modern rice machines alongside traditional processes make our plant one of the best in the industry. We take great pain to keep abreast with the changing technology in paddy processing and hygiene and quickly implement advanced techniques to benefit our esteemed clients.

Another feature to highlight is our very stringent quality check and measures throughout the process line to ensure seamless production and process integrity. Not a grain of rice leaves our facility without undergoing all quality checks that have been incorporated in our facility. Thus we vouch for 100% quality on all our products to customers worldwide.

Effluent Treatment plant

Parboiled rice is one of the most popular rice products, making it about 50% of the total paddy production. The process of parboiling involves soaking, steaming and drying. Conventional parboiled production generally requires a large amount of water for the soaking of the paddy. The soak water is drained off to recover the paddy.

The modern rice mills discharge large quantities of soak water, and the organic material (Chemical Oxygen Demand COD) in the soak water causes water pollution. The main dissolved constituent of the soak water is organic matter, measured as chemical oxygen demand (COD) and silica dissolved from the husk.

Galaxy Environ implemented an Effluent Treatment plant at Keerthi Rice mill with the critical treatment step as Biological Anaerobic treatment, followed by chemical treatment to meet the discharge criteria. The technology is licensed from CSIR-NIIST, a central government-funded research institute located in Trivandrum.

Water Treatment Plant

Water treatment is the process that improves the quality of water by removing contaminants and undesirable components or reduces their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its desired end-use.

Biogas Plant

Biogas is a type of biofuel that is naturally produced from the decomposition of organic waste. Biogas plants are growing in popularity throughout rural areas for their use as a free renewable energy source. Not only does this system provide energy, but it also recycles waste, improves public hygiene and controls pollution. The biogas produced from this can be used instead of gasoline and other fuels to generate electricity.

Rain Water Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation and storage of rainwater for reuse on-site rather than allowing it to run off. The harvested water can also be used as drinking water and groundwater recharge. Rainwater harvesting is one of the simplest and oldest self-supply methods for households usually financed by the user.