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wastewater recycling industrial Applications

  • Wastewater Recycling

    TIGG’s activated carbon wastewater systems allow industry to meet environmental effluent requirements and discharge directly to POTWs or permitted surface waters. In some cases TIGG’s systems are used to recycle wastewater for non potable water applications to lessen demand on local water resources.

    By TIGG, LLC based in Oakdale, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Biological wastewater processes for pulp and paper industries

    Wastewater treatment processes considered for this industry must address industry specific nuances like slug discharges of pulp, stormwater runoff and air emissions for compounds such as total reduced sulfur (TRS)

    By Biowater Technology based in Cumberland, RHODE ISLAND (USA).

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    Wastewater treatment for the paper industry

    Separation of the paper pulp in the recycling process of the waste water, and recuperation and recirculation of the residual currents.

    By Toro Equipment S.L. based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.

  • Wastewater treatment for the food industry

    Companies in the food industry need large amounts of water – as an ingredient of their products, but also – in large amounts – for the production process and for the cleaning of raw materials, machines and equipment. Water cleans, washes and is processed. Using this essential resource carefully helps to reduce costs. The biological wastewater treatment process by DAS Environmental Expert enables companies to recycle usage water and therefore lower overall consumption.

    By DAS Environmental Expert GmbH based in Dresden, GERMANY.

  • Industrial water Copper removal and recovery

    Pure copper is soft and malleable; a freshly exposed surface has a reddish-orange color. It is used as a conductor of heat and electricity, a building material, and a constituent of various metal alloys. Recycling is a major source of copper in the modern world. A combination of economic and regulatory factors are now at work to make metal recycle and water reuse very attractive.

    By PuriTech Ltd based in Herentals, BELGIUM.

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    Water treatment chemicals for the steel and coke industry

    The many production facilities within the steel industry, e.g. the blast furnace, converter, continuous caster, hot and cold strip mills and the coke oven plant require immense quantities of water for the cooling circuits and for gas scrubbing. During the last few years, the majority of steel plants have managed to significantly reduce freshwater usage per ton of steel through water recycling and process optimization. However, the high water quality standards required for the water circuits and regulations for waste water remain unchanged, resulting in an increased demand for professional water treatment.

    By Kurita based in Ludwigshafen, GERMANY.

  • CeraQ - Ceramic Membrane Modules

    QUA’s CeraQ ceramic membrane modules are designed for challenging water and wastewater applications. The CeraQ modules consist of 3.5 mm ID ceramic tubular elements potted into bundles for various surface area requirements. The module is capable of removing virus, bacteria, colloidal matter, submicron or micron sized suspended particles, oil and organics from a wide range of fluids, including drinking water and industrial wastewater to economically meet variety of treatment objectives or to recycle and reuse wastewater. One of CeraQ's applications is that drinking water filtration for removal of bacteria/virus. achieves 10-log bacteria and 4-log virus removal.

    By QUA Group LLC based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Water treatment research for microelectronics industry

    As devices get smaller and the fabrication plants get larger, the purity of the water required for ultrapure water systems increases. In terms of water reuse, the industry has relatively conservative attitudes towards recycling water for ultrapure water applications, but wastewater is treated and reused for cooling and other less critical purposes. Besides semiconductors, two other silicon-based sectors of the microelectronics industry need large volumes of highly pure water: flat panel displays (FPD) and photovoltaics (PV). Although, both sectors are in the process of maturing we anticipate that the increasing complexity of FPD and PV devices will create demand for even higher purity water.

    By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.

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