Key factors can help determine if a zero liquid discharge (ZLD) program is right for your industrial operation.
The range of food products presents different wastewater challenges. Examples include: fruits and vegetables for canning and preserving, fish, meat and poultry, dairy products, and fats and oils.
Manufacturers can address the common treatment requirement of removing heavy metals from industrial wastewater through two methods: precipitation and ultrafiltration.
Energy costs are a major driver for water conservation in industries such as food and beverage, iron and steel production, and automotive manufacturing.
For industrial wastewater discharge permits, document management and retention — electronic or hard copy — is critical.
For industrial users that depend on surface water, options for handling harmful algal blooms range from stemming them at the source to advanced treatment processes.
Monitoring and treatment strategies can help address, prevent and remediate biofouling in industrial cooling water systems.
More efficient and cost-effective reverse osmosis technology offers a new solution to brine management challenges for industrial water.