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Industrial Waste Water Based on Different Industries & Contaminants

Author: Svaar Process
by Svaar Process
Posted: Oct 29, 2020
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Wastewater evaporation systems offer the simplest and most effective solutions for minimizing the storage and disposal of wastewater for zero discharge operations. Industrial wastewater evaporation is a time-tested method for reducing the water portion of water-based wastes. In its simplest form, the evaporator converts the water portion of water-based wastes to water vapor, while leaving the higher boiling contaminants behind. These wastewater solutions greatly minimize the amount of waste that needs to be hauled off-site.

Industrial Waste Water Evaporation Plant is a major contributor to the pollution of the water environment. There are many types of industrial wastewater based on different industries and contaminants; each region produces its own specific combination of pollutants. The petrochemical industry is rich in phenols and mineral oils. Various constituents get added in water after its use and water becomes wastewater. Wastewater treatment processes remove those constituents as organics, solids, heavy metals etc. Wastewater include mainly industrial wastewater and domestic sewage. Wastewater treatment plants are designed using a combination of physical, chemical and biological processes, so that treated water could be discharged in the environment or reused further.

Zero Liquid Discharge Plant

Industrial waste water is one of the important pollutants in the pollution of the water environment. There are many types of industrial waste water based on different industries and contaminants; each sector produces its own particular combination of pollutants. The petrochemical industry discharges a lot of phenols and mineral oils. Also waste water from food processing plants is high in suspended solids and organic material. Generally, industrial wastewater can be divided into two types: inorganic industrial wastewater and organic industrial wastewater.

Inorganic Industrial Waste Water

Inorganic industrial waste water is produced mainly in the coal and steel industry, in the nonmetallic minerals industry, and in commercial enterprises and industries for the surface processing of metals (iron picking works and electroplating plants). This waste water contains a large proportion of suspended matter.

Organic Industrial Waste water

Organic industrial waste water contains organic industrial waste flow from those chemical industries and large –scale chemical works, which mainly use organic substances for chemical reactions. Most organic industrial waste water is produced by the following industries and plants:

Tanneries and Leather Factories

Textile Factories

Cellulose and Paper Manufacturing Plant

Oil Refining Industries

Brewery and Fermentation Industries

Metal Processing Industries

Advanteges of Wastewater Evaporation Plants

Standardized and modular units.

Different reliable heat transfer technologies and sizes to fit better your needs.

Low Energy Consumption.

High Automatization.

Remote Control Modem.

Different manufacturing materials to treat even the most aggressive effluents.

Custom made evaporator solutions.

Waste water evaporators are widely appreciated by our clients due to their compact design, low building cost and continuous operations. Our evaporators are widely used to evaporate the waste water generated from Industry having processing of water in their plant. Waste water evaporation plants can recover almost 95% of the water in the form of clear condensate from the effluent. Contentment of our existing customer expresses our commitment and excellence which made SVAAR an emerging star in today’s rapidly growing and adapting market.

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