The Coronavirus or the COVID-19 has led to a global health crisis.
The Hindu festival of Holi is one of the biggest and vibrant festivals celebrated in India. It’s a celebration of love, triumph of good over evil, welcoming the season of spring and colours.
The initial effects of climate change are always expressed through the water. Global organisations such as the World Bank describe the current water situation as excessive, contaminated and sparse.
Industrial effluents are liquid wastes which are produced in the course of industrial activities. As most of it gets discharged into nearby river sources, it is the major source of natural water pollution.
All those industrial facilities which release wastewater as a byproduct of their manufacturing process require some type of treatment system. As, an improper discharge can lead to potential harm to the environment, people and including the manufacturing process of the industry.
Having just 4% of the world’s water resources and despite hosting 17% of the world’s population, India generates 61,754 million litres of sewage on a daily basis out of which it has the capacity to treat just 22,963 million litres per day.
The amount of water retention and usage in the textile industry is huge; from cleaning of raw material to the flushing steps in the production process. The wastewater that is then generated, needs to be filtered free from fat, oil, colour and other chemicals, after which it can be reused in different stages of production. Every enterprise generates different kinds of wastewater.
The food manufacturing wastewater contains high concentrations of several organic compounds. The wastewater resulted from a series of processes (cleaning, cutting, slicing, washing, frying, salting, coating and packing) is one of the significant source of environmental pollution if not treated properly.
The quantity of wastewater and its quality depends on the grade and quality of the paper handled, the degree and type of treatment given to it. Let’s take a look at the characteristics and process of wastewater treatment in pulp and paper industry
In the pharmaceutical production plant, there are various methods of wastewater treatment that include aerobic / anaerobic treatment, reverse osmosis, multimedia / carbon filtration, evaporation etc. Through these processes, the water is treated, recycled, reused or released out in the environment, to meet the norms of the government or ward off the problem of water scarcity.
Paint can be conceptualized as a film or a layer of polymer to protect, signal and illuminate, and embellish the subject on which it is applied. This polymeric compound is formed by elements such as resin, pigments, fillers, solvents and additives.
With Rochem India, our clients have the convenience of choosing from a range customized wastewater treatment/re-cycle solutions as per their needs. Rochem India has been serving the automobile industry for more than a decade. The ETP – RO plant by Rochem India is all that the industry needs to successfully & efficiently treat the wastewater!
The Plate and Tube membrane in wastewater filtration process incorporates Plate and Tube Reverse Osmosis technology. It is specially designed for difficult and high concentration wastewater treatment with exceptional stability and high performance. The anatomy of PTRO membrane makes the wastewater treatment highly efficient with its plate and frame structure.