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Wastewater treatment in textile wet processing
Textile wastewater is one of the most polluted wastewaters due to high chemical oxygen demand (COD) concentration, strong colour, high pH and temperature, and low biodegradability. These effluents can exhibit serious environmental problems and public health concerns if improperly disposed.
Safety and Sustainability in the Textile Industry
Anuj Bhagwati, Head of A.T.E. Group emphasises the importance of safety and sustainability in a post-pandemic world and shares thoughts on the need for sustainable development for a better future.
The rise of ZLD in India!
Installing zero liquid discharge (ZLD) technology is beneficial for the plant’s water management; encouraging close monitoring of water usage, avoiding wastage and promotes recycling by conventional and far less expensive solutions.
India has to wake up to sustainable products
Dollar Industries, one of the leading brands in the hosiery sector with an enviable 15 per cent market share and a good percentage in textile exports of the total production in the Indian hosiery market, has a 1000 kilolitre zero liquid discharge (ZLD) effluent treatment plant to treat water for captive use and correspondingly reduce its reliance on municipal sources.Vinod Kumar Gupta, Managing Director, Dollar Industries, speaks on its ZLD plant set up and wastewater treatment and technologies in India.
New method cuts overall cost for ZLD wastewater treatment
In this review, water recovery using MLD is maximised using spiral wound ultra-high pressure reverse osmosis elements (UHP RO) (i.e., elements designed to operate at feed pressures up to 120 bar) to efficiently desalinate hypersaline brines.
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