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The rise of ZLD in India
Wastewater management is crucial to attain sustainability at all levels. How do you rate India in this aspect compared to some countries in Europe and Asia, from your experience and perspectives? How can one compare the effluent management practices in India with other developing countries.
Sludge drying: HUBER shows the greenest way!
Around 15 years back, India embarked on its journey towards Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) for industrial units. Though ZLD units seemed far-fetched in the early days, today India has set an example for the world by successfully implementing ZLD projects in many States.
Tirupur was the first industrial cluster to implement ZLD in India
Tamilnadu Water Investment Company Limited (TWIC) is a pioneering developer of water/waste water projects in India. Promoted by Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Limited (54 per cent) and Government of Tamil Nadu (46 per cent). Over the last few years, TWIC has been in the forefront of a number of initiatives both in the urban water space as well management of industrial effluent.
Total water cycle management with EcoAxis
In the water and wastewater treatment industry there is a constant demand on water suppliers, OEMs, O&M operators, and users to maximise output (both in terms of quantity and quality), maintain process parameters at an optimum level, achieve high availability, and to maximise plant life while reducing operating costs such as manpower, consumables, and energy.
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