Nowadays ultrafiltration (UF) technology is also available, but the question is, to which extent and how cost effectively can it address the SWRO pretreatment need. Hence, the question is to which extent do market needs and technology capabilities match.

The Leopold Clari-DAF system is a proven, highly effective method of removing turbidity, insoluble metals (iron, manganese, arsenic), algae, color, taste and odor, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, and other low-density particulates from water. Its peformance is superior to gravity sedimentation in providing consistent quality effluent, producing consistently high sludge solids, and operating at high loading rates-results that can lower the total cost of operation.

More than 500 plants around the globe have so far been equipped with the patented technology and the projects that rely on this German-made ultrafiltration technology are steadily increasing in size and spreading across the world.

Company will spend . 400 crore on capital expenditure in FY12
Thermax is scouting overseas to buy a company worth up to $100 million in industrial waste water treatment space, said Managing Director MS Unnikrishnan. "Our target market for water treatment projects in India is worth . 4,000-4,500 crore. Within this, the industrial waste water market would be worth around . 1,500 crore.

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Water production at the Chandrawal and Wazirabad water treatment plants was resumed on Wednesday after the ammonia levels in the Yamuna were restored to the permissible levels.

This document provides guidance for managing water supplies in buildings where people may drink water and use water for food preparation; wash, shower, swim or use water for other recreational activities; or be exposed to aerosols produced by water-using devices, such as cooling towers. It is intended to be a useful resource for training and information material.

 

The State government is in the process of framing a policy for the reuse of treated waste water, Minister for Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board Suresh Kumar has said.

During an inspection of the BWSSB water treatment unit at Hebbal on Tuesday, Suresh Kumar said the officials of the Board had prepared a policy on the reutilisation of waste water.

After missing several deadlines, long pending concretisation of Munak canal is finally completed. Completion of this canal will now ensure uninterrupted additional 80 mgd water supply to the Capital.

Heavy metals are one of the prominent sources of pollution in industrial wastewater and excessive presence of these metals is causing severe health and environmental problems.

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