|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Capacity (KLD)||500 KLD|
|Inlet Flow Rate(m3/day)||500 m3/day|
|Treatment Technology||Membrane Bioreactor(MBR)|
|Material Of Construction||Stainless Steel|
|Water Source||Industrial Effluent|
|Deliver Type||PAN India|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|Air Blower Power||0.25 kW|
|Water Pump Power||0.5 kW|
|Treatment Stages||Preliminary Treatment, Primary Treatment, Secondary Treatment|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Processing System||Salt Separation|
Zero liquid discharge (ZLD) is an engineering approach to water treatment where all water is recovered and contaminants are reduced to solid waste. While many water treatment processes attempt to maximize recovery of freshwater and minimize waste, ZLD is the most demanding target since the cost and challenges of recovery increase as the wastewater gets more concentrated. Salinity, scaling compounds, and organics all increase in concentration, which adds costs associated with managing these increases. ZLD is achieved by stringing together water treatment technology that can treat wastewater as the contaminants are concentrated.
There are a number of benefits to targeting zero liquid discharge for an industrial process or facility:
Lowered waste volumes decrease the cost associated with waste management.
Recycle water on site, lowering water acquisition costs and risk. Recycling on-site can also result in less treatment needs, versus treating to meet stringent environmental discharge standards.
Reduce trucks associated with off-site wastewater disposal, and their associated greenhouse gas impact and community road incident risk.
Improved environmental performance, and regulatory risk profile for future permitting.
Some processes may recover valuable resources, for example ammonium sulfate fertilizer or sodium chloride salt for ice melting.