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We are leaders in ZLD
A A pioneer of water treatment in India with a legacy spanning over five decades, Ion Exchange (India) Ltd. is recognised internationally as a premier company in water and environment management.
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.
Eliminating toxic chemicals, the ZDHC way
ZDHC may sound like Latin and Greek to some, but to eco-conscious industries and citizens, this acronym for The Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals is a Foundation registered in Amsterdam, that puts all its efforts into a mission of eliminating,etc.
Our CRP has always been in demand & will continue to do so
For the past 40 years or so, Unitop Aquacare has been in the forerunner in recovery from waste. Currently, the company provides a wide range of products including caustic recovery plant (CRP), multi effect evaporation plant, agitated thin film dryer, crystalliser, and stripping column.
LANXESS adds new module to LewaPlus software
LANXESS, a specialty chemicals company, has announced addition to its LewaPlus software suite of reverse osmosis (RO) and ion exchange (IX) system dimensioning capabilities.
Dow India is Product Innovator of the Year
At the recently-concluded FICCI India Chem Awards, Dow India emerged as the Product Innovator of the year in the Chemical Industry for its high performing innovation – DOW FILMTEC FORTILIFE. The award is the highest accolade given in the Chemical Sector category.
TN to revive Tirupur dyeing industry
The Tamil Nadu Government has sanctioned Rs 200 crore to Tirupur dyeing industry, which was on the verge of closure due to severe financial crisis, arising out of their huge investments in the first ever Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) projects in the country.
Is India ZED-Ready
If the textile industry in India does not achieve zero effluent discharge (ZED) in the next few years, it will not only affect the socio-economic environment but also even export to countries where “green label” is now becoming mandatory, reveal Joseph S and Karthik M.
Zero effluent discharge (ZED): It is a drive that has been happening only in fits and starts in India. When the present Indian government initiated a draft regulation only a few months ago, which will make ZLD (zero liquid discharge) mandatory for textile units having waste water discharge of more than 25 KLD (kiloliters per day), the pollution issue surfaced again.