Kurita’s Water and Environment Event ™

Feb. 1, 2023
Exploring Sustainable Solutions to Optimize Your Facility - March 22, 2023, 10:00 AM CDT or 2:00 PM CDT
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Webinar Summary

Sustainability, and, Corporate Social Responsibility, (CSR) are high priorities and global initiatives for many companies due to mounting environmental challenges and regulatory compliance. This is especially true in the water industry because customers are looking for effective solutions that solve operational concerns while meeting sustainability goals and positively impacting society.

On World Water Day (March 22, 2023), Kurita America will host an exclusive event dedicated to sustainable solutions that can be implemented throughout your facility from water-in to water-out. During this event, you will learn about technology-based solutions that can significantly reduce water, waste, CO2 generation, and energy costs while optimizing your operation. These solutions are identified as products or technologies that create shared value (CSV) for customers and society.

During this session, you will learn about ,water reuse, and ,sustainable technologies, that positively impact your bottom line.

Keynote Speakers: Tina Berg, 3M Director of Sustainability Operations and Anila Prabu, VP Global Sustainability, 3M Health Care

  • Kuriverter® IK-110 for reverse osmosis (RO) membrane systems reduces chemical cleaning costs, electricity demand and membrane and/or cartridge filters replacement frequency.
  • DReeM Polymer™ for boilers provides significant fuel efficiency improvement through on-line scale removal.
  • Cetamine® for boilers offers complete plant protection through a formation of hydrophobic film to improve heat transfers and reduce CO2 generation.
  • Cooling Tower Blowdown Recovery (CTBR) combines chemistries, equipment, and services for cooling tower blowdown for reuse as tower make-up, significantly lowering the fresh water needed for cooling.
  • S.sensing® CS immediately reacts to changing influent water quality, ensuring optimal chemical dosing rates and stable effluent water quality. The result is reduced chemical use and less waste disposal.

Additional details to be announced.

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