How To Start a RO Water Plant • A reverse osmosis water plant business can be profitable and feasible but its success can’t be guaranteed unless you start it right. If you are planning to start your own RO water plant, here are a few things that you need to know and consider. • With the continuous growth of the population around the world, many people these days are suffering from potable water scarcity. Locating potential land-based water reservoirs is quite challenging. Fortunately, more and more businesses are now getting interested in jumping into the mineral water production arena to help meet the world’s growing demand for drinking water.
While putting up a reverse osmosis water plant is one of the most profitable and feasible projects you can try, the success of your new venture can’t still be guaranteed. Unless otherwise, you start it right. Starting the process right and being aware of all the different aspects you need to consider (e.g. RO plant cost, RO plant process, and RO plant installation) will give you a better edge and a higher chance to succeed. • Are you planning to start your own RO water plant, too? If so, here are a few things that you need to know and consider.
Pre-Start RO Plant Process Water analysis • Before putting up an RO plant, you need to verify first if all pre-treatment systems work according to their specified specifications. You also need to perform a water sample analysis. By having your water source checked, you can be able to know the quality of the water, determine the contaminants that are present in the sample, and understand what is and what is not in the water. Knowing all these things allows you to know if it is enough to use reverse osmosis alone for mineral water production or if you need to incorporate other treatment methods.
Market research • This stage also includes conducting market research. Through market research, you can be able to identify and understand your potential market or customers, know their expectations, and eventually create appropriate marketing strategies to capture their interest, build trust, and meet their expectations. • Conducting market research prior to building a new RO plant can also help you gauge your market and determine potential success rate, thus, minimizing risks when making critical business decisions.
Start-up Process Business plan • The start-up process usually starts with creating a feasible business plan. This plan will serve as your guide as you go through all the phases of your business. Seminar and training • If you are new to this kind of business, it would be best to undergo necessary training or seminar first. This will give you a more comprehensive and in-depth insight about the business.
Licenses and certifications Before the RO Plant installation, you also need to secure the necessary certifications and licenses. Depending on your location, and local and state law, you may need the following certifications and licenses: • Plant registration • GST registration • Feedwater test report • Pest control certificate • Pollution control certificate • ISI certification • Trademark registration certificate
Machinery • The machinery you will need greatly depends on the scope and size of your water plant. Machinery also varies according to functions, capacity, and features. You can choose an automatic mineral water system with a 1000 L/hour purification capacity or perhaps a semi-automatic water system with 2000L/hours capacity. This also includes the machinery you need for packing and bottling. You can check with your RO water plant system manufacturer to know what’s available in your area.
Storage location • Another important matter that you need to deal with is identifying a good storage location. Where are you going to store your raw water, and where are you going to keep your purified water and finished products? These should be clearly identified beforehand.
Containers • You will also need to choose the containers for your purified water. The size of the container depends on how you want to sell your water in the market. Should it be per gallon, per 1liter bottle, or in different sizes? It is also important to contact container suppliers to ensure that you will not run out of containers in between your operations.
RO Plant Cost • The RO plant cost varies according to the size of the plant you intend to put up and the extent of your business. However, the start-up cost will likely include but not limited to items like: • Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant • Storage tanks • Lab Equipment • Pumping motors • Micron Filter • Chlorination Tank • UV Disinfectant System • Alum Treatment Tanks
Sand Filter & Carbon Filter • Ozone Generator • Water Sterilizers and Dispensers • Purified water tank • Raw water tank • Water Filling Machines • Bottle Wrapping Machine • Electronic Doser for Alum and Chlorine • Miscellaneous Tools • A bottled water plant business offers extremely high profit margins with a 50% to 200% normal profit margin. However, to be able to start and open up a new bottled water plant you will need to shell out a huge amount for the capital.
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