Water is an integral part of the mining and metal production process. Large quantities of water are required in sufficiently high quality for all areas of mine operations from exploration, mining, processing, smelting and refining. The requirement to provide treated raw water through to water reuse.
Much like stormwater, reuse water is fast becoming a commodity of sorts as Communities and Companies search for more cost-effective approaches to meet their water needs. As demand for this resource increases, so does the need to maintain a higher standard of water quality whether in open reservoirs or enclosed storage tanks. GridBee® / SolarBee® has vast experience making water better across nearly all applications and we can help you meet your needs for reuse water too.
Fresh water is increasingly expensive and the pressure grows on the available water supplies as the world population grows and the climate changes. Alternatives for the water balance in factories are eagerly sought after. Besides the higher costs for fresh water, the costs for discharging water go up as well. Reusing wastewater kills two birds with one stone: it reduces fresh water intake and the discharge of wastewater.
Especially in the food industry large volumes of water are consumed. This process water is often discharged directly or discharged after passing a wastewater treatment station. Due to the increasing costs of (process)water companies try to reduce the water consumption mainly through reuse. An important aspect of this development is to comply with the high water quality standards.